Wolves boss McCarthy in amazing attack on FA: I want YOUR opinions!

Wolves boss Mick McCarthy has launched a furious attack on the FA over Nenad Milijas' ban.

Wolves boss Mick McCarthy has launched a furious attack on the FA over Nenad Milijas' ban.

McCarthy played a video of the challenge on Mikel Arteta in yesterday's Press conference — and challenged journalists to find fault.

Just one said the FA were right.

That prompted a 36-minute tirade against a call which sees Milijas miss the crunch against Bolton today plus two more games.

McCarthy played a Ronald Zubar tackle on Arteta before the Milijas incident.

He said: "I want YOUR opinions. That's unusual, isn't it?

"I've no complaint about Arteta. He's just let Milijas slide in. But does ANYONE think it's a sending-off?"

After his one challenger, he continued: "If ever there is a picture of someone getting the ball, that's it. Look, 99 per cent I've spoken to have said he shouldn't have gone.

"I don't think referee Stuart Attwell can see it. I think he has guessed at it.

"They let off Conor Sammon and a lad at Northampton. What is it? Can they not let off too many in one day?

"If I was showing kids how to slide tackle I'd show them this."

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