Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish has told manager Neil Warnock to quell his continued criticism of match officials, as he feels it can have a negative effect on the club, reports Sky
“Neil’s brilliant. From a communications point of view, he’s the easiest manager I’ve ever had to chat to. (But) I don’t think (he) should complain about referees. I’ve told him that. I don’t think it helps us with matches. I don’t think a manager should do anything other than try to help his club,” he said.
The Eagles boss found himself fined £9000 and warned of future conduct after comments made about referee Craig Pawson in Crystal Palace’s 2-1 defeat to Chelsea. Warnock, 65, has a long history of criticising match officials, but risks landing himself in hot water if he continues.
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