Swansea boss Monk stands by Moses cheat claims

Swansea boss Monk stands by Moses cheat claims

January 6, 2020 mmvxljhp 0

first_img1 Swansea manager Garry Monk stands by the controversial comments about Stoke winger Victor Moses he made following the Jacks’ 2-1 defeat at the Britannia Stadium on Sunday.Monk was contacted by the Football Association on Thursday to “seek his observations” after he claimed the on-loan Chelsea flyer cheated to win a penalty for the Potters’ equaliser, and also criticised referee Michael Oliver for making a “disgusting” decision to award the spot-kick.The FA has yet to decide whether to take disciplinary action against Monk, who has until October 27 to reply, but the Swansea manager said his views have not changed since last weekend.“I’m happy to give them observations and I will do that,” Monk said, speaking at his press conference ahead of Saturday’s home game against Leicester.“What I’ll say will be between me and authorities but I will speak honestly about how I felt at the time and what I said.“They’ll want to go over it and go through correct procedures, which is fine, but I stand by my comments because it was plain to see for everyone.“I spoke about how I felt at the time in terms of Victor Moses and the situation and everyone will have their own judgements.“But it was clear for me to see and I stand by my comments.” Swansea manager Garry Monk last_img

 

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