Neil Lennon: Bolton boss charged over 'biased referee' comments
Bolton manager Neil Lennon has been charged with misconduct after accusing referee Darren Drysdale of bias in Saturday's Championship defeat at QPR.
A 94th-minute goal from Jay Emmanuel-Thomas secured a 4-3 win for QPR that left Bolton in the relegation zone.
"I've never seen a more biased performance from a referee in a long time," said Lennon, 44. "He gave QPR everything he possibly could."
Lennon has until 18:00 BST on Thursday to respond to the charge.
The Football Association charge alleges that Lennon's comments "allege or implied bias" on Drysdale "and/or bring the game into disrepute".
On Monday, Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho was charged with the same offence after claiming officials were "afraid" to give decisions in favour of his side.