If Cardiff and Neil Warnock are, as looks increasingly likely, on their way out of the Premier League in the coming days, for once in his eventful career the veteran manager wants to go quietly.
After being charged on three counts by the FA on Friday for comments he made about the officiating during his teams recent controversial loss to Chelsea, Warnock was again on the receiving end of questionable refereeing calls, this time from Mike Dean and his team.
But, having had his one summons to appear before the governing body, Warnock was in no mood to swell the FAs coffers after two Chris Wood goals left his team on the brink of demotion.
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Neil Warnock was left absolutely furious by refereeing decisions once again as Cardiff lost 2-0 to Burnley.
Cardiff boss Neil Warnock said he wanted to avoid another Football Association charge as he largely bit his tongue following Mike Dean’s controversial decision to reverse a penalty decision in their 2-0 defeat by Burnley.
Chris Woods brace left the Welsh side virtually condemned to relegation but Warnock was outraged by a controversial call by Mike Dean.
The official awarded Cardiff a penalty at Turf Moor – but changed his mind after speaking to his assistant.
Caretaker boss Scott Parker claimed his Premier League first points, ending the Toffees three-game winning run thanks to goals from Tom Cairney and Ryan Babel.
Meanwhile, Southampton recorded potentially huge three points with a 3-1 win over Wolves to climb up to 16th place.
Two goals from Nathan Redmond and Shane Long sealed the win after Willy Boly had equalised for the visitors.
The biggest win of the day came at the Amex Stadium where Brighton were humbled 5-0 by south coast neighbours Bournemouth.
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