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Monk’s Out Of Order Over Moses Cheat Claim

Monk’s Out Of Order Over Moses Cheat Claim

–Blasts Stoke City assistant coach,Bowen

Stoke City assistant boss Mark Bowen believes that Swansea City manager Garry Monk is “out of order” for labelling Victor Moses a cheat.

Monk slammed Moses for winning a penalty for the Potters on Sunday by going to ground following minimal contact from Angel Rangel.

The 35-year-old also risked receiving punishment from the Football Association by claiming that referee Michael Oliver made a “disgusting decision” to award the penalty.

Swansea took the lead at the Britannia Stadium with a first-half penalty from Wilfried Bony, but eventually suffered a 2-1 loss.

“To call a player a cheat is totally out of order because there was contact there,” Bowen told Radio Wales.

“Is Moses trying to make the best of a situation? Yes. Was it harsh on Swansea? Yes. Was the decision a poor one? Possibly yes.

“My definition of cheating is if a player goes into the area and he’s not touched, if there’s no contact and he goes down he’s a cheat.”

Moses joined Stoke on loan in the summer from Chelsea.

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