Luton boss Mike Newell could face disciplinary action after criticising foreign players and match officials after his side's 3-2 loss at West Brom.
Newell could find himself in a spot of bother
"Should play have stopped before the second? The linesman had a good view of the incident," he said referring to the injury to his player David Bell.
"Most officials are not capable of refereeing or running the line anyway."
He added: "When a ball is put out and a player gets up it annoys me. We're going soft because of the foreigners."
He added: "As soon they are touched, they go to ground.
"I will never have a player feigning injury, ever. I don't want those players in my side.
"You have this kicking the ball out and then someone gets straight up. They should be embarrassed."
Luton were leading 2-1 until the last two minutes of the game before a Kevin Phillips double gave Albion a dramatic win.