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Brighton and Hove Albion boss Roberto de Zerbi may face punishment from the English Football Association (FA) after criticizing the performance of referees.

The Italian trainer was unhappy with John Brook and Andy Madeley, the fourth referee. After Mahmoud Dahoud was shown a straight red card. Which was the turning point causing Brighton to draw only 1-1 with Sheffield United. On Sunday,

De Zerbi’s comments risked punishing him, according to The Sun , which has now revealed the FA is investigating.

Roberto De Zerbi was speaking. After he was book and Mahmoud Dahoud was sent off in Brighton’s draw. With Sheff Utd; Italian admitted Dahoud deserved red but said: “I don’t like 80 per cent of England’s referees”; De Zerbi also said he does not understand VAR in Premier League. http://ufabet999.com

Some insiders of England’s professional football refereeing committee (PGMOL) felt De Zerbi’s comments had gone too far. And action is need. Whether it’s a fine or even a ban.

This season there have been frequent discussions about referees and VAR, with Arsenal and Newcastle United’s games having problems for the winning goal of “Salika Dong” while Mauricio

Pochetti No has apologized to Anthony Taylor and Craig Pawson for his reaction after Chelsea’s home draw with Manchester City.