SEAN DYCHE finds the decision not to ban Mo Salah “bizarre” and shows that football “allows” simulation.
The Burnley boss says he is a lone voice in the fight against diving and wants high-profile pundits to target cheats.
Getty Images3 Dean Dyche reckons it is 'bizarre' that Mo Salah was not charged by the FA
Salah won a penalty in Liverpool’s 4-0 win over Newcastle on Boxing Day, with many claiming he went down far too easily.
Dyche said: “The Salah one is bizarre, in terms of how the FA decides it doesn’t fall into its criteria.
“Name me a sport where simulation is allowed — I don’t know any other.
“I don’t know where the game’s at with it. I’m a lone voice.