Manchester United have been fined £82,000 after the FA charged their players for being too harsh on referees against Newcastle United and Chelsea last month
. Fined £45,000 for the game against Newcastle and fined £37,000 for the game against Chelsea, the
Manchester United protested Craig Pawson after he failed to give Chris a goal. Stiano Ronaldo in the draw against Newcastle, as they claimed the “Salikadong” player had already taken a free-kick.
A week later, United’s players protested Stuart Attwell’s decision to award a penalty when Scott McTominay fouled A. Armando Broya
Erik ten Hag said after the Newcastle game that their players were not protesting too hard.
in an orderly fashion” was brought in October.
Manager Erik ten Hag also went straight to Pawson at the final whistle, and said afterwards: “I don’t have a comment. I shared that with them. Everyone has seen it.”
The following week, Chelsea were awarded a penalty when Scott McTominay was judged to have shoved Armando Broja to the ground and players surrounded referee Stuart Attwell.
“I don’t think it’s too heavy. It wasn’t aggressive but I couldn’t see exactly what was going on on the pitch, I was too far away. I saw
it in the video instead. And they went and asked the judges about that. I want to say that we always accept the referee’s decision. The UFABET report
” That’s an interesting moment. My view is that you have to accept the referee’s decision quickly, there’s VAR, you have to accept it and keep playing.”