Aston Villa have disciplined three members of their first first-team squad for their part in a nightclub fracas during the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Midfielders Fabien Delph and Chris Herd and central defender James Collins were involved in the incident hours after the club had held their annual awards ceremony at Villa Park.
The incident occurred at 2.45am - just five days before relegation-threatened Villa's crucial home game against Tottenham.
All three players have apologised via a club statement.
It is understood Delph has been dealt with more leniently by Villa as he was acting as a peacemaker.
Villa, in a club statement, confirmed: "The club dealt with this matter internally on Tuesday and the players in question have been disciplined.
"The fines are being split between two charities the club are promoting at the game against Spurs on Sunday - Cure Leukaemia and Anthony Nolan.
"Our players attended the club's end-of-season dinner on Monday night and training on Tuesday was limited to players who did not start in Saturday's Barclays Premier League game against West Bromwich Albion and those not carrying injuries.
"As a club, the players, management and fans are completely focused on Sunday's game against Spurs at Villa Park."
Villa manager Alex McLeish is certain to face questions on the matter when he addresses the media this lunchtime ahead of the Tottenham game.
Welsh international Collins said: "I'm sorry for what has happened and I take responsibility for my actions.
"It does not show me in a very good light and does not put the club in a very good light.
"I know I should not have been out in a club with my wife after the end-of-season dinner at that time in the morning and I was wrong to be in that position.