The England winger kicked the pitch and was awarded a spot kick last night.
Martin O’Neill was disappointed by the referee’s decision to dismiss Ireland U17 goalkeeper Jimmy Corcoran.
The former Dortmund boss has lamented his side’s defending at Old Trafford, which left them chasing the game in the second half.
Controversy surrounded the decision to disallow Gareth Anscombe’s try.
The former Mayo boss believes it will be “incredibly tight” in Sunday’s All-Ireland senior football final.
John Caulfield insists that Alan Bennett was incorrectly dismissed against Shamrock Rovers.
Poite decided that Ken Owens was accidentally offside, and chose not to award a late penalty.
Following his defeat to Jeff Horn in Brisbane, Pac Man has called for a review from the WBO.
World Rugby has introduced measures aimed at limiting both reckless and accidental contact with the head.
The hosts were beaten by Wales in Rome.
The Barcelona defender drew an unfavourable comparison between the performance of officials in the two rivals’ Copa del Rey ties this week following their loss to Athletic.
Mike Dean’s decision to send off Sofiane Feghouli for a tackle on Phil Jones led to criticism from pundits, including Gary Neville.
“They were not tipsy, they were drunk.”
It’s an even tougher job for some.
There’s no place for Nigel Owens either (but probably for the opposite reasons).
The South African referee is in the firing line following his penalty call that went against Scotland.
That’s one way to deal with play-acting.
Replays show that Padraig McNulty had a handful of Aidan O’Mahony’s jersey before going to ground.
They made the claim in that now infamous statement.
Surely mind games from the US coach?
Horan’s men sucker-punched by two late Eoghan O’Gara goals in Croke Park.
“It’s a two-legged game and I am really looking forward to the second leg,” the Scot said after latest defeat.
The Liverpool boss wasn’t happy after the defeat to Man City yesterday.
The Dubliner controversially sent off the Welsh captain in the first half of a 2011 Rugby World Cup semi-final defeat to France.
With his needy sucking up to some Premier League managers the former referee does himself few favours in Added Time.
The Springboks’ hooker had his red card rescinded by Rugby Championship officials today.
The former Derry player was in full agreement with his RTÉ punditry partner Pat Spillane for once.
TheScore.ie’s hurling columnist thinks a football mentality is ruining hurling refereeing.
“Hurling and football are very different games,” says the Limerick hurling chief.
‘Our complaint will be aimed at the referees rather than at UEFA. The Champions League is an elite competition and the people in it should be elite level, too.’
The Manchester United winger was dismissed for dangerous play against Real Madrid.
Fergie has until Friday to respond to the charge, in the wake of his referee outburst.
The Old Trafford chief berated officials yesterday.
The French referee managed to alienate everyone within a 370-mile radius of Thomond Park on Saturday.
Last week the Football Association decided to take no disciplinary action whatsoever against Clattenburg.
Alan Leighton believes the club should say sorry to Mark Clattenburg after he was cleared of racial abuse.
Manchester City executive Patrick Vieira yesterday claimed United get a soft ride from refs at Old Trafford.
There’ll be no change in officials’ rates for the time being, Croke Park chiefs indicate.
The IRB and Six Nations say that they support Wayne Barnes’ decision to award Wales a last-minute penalty on Sunday.
British boxer took to Twitter last night to post a series of pictures of the ringside goings on in Washington.