Coleman: Allow Managers passion!
Fulham boss Chris Coleman says the FA is wrong to charge West Ham's Alan Pardew and Arsenal' Wenger over their clash at West Ham this week.
He said: 'Fans want their managers to show passion.
'It would be impossible for me not to celebrate a goal. I've found myself standing three yards on to the pitch after we have scored and could not even tell you how I got there.
'What we saw at West Ham was a manager who was under pressure and another who was disappointed that a couple of decisions didn't go his way. It was understandable.'
Coleman said that Manchester United chief Alex Ferguson was the one boss he would not like to upset.
He said: 'The hardest manager in the Premiership? There is only one hard man - and he's a Scot.'