Tony Pulis has slammed Liverpool striker Luis Suarez for committing what appeared to be a blatant dive against the Potters, in the 0-0 draw at Anfield yesterday.
The Stoke City boss has been regularly making the point that the FA should be clamping down on simulation, as similar scenarios occurred with both Ivanovic and Oscar when his side travelled to Stamford Bridge earlier this season.
Pulis was not shy to comment that he was baffled by the decision from the referee not to book Suarez.
“The FA should be looking at this. Give him three games (banned) and he will stop falling over,” he told Sky Sports.
The Stoke manager was however, happy to praise Glen Johnson for his reaction to a full blooded challenge from Jon Walters earlier in the game, saying his “behaviour was fabulous”.
Stoke face a trip to Old Trafford to take on the last season’s Premier League runners up on 20th October.