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The FA will take no action against Chelsea boss Luiz Felipe Scolari over his highly-charged post-match comments following the 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Arsenal.

Scolari was upset at the award of the Gunners' equaliser, which was netted by Robin van Persie from a clearly offside position, feeling that he was owed an apology from the match officials responsible.

The Brazilian fumed: "Have you ever heard me speak about referees any time in the games I have been here?

"Never, in 15 in the Premier League, four in the Champions League, the Carling Cup, I have not said anything, but this is different.

"I do not want the referee to make something different - I want only after tomorrow that he looks at the television, that the referee and the linesman see they are wrong and they say 'sorry'.
Do you think if was Fergie the F.A Would have had a different opinion?

Keen on Fella's
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Natalie said:
couse they would
shows reputation goes 1st with the fa
generally the fa are a bunch of incompetent fools, but in fairness they got this one right.
scolari has been very respectful towards officials since he arrived at chavski, he has a clean record , i dont think he did anything wrong.
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