The Sweden worldwide was charged after declaring Brentford’s draw with Leeds was a ‘theft from the referee’
Leeds United defender Pontus Jansson has appeared to hit out at the Football Association after they decided in direction of charging Charlie Austin for suggestions he made after Southampton’s match in direction of Watford.
The Saints have been held to a 1-1 draw by the Hertfordshire membership closing weekend, and Austin was furious at full-time as a strike of his – which could have put Southampton two targets ahead – was dominated out by the officers.
Maya Yoshida was in an offside place and was deemed to have interfered with Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster when Austin fired off his shot, and the Hornets pegged Southampton once more to protected a share of the spoils.
In a television interview held after the match, Austin vented his frustration.
“It’s ridiculous, they shouldn’t be in the game,” he talked about.
“We scored a wonderfully good function that was dominated out for offside. The officers worth us two elements. They talked about it was offside, that could possibly be a joke.
“People go on about VAR, they clearly need help. If this is the best, most-watched league in the world then give them all the help they need. It’s a joke.”
It has since been launched Austin escaped an FA price for his outburst – though this has not been greeted with pleasure from all people.
Jansson was charged by the FA earlier this season for blasting the officers after Leeds’ 1-1 draw with Brentford.
When requested how he felt, Jansson talked about keep on Sky Sports: “Nothing, it feels s**t to be fair.”
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He was reminded of his duties not to swear on television, nonetheless Jansson replied: “I don’t care man.
“This is a robbery from the referee so it feels bad.”
The defender was lastly handed a one-match ban for his suggestions, and the FA’s selection to not price Austin has not gone down properly with the Sweden worldwide.
Taking to his Twitter account, Jansson appeared to take a swipe at the Football Association in a social media message finding out: “some people can, some can’t!”
As of however, there was no indication apropos the FA’s response to Jansson’s submit.