Pundit hits out at inconsistency concerning West Ham and Leicester City players.
Richard Keys has hit out at the FA's lack of consistency and says West Ham boss David Moyes should be furious.
Hammers attacker Manuel Lanzini is facing a ban for simulation for an adjudged dive against Stoke City, which marred a superb individiual display from the Argentine.
He would become the second player to fall foul of the FA's new crackdown, after Everton's Oumar Niasse.
One player deemed fortunate to escape action is Leicester City's Demarai Gray, who went down a bit too easily in the Carabao Cup loss to Manchester City.
Richard Keys says it makes no sense the FA are not taking action against Gray, and believes West Ham boss Moyes should be angry.
Now I’m completely baffled @FA Demarai Gray won’t be charged with simulation. This is nonsense. We might as well rip up these guidelines and start again. It’s a mess. David Moyes has got even more right to be furious.— Richard Keys (@richardajkeys) December 20, 2017
Lanzini missed the Carabao Cup quarter final against Arsenal, and will be unavailable against Newcastle United this weekend.
With the form he displayed against Stoke, his absence could be a big blow this weekend, and his influence was sorely missed against the Gunners.