Chelsea coach, Thomas Tuchel charged by FA following comments on referee Anthony Taylor after Tottenham draw

England football governing body, FA has reportedly charged Thomas Tuchel for improper conduct for his comments about referee Anthony Taylor after Chelsea’s 2-2 fierce draw against Tottenham last weekend, Newspremises reports.

The Chelsea manager, take a swipe at Talyor following some decisions he made during the Premier League encounter and agreeing with the suggestion from some Blues’ supporters that ‘maybe it would be better’ if he did not take charge of the Stamford Bridge club again.

The German tactician also disclosed that some of the club’s supporters think Taylor has made some bad decisions against Chelsea in the past and that his players are worried when he is in control of one of their games.

Tuchel insisted last week:

“I want to make it very clear I did not attack his integrity.”

But the FA has opted to take action after reviewing his comments with Tuchel having until Thursday to respond to the charge.

Announcing the charge for his comments about Taylor, an FA statement said:

“Thomas Tuchel has been charged with a breach of FA Rule E3 in relation to comments that he made after Chelsea FC’s Premier League match against Tottenham Hotspur FC on Sunday 14 August 2022.

“It is alleged that the manager’s comments in his post-match press conference constitute improper conduct as contrary to FA Rule E3.1 they imply bias and/or question the integrity of the match referee, and/or bring the game into disrepute.

“Thomas Tuchel has until Thursday 25 August 2022 to provide a response to this charge.”

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