The FA's thought on Solskajaer and Shaw's comments
By Mandaline13 | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 9 views
If you watched the draw match (0-0), between Manchester United and Chelsea on Sunday, 28th February.
Then you'd probably know that the United's-boss Gunnar Solskajaer and the left-back player Luke Shaw criticised the officiating referee 'Stuart Attwell' since he refused to give a penalty in favour of United, after Callum Hudson-Odoi committed an apparent handball inside the box.
After the comments were made, fans were certain that the Football Association was going to take actions, but the FA does not consider it's rules and regulations to be breached by any of the comments.
Solskajaer, was furious as the officials refused to award his team a penalty-kick even after the VAR was included.
Meanwhile, Shaw, thought that the Manchester United's captain Harry Maguire was told by the referee that a penalty would not be given, because it would cause "a lot of talk". But Manchester United have clarified that Luke Shaw misheard the conversation.
What do you think, should Manchester United have gotten a penalty-kick?
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