The Football Association has contacted Swansea City manager Garry Monk to seek his observations in relation to post-match comments he made following his side’s 2-1 loss to Stoke City on Sunday.
Following the match, Monk branded referee Michael Oliver’s decision to award Stoke City a penalty “a disgrace” after it appeared Victor Moses had dived, before turning his attention to the head of Premier League referees Mike Riley.
“The penalty against, for me, is a disgrace. It’s a disgraceful decision. Not in a million years a penalty,” Monk said during his post-match interview.
“The problem now is that a lot of times…