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Everton boss Marco Silva defends his conduct at Newcastle which led to FA charge

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Marco Silva is still waiting to hear back from the FA following his response to the "improper conduct" charge he was hit with after his post-match argument with the officials at Newcastle last weekend.

The Everton manager confronted Lee Mason and his officials after Newcastle scored a winning goal to retrieve a two-goal deficit with FIVE players standing in an offside position.

I was not happy at that moment but I never lack respect.

And the Blues boss repeated the issues he had with the officials on duty on Tyneside.

"At the time I obviously was not happy, first of all with ourselves, and with some decisions also," said Silva "but I was never aggressive, I did not disrespect the officials and I did not use abusive words.

I was never abusive with them.

"At that moment I wasn't happy with two decisions and I was clear with what I said to the referee and the two assistants.
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