The management of the Liverpool club exploded in the face of the English Football Association due to the suffering of its Egyptian star Mohamed Salah in arbitration this season.
A letter sent by Liverpool to the Football Association reads: “Against a controversial decision for which a Tottenham player was not penalized during Liverpool’s 4-3 victory over Tottenham Hotspur last month, after how Ben Davis pulled Salah out of his shirt, but referee Paul Tierney didn’t make a decision.” No action against the Welshman, then Tottenham went to the other end of the field and scored a goal.
And the letter continued: Liverpool responded immediately to Tottenham’s goal, leading to controversial post-match comments from (Liverpool manager) Klopp regarding referee Turney, with the Reds manager fined £75,000 and The FA banned him on the sideline. for two matches because of his remarks.”
Referring to these incidents, the FA responded with a statement: “A communication has been received from Liverpool explaining the club’s view of Salah being treated unfairly by several arbitration awards during the season, especially from Terni.”
The FA added: “Liverpool have noted the fact that the team has been making a number of questionable decisions and this, according to the club, has led to a certain sensitivity towards Tierney.”