West Ham boss David Moyes has shared his reaction after the PGMOL admitted that the referees made two wrong calls in each of their last two games.

According to the Evening Standard, the group responsible for referees in the country, have told the Hammers that both the decisions made were the wrong ones.

Vladimir Coufal was sent off and is suspended v Spurs despite them accepting wrongdoing.

Moyes said, “We have got clarification from the referees that it was the wrong decision to send (Coufal) off and that we should have had a penalty at Burnley.

“I find it really hard that we have two sets of eyes and they are not getting it correct. I have been a football player and a manager, I would hope if I’m sitting in front of a TV from four or five angles I would have a really good opinion.

“And if I was unsure I’d send the referee over to collaborate rather than leaving it to one person.”

Spot on

Moyes is absolutely spot on here and the PGMOL must be ashamed at this level of officiating.

It’s baffling to see some of the recent decisions they’ve made, not just during the West Ham games, but the entire league as a whole.

While we would admit that the season started extremely well, they’ve gone back to their old ways of late.

There has been zero consistency all across the board and something definitely needs to change before they cost teams more games.

It could also result in managers losing their jobs and teams getting relegated – which is not a good look for the best league in the world.

In other West Ham news, the club have made an approach to sign a ‘Terrific’ international ace and a January move is on the cards

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