Everton boss Moyes has dig at FA disciplinary panel

Everton boss David Moyes has labeled officials at Soho Square as "a law unto themselves".

Everton boss David Moyes has labeled officials at Soho Square as "a law unto themselves".

Moyes was fined £5,000 earlier this week after admitting his outburst at referee Alan Wiley during Everton’s 3-2 win at Stoke City back in September amounted to improper conduct.

"I pleaded guilty in my situation but the panel agreed the referee was wrong and that I shouldn’t have been sent off for the decision but I still got found guilty so there you go," he told the Liverpool Daily Post.

"Do I think that the fine was right? I don’t think it was right, no, because I wouldn’t have been sent off but for the decision which the referee made in the box and the board agreed that the referee made a poor decision.

"But I still get sent off and fined for it so there is something not right. Two wrongs don’t make a right and I think that’s what they tried to do there.

"They are a law unto themselves aren’t they?. They make their own rules, they bring their own people in on the panels and make their own decisions so it is very difficult."

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