So according to Moyes, Cesc Fabragas claimed in the tunnel at half time that Everton had bribed the match officials. If true, it is indeed outrageous that Fabregas was not dismissed. You can't make claims like that and be allowed to stay on the pitch surely? Unless there is some truth in the allegation.
To be fair to the Arsenal man, Saha was a mile offside when the pass was played that led to his goal. Quite how the Assistant Referee didn't see it is beyond my comprehension. Yes the ball took a deflection on it's way through to Saha, but any suggestion that the Everton man was not in receipt of a pass from one of his own team would be absurd, although that is precisely what the officials tried to claim!
But suggestions that there were bungs involved are right out of order. The fact that a referee dismissed Piquionne for celebrating a goal against Everton in the same month is not connected in any way whatsoever. Dear God, people will start talking about that remarkable Everton come back against Wimbledon in 1994 next. Everton needed to win on the last day of the season to avoid relegation and, after going two goals behind, were awarded a dubious penalty before Hans Segars dived over a Stuart shot to hand a 3-2 victory on a plate to the amazingly "lucky" Toffees.
Fabregas should clearly be brought to book for his outrageous comments; and as for the Assistant Referee, surely a gender test should be conducted as a matter of urgency!