Liverpool Expresses Displeasure to FA Regarding Salah Incident

    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.”

    Source: agencies

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