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Sport Aguero 'will face no retrospective action' for grabbing assistant ref

14:10  18 october  2020
14:10  18 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Aguero went unpunished after grabbing assistant referee Sian Massey-Ellis on the shoulderCredit: Sky Sports. The assistant referee was then seen putting her hand up to move Aguero away from But Aguero will not be punished retrospectively after the FA revealed no formal action was required.

Yeah will be retrospective , if she puts in a complaint. In this case, since the assistant referee did not alert the referee, he would not have noticed the weight of it. It's frustration with Aguero because other players have been carded for less contact with officials and frustration with Massey-Ellis for not

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Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero 'will face no retrospective action' for grabbing shoulder of assistant referee Sian Massey-Ellis during Arsenal win, according to the Guardian.

The Argentine was arguing a throw-in decision given to Arsenal when he put his hand on her shoulder.

Pep Guardiola defended Aguero, insisting the striker's action was clearly not aggressive. The City boss said: 'Come on guys, Sergio is the nicest person I have met in my life. Look for problems in other situations, not in this one.'

a woman playing a game on the court: Sergio Aguero will not face retrospective action after grabbing the shoulder of assistant ref © Provided by Daily Mail Sergio Aguero will not face retrospective action after grabbing the shoulder of assistant ref a person standing next to a football ball: The Man City forward complained to Sian Massey-Ellis over a throw-in decision © Provided by Daily Mail The Man City forward complained to Sian Massey-Ellis over a throw-in decision

Not everyone agreed with Guardiola, however, as Match of the Day pundit Ian Wright branded Aguero's actions 'unnecessary' and 'patronising'.

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Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero could face a forced spell on the sidelines if the Football Association take retrospective action against the Argentina international. The FA may decide to take action against Aguero . If the referee had given him a card during the match, that would have

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero ' will face no retrospective action ' for grabbing shoulder of assistant

In Sky Sport's post-match coverage, Aguero's former team-mate Micah Richards said the incident 'didn't look good.

He said: 'He didn't need to do it really. You have to respect the officials. I think she deals with the situation really well.

'He'll know better. I don't think we need to go over the top on it but he shouldn't be touching the officials, it doesn't look good.'

Pep Guardiola walking on the court: Guardiola leapt to Aguero's defence, claiming the Argentine is the 'nicest person' he's ever met © Provided by Daily Mail Guardiola leapt to Aguero's defence, claiming the Argentine is the 'nicest person' he's ever met

Former Premier League referee Chris Foy said: 'The key words are 'aggressive' and 'confrontational.' The laws state, 'it's not unusual for players to come into contact with officials.

'As long as this is done courteously and not in an aggressive or confrontational manner there is no requirement for a referee to take action'.

Massey-Ellis was the subject of sexist jibes which cost presenters Andy Gray and Richard Keys their jobs at Sky Sports in 2011.

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