Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel and Tottenham Hotspur boss Antonio Conte risk penalties for ‘inappropriate behaviour’ after a shower at Stamford Bridge.
On Monday evening, the British Football Association (FA) reported that the two managers had now been charged in the Football Association’s judicial body and risked being penalized. Violate the appropriate code of conduct. They have until Thursday to provide their explanations.
Tuchel is also under investigation by the Football Association for comments regarding referee Anthony Taylor after the 2-2 draw against Tottenham Hotspur, according to the BBC.
Among other things, the German stated that referee Anthony Taylor should not referee Chelsea matches in the future. to me the athlete This has long been an opinion among Chelsea fans and within the club, without ever being publicly reported.
– It doesn’t just apply to fans. “I can assure you that the whole dressing room thinks the same,” Tuchel said during the post-match press conference.
Hear what Tuchel had to say after the 2-2 draw with Tottenham.
And Antonio Conte, coach of Tuchel and Tottenham, was shown a red card after they quarreled over each other after the end of the match. Tuchel is likely to watch the next match against Leeds from the stands.
“I can’t lead the team, but the referee can judge the next game,” said Tuchel, who hinted that Taylor should also get a break from refereeing.
The German also answered in the affirmative when asked if Chelsea’s players are concerned when Taylor is appointed for their matches.
See why the Chelsea camp thought the 2-2 draw should have been turned.
The Chelsea camp believes none of Spurs’ goals should have stood. The score came 2-2 in extra time after a set piece as Tottenham’s Christian Romero stumbled on Marc Cucurella. Crime has no consequences.
Frankly, we have VAR technology to help them make the right decisions. Since when can players pull each other’s hair? Since when? Before continuing, Tuchel said:
– I haven’t seen him, but we have video referees who are supposed to investigate and then see him, how is he not given a free kick and a red card? How is that possible? Tuchel asked dejectedly.
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Henry Winter, a journalist for The Times, praises Tuchel’s commitment and coaching skills, but thinks the German goes too far in his statements.
– He has a point about Taylor who made two poor decisions on Sunday. Winter said on Twitter that referees’ standards needed improvement, but Tuchel overstepped his bounds when he accused Taylor of bias and that a misconduct charge was inevitable.
The football journalist believes such statements are harmful in terms of recruiting referees into grassroots football.
Along with (Michael) Oliver, Taylor is the best referee. He is respected by UEFA and FIFA, and will referee the World Cup. Winter writes that Tuchel’s criticism of Taylor hurt all judges.
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