TITLE

Ref Taylor in apology to Jose over gaffe

AUTHOR(S)
NEIL ASHTON
PUB. DATE
December 2014
SOURCE
Daily Mail;12/30/2014, p80
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
BLUNDER referee Anthony Taylor apologised to Jose Mourinho for failing to award a penalty when Cesc Fabregas was tripped at Southampton on Sunday. It has emerged that Taylor, who instead booked Fabregas for diving in the 1-1 draw, said sorry to the Chelsea boss before both had left St Mary's. Mourinho claimed afterwards the official would be 'ashamed' of his decision and went on to say that a campaign had been started against his Chelsea players after the latest allegation that they are prone to cheating. It is unusual for an official to offer his apologies to a manager so soon after a game, even though they are allowed to discuss decisions after a 30-minute 'cooling off period'. Mourinho is clearly attempting to shield his players from criticism after a number of them were accused of diving in recent weeks.
ACCESSION #
100150232

 

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