West Ham’s Sam Allardyce is charged canada goose coat 1000 bulbs garland by FA over criticism of referee
The West Ham manager, Sam Allardyce canada goose sale, has been charged with misconduct over comments made to the media following the FA Cup third round replay against Manchester United, the Football Association has announced.
Allardyce reacted angrily to Phil Dowd’s decision to award Manchester United a penalty for handball after West Ham were denied one for a similar offence by Rafael da Silva. West Ham lost the match 1-0 to a Wayne Rooney goal, but the England striker missed berlin film festival ends canada goose jacket sponsorship amid the chance to add a second from the penalty spot. United were authentic canada goose outlet online awarded the spot-kick after Jordan Spence handled canada goose coat $5000 no credit check signature loans the ball in similar fashion to Rafael before the break.
Speaking on ITV after the match, a furious Allardyce said: canada goose coat $5000 no credit check signature loans “There’s no doubt about the difference between Rafael’s handball and Jordan Spence’s. Spence plays for West Ham and the away team, while Rafael plays for the home side at Old Trafford … You see it time and time again at Old Trafford.”
Later in his press conference, Allardyce continued his complaint, saying: “He couldn’t find the courage to give it unfortunately, and he then went down the other best canada goose coat for women end and canada goose coat 1000 bulbs coupon there was a very similar incident with Jordan Spence and it was given. That is a very big disappointment for me – the lack of consistency in that canada goose coat 1000 bulbs garland area.”
He continued: amazon canada goose jacket “I think you have to have courage to play here and to referee here. But why are you a professional referee or player? To come to these places to do your job, and do it to anyone has got canada goose coat the best of your ability. Phil Dowd is a hugely experienced referee and one of the top ones in this country, but today I have to say he did get it wrong.”
Allardyce has until Wednesday 23 January to respond to the charge. The FA’s statement read: “The charge is in relation to an alleged breach of FA Rule E3 concerning media comments which questioned the integrity of the match referee and/or match officials in general and/or implied that the match referee and/or match officials in general are motivated by bias and/or brought the game into disrepute.”