Wed 17 February 2021 | 16:47

Lambert talks about the incidents in their match against Northampton

Ipswich Town’s boss says that FA should do something about Drysdale’s behavior.

Ipswich Town’s

head coach

Paul Lambert

asks FA to step in and do something about the referee that started arguing with Ipswich’s player after disagreeing with his decision.

"I think the apology is very soft - it's easy to say sorry after the event,"

Lambert told

Sky Sports News

. "What happened was incredible, I've never seen that, for a referee to go head-to-head with a player.

"He had to get pulled away by the Northampton players and at that time he's out of control. What would have happened to Alan Judge if he'd done that to the referee? He'd have been looking at a six-month ban, a one-year ban and a massive fine.

"I think the FA have got to have a look at it and I think they'll say they can't defend him. They've got to look at the whole incident really strongly because you can't let things like that happen. I'm hoping the FA will do the right thing.

"The players couldn't believe it. I think they were taken aback by it. They must have seen something close at hand which sparked that and for me that's the key thing. I asked the referee afterwards and asked if he put his head on my player and he told me to get away."

source: SportMob


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