Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder fined for sandwich rant

Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder (56) has been fined 11,500 pound for remarks he made about match officials
following his side’s Premier League defeat by Crystal Palace last month.

Wilder was upset with decisions during the 3-2 loss and his post-match comments intimated that officials were
more likely to give decisions against the Yorkshire club.

He also accused a referee’s assistant of being disrespectful for continuing to eat a sandwich while Wilder tried
to talk to referee Tony Harrington after the game.Read More

Wilder was charged with a breach of Rule E3.1 in relation to his post-match comments that the FA alleged constituted ‘improper conduct in that they implied bias/or attacked the integrity of the referee, or referees generally and/or bring the game into disrepute’.

An FA statement said Wilder had accepted his charge and that an independent regulatory commission had imposed the fine.

Wilder’s anger was sparked after his goalkeeper Ivo Grbic was forced off with concussion after a collision with Palace’s Jean-Philippe Mateta who did not receive a yellow card.

“It’s yet another ridiculous performance from the referee. I was told by a Premier League referee, who’s as honest as the day is long, ‘Get ready, because every tight decision will go against you, every 50-50 will go against you'”, Wilder said in his post-match press conference.

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