Liverpool manager Graeme Souness was set to be reported to the English FA after allegedly swearing at a linesman at Selhurst Park. Referee Roger Dilkes asked Souness to leave the bench during the 1-1 draw against Crystal Palace and afterwards, the official admitted that the incident would be “subject of a report to the football association”
Souness was not happy with some of the incidents in the game, which included a disallowed goal by Ian Rush which would have put Liverpool 2-0 ahead and an alleged push on Liverpool goalkeeper David James at the corner from which Chris Armstrong equalized.
Graeme Souness said “He saw it his way, I saw it the other. He calls the shots, all we can do is go back on the bus thinking what might have been. If I can’t ask a linesman about an incident in which I thought there was a push, that’s not very good.”
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