Thomas Tuchel remarks on Anthony Taylor the referee who was incharge of Chelsea and Tottenham match gets him in hot soup

Posted on August 23, 2022

The Football Association (FA) has charged Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel for remarks he made regarding referee Anthony Taylor during his team's contentious 2-2 draw with Tottenham.


The German advocated against Taylor officiating Chelsea games going forward.


Prior to this match, Tuchel was given a one-game touchline suspension and a £35,000 fine for his altercation with Antonio Conte, the manager of Tottenham.


To answer the charge, the 48-year-old has until Thursday, August 25.




Tuchel's remarks "questioned the integrity of the match referee," according to an FA statement.


According to FA Rule E3.1, it is alleged that the manager's remarks in the post-game news conference constituted improper conduct.


"The suggest prejudice and/or call into doubt the match referee's integrity."