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The FA decides to punish Solskjaer and Shaw after the Chelsea match remarks


 The FA decides to punish Solskjaer and Shaw after the Chelsea match remarks

The Football Association made the decision regarding Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and player Luke Shaw, after their comments yesterday following the Chelsea match.

Stamford Bridge hosted the two teams' match in the twenty-sixth round, in which they tied goalless.

The match witnessed an arbitration controversy after the referee refused to award a penalty kick in favor of Manchester United, despite the presence of a handball on Chelsea player Callum Hudson-Odoi.

Luke Shaw said after the match that Maguire had told him that referee Stuart Atwell had informed him that he had refused to award a penalty kick to Manchester United for fear of a fuss after the match.

Solskjaer also made statements after the match in which he confirmed that the referees were affected by external things, which makes them overlook the calculation of correct penalties for his team.

According to the English "manchestereveningnews" network, the English Football Association decided not to punish Solskjaer and Shaw for their aforementioned statements.

The Football Association may impose sanctions on players and coaches for statements indicating bias or attacking the integrity of the match officials.

Despite this, FA officials believed that Solskjaer's and Shaw's statements did not violate the stipulated rules, and thus would not be punished.

 Manchester United determines the sale price of Lingard for West Ham

English press reports revealed that Manchester United had set the price of selling player Jesse Lingard permanently in favor of West Ham.

Lingard moved to West Ham in this year's transfer season, on loan from Manchester United until the end of the season.

The English player is no longer part of coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's plans at Old Trafford.

Despite this, Manchester United preferred to loan Lingard to West Ham rather than permanently last month.

Manchester United refused to include the permanent purchase clause in Lingard's loan deal for West Ham

According to the English newspaper "The Sun", Manchester United set the selling price for Lingard in preparation for his permanent departure to West Ham in the Mercato next summer.

She explained that Manchester United had set the sale price of the 28-year-old at at least 20 million pounds.

It is reported that Lingard scored 3 goals and scored two goals in 5 matches with West Ham.