FA decline to take action against Norwich midfielder Snodgrass

Norwich midfielder Robert Snodgrass will not face disciplinary action for his criticism on Twitter of referee Mark Clattenburg for awarding a second-minute penalty to West Ham in the 2-1 defeat.

Norwich midfielder Robert Snodgrass will not face disciplinary action for his criticism on Twitter of referee Mark Clattenburg for awarding a second-minute penalty to West Ham in the 2-1 defeat.

The 25 year old later tweeted: "The referee kills the game. If that's a pen you will need to give 100 pens a season, small decisions change games."

The FA confirmed there will be no action against Snodgrass - players and managers can criticise refereeing decisions so long as they do not imply any bias.

 

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