|Tony Pulis has questioned the decision to award referee Anthony Taylor one of the Barclays Premier League's top games. |
The West Brom boss was fined £8,000 by the Football Association on Thursday after admitting an improper conduct charge following last week's 3-2 home defeat to Leicester.
He was upset with Taylor's decision not to award Albion two penalties and confronted the official after the game.
Taylor is set to take control of Stoke's televised clash with Chelsea on Saturday - which is live on talkSPORT - and Pulis, who has failed to properly speak to referees' chief Mike Riley, remains upset.
"The LMA are doing the most they possibly can to try to bring us together and yet we get no feedback on Anthony's performance on Saturday," he said, ahead of Saturday's trip toManchester United.
"I got the fine and the club got punished because we dropped points because of those decisions and then you see Anthony Taylor has got one of the top games this weekend. It is most probably the best game and the game most people will watch on Saturday.
"I just hope and pray that it's not just lip service. I hope they do take some notice of what we do.
"What is disappointing is the fact we sent in a response, I've tried to get hold of Mike who is in Japan and Mike has tried to send me a message back and we've not been able to get hold of each other."
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