A livid David Moyes is in utter disbelief at Tomas Soucek’s purple card throughout West Ham’s draw at Fulham.
The Craven Cottage conflict was uneventful till stoppage-time the place referee Mike Dean had a have a look at an incident involving Soucek and Aleksandar Mitrovic on the pitchside monitor.
Replays present Soucek’s elbow join with Mitrovic’s face, nonetheless, it seemed to be unintended with the Fulham ahead showing to defend his opponent.
However that’s not the best way referee Mike Dean or video assistant referee Lee Mason noticed it and the person within the center dismissed the Hammers midfielder from the sphere of play.
The choice has been met with agency opposition however none extra in order that West Ham boss Moyes, who’s amazed the officers didn’t see it as an accident.
He instructed talkSPORT: “I’m embarrassed for the folks in VAR and the referees who’ve made that call.
“The 2 gents concerned, Mike Dean and Lee Mason, are much better referees than that and have been much better referees.
“I’m amazed they hadn’t seen that as something aside from an accident. What can I say? It’s fully unintended, no malice. He tried to maintain him away however catches him by chance.”
West Ham are going through the prospect of being with out certainly one of their star gamers for the subsequent three matches, until they make a profitable attraction towards the choice.
However Moyes steered the membership wouldn’t try and get the purple card rescinded.
On whether or not West Ham would attraction, Moyes added: “I don’t know. You don’t win many appeals, do you?
“They’re at all times developing with an excuse why the scenario occurred. I imagine the 2 referees concerned and that’s not like them to make that call.
“I’m amazed VAR even requested to take a look at it. However you’ve requested me six questions on it and I’ve answered all of them and it simply reveals everybody’s extra within the refereeing choices than the soccer.”