Everton manager Frank Lampard charged by FA for Anfield bias comments

Frank Lampard has actually been charged by the FA for ‘bringing the video game into disrepute’ after he declared Liverpool take advantage of a refereeing predisposition throughout video games at Anfield.

Lampard made the remarks after his Everton side slipped to a 2-0 defeat versus their bitter competitors last month thanks to second-half objectives from Andy Robertson and Divock Origi.

During the video game, Anthony Gordon was not granted a charge after hitting Joel Matip in package, a choice which infuriated Lampard.

“Well it’s a penalty in the second half. You don’t get them here. If it’s Mo Salah at the other end, it’s a penalty,” he stated at the time.

He likewise included: “The ref was quick to whip a yellow card and when the little stuff went off in the middle of pitch and if you look back at that with VAR, there’s some questionable things going on in that, too. Maybe that’s to be expected when you come here.”

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