FA charged Ralph Hasenhuttl with two breaches of Rule E3

Thu 14 October 2021 | 22:08

The FA has charged Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl with two breaches of Rule E3 because of his comments about video assistant referee Mike Dean after their 1-3 defeat against Chelsea.



James Ward-Prowse

was first shown a yellow card by referee Martin Atkinson for a late tackle on Jorginho in their 1-3 defeat against


on October 2, but it was upgraded to red after video assistant referee

Mike Dean

told his colleague to review the incident on the pitchside monitor.

Southampton manager

Ralph Hasenhuttl

was unhappy about the decision and is now charged with two breaches of Rule E3 by the

Football Association

over his comments.

An FA statement read:

"It is alleged that comments made by the manager during two post-match interviews constitute improper conduct in that they questioned the integrity of the VAR match official and/or implied bias and/or bring the game into disrepute.”

Hasenhuttl can respond until Tuesday.

Ward-Prowse was sent-off in the 77th minute of the game, with the score at 1-1, before Chelsea scored two more goals against 10 men.

source: SportMob

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