Bournemouth: No action taken over alleged comments by referee Jon Moss
The Premier League will not take any action against referee Jon Moss after Bournemouth alleged he made comments during Sunday's 2-1 defeat at Sheffield United, says BBC Radio Solent.
Cherries midfielder Dan Gosling says Moss showed "zero respect" and was a "disgrace" for making "sarky comments" about their league position.
The Football Association will also not be taking any action against Gosling.
Bournemouth are 16th in the table, two points above the relegation zone.
Bournemouth and Gosling consider the matter closed, but the club back their player unequivocally after the Professional Game Match Officials Limited - who are are responsible for match officials in English professional football - and the Premier League decided no action was necessary against Moss.
Moss apologised to Bournemouth's Adam Smith in 2017 after wrongly booking the defender.
And while Moss again irritated the Cherries players on Sunday with some of his decisions, Gosling says the official also made disparaging comments about the club being in a relegation battle.
"The ref didn't help. Giving soft fouls away and little comments to two or three of the lads didn't help as well really," Gosling told the Daily Echo.
"I thought it was very disrespectful what he was saying.
"It was just the little niggly ones and then the little sarky comments.
"The officials talk about respect at the start of the season and there was zero respect from Jon Moss on Sunday.
"The comments that he made especially to me and one other player - talking about the relegation zone and 'you're still in the relegation zone', 'you're having one', 'your team's having one' this and that and it was very, very disrespectful."
Gosling confirmed the comments were made during the game before adding: "I think he should really come out and apologise because I thought he was a disgrace."
Sunday was the first occasion this term that Moss had taken charge of a game involving Bournemouth.