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Harry warned but no charge
Spurs boss escapes formal charge after comments on Nani goal
Harry Redknapp has been warned after his comments following the controversial Nani goal but no formal action will be taken against him. download betting software .
The FA confirmed its decision on Tuesday, although the Spurs boss has been warned to be mindful of future comments.
The governing body also confirmed its decision was not made based on what Redknapp said on Monday when he threatened a post-match TV boycott in future if he was charged. online bookmakers .
The decision by the FA comes following Redknapp’s comments after Nani’s controversial goal in the Manchester United’s 2-0 win at Old Trafford on Saturday. Online Sports Betting
Spurs boss Redknapp branded it a ‘scandalous decision’ after referee Mark Clattenburg allowed the United winger’s late effort to stand.
Nani rolled the ball into the net while Spurs goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes believed he was preparing to take a free-kick.
After consulting with his assistant, Clattenburg allowed the goal to stand, but Redknapp instead believed Nani should have been booked for handball and could not understand why the referee had not given the visitors a free-kick.
Clattenburg rejected a penalty appeal from Nani as he tumbled in the area and indicated Spurs should play on, but Gomes mistakenly believed a free-kick had been awarded.
After the game, Redknapp also claimed the officials would “come up with a story that will make it all look right, that’s what happens”.