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Everton boss, Frank Lampard charged by the FA for accusing referee Stuart Attwell of favouring big teams

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Everton boss, Frank Lampard has been charged by the FA following his feedback after his facet’s defeat within the Merseyside derby final month.

 

Lampard had claimed Liverpool would have been awarded a spot-kick had Mohamed Salah gone down like Anthony Gordon within the match towards Liverpool. 

 

Gordon, who had been booked for diving within the first half at Anfield, fell throughout a problem with Joel Matip, however referee Stuart Attwell neither awarded a penalty nor issued a second yellow card.

 

Lampard mentioned in his post-match interview: ‘It’s a penalty for me. You do not get them right here. If that was Mo Salah on the different finish he will get a penalty. I am not making an attempt to create battle; it is simply the fact of soccer.

 

‘I’ve performed in groups within the high half of the league – you get them. That was a penalty for positive. It is a clear foul.’

 

The Toffees subsequently contacted the Skilled Recreation Match Officers Board (PGMOL) for a second time this season with issues over the choice.

 

The FA has taken exception to these feedback, citing an implication of ‘bias and/or assault(ing) the integrity of the match referee or referees typically’.

 

An FA assertion learn: ‘Frank Lampard has been charged with a breach of FA Rule E3 in relation to post-match media feedback that he made following Everton FC’s Premier League match towards Liverpool FC on Sunday 24 April.

 

‘It’s alleged the supervisor’s feedback represent improper conduct as they suggest bias and/or assault the integrity of the match referee – or referees typically – and/or deliver the sport into disrepute opposite to FA Rule E3.1.

 

‘Frank Lampard has till Monday 9 Could 2022 to offer a response.’

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