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Tottenham, Blackburn appeal red cards

Blackburn and Tottenham have both appealed against the red cards issued by referee Phil Dowd during Sunday's 1-1 draw at Ewood Park.

The Football Association have confirmed that Blackburn have lodged an appeal against the straight red card shown to Tugay for a professional foul on Hossam Ghaly.

Spurs have also appealed regarding the sending off of Ghaly for an apparent elbow on Michael Gray in injury time. Both appeals will be heard on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the FA are not expected to bring disciplinary charges against Spurs boss Martin Jol and Blackburn manager Mark Hughes for their critical remarks of Dowd's performance.

It is understood Dowd's match report has confirmed he did not send Jol to the stands, despite the Dutchman believing otherwise.

Watford manager Adrian Boothroyd also looks set to escape disciplinary action for his remarks about referees at the weekend.

After his side's 2-1 defeat by Portsmouth, Boothroyd said that referees who get decisions wrong 'should be put in the stocks and hit with rotten tomatoes', and added: 'Why should us poor managers put up with this kind of shit?'

The Watford manager was fuming about a decision by referee Chris Hoy to award a penalty for a challenge by Jay DeMerit on Kanu, claiming the Nigerian striker was both offside and not fouled.

But television replays have since confirmed the referee's decision was correct on both counts.

However, it is understood the FA view Boothroyd's comments about the stocks as being tongue in cheek and that any action is unlikely.