Lampard condemned for his words on Mohamed Salah

London: The English Football Association has condemned Everton manager Frank Lampard for his statements after his team faced his neighbor Liverpool in the “Merseyside derby” in the 34th round of the “Premier League”, and the FA stated in an official statement: “Frank Lampard was accused of violating Federation regulations in following the comments of media made after the Everton-Liverpool match on Sunday 24 April. “He added:” These comments are inappropriate behavior in what bias or attacks on the integrity of the referee of the match or on the referees imply in general “. The statement concluded:” You will have until Monday 9 May to present your response. On this accusation, Lampard had objected, in press conference after the game, at Everton’s missed penalty, claiming that there was an Error committed against its player Anthony Gordon, claiming that the referee would have referred to a penalty kick if the same incident had happened with Mohamed Salah, the star of the “Reds”. Interestingly, Liverpool won the Merseyside Derby with two goals. (agencies)