Thomas Tuchel does not want referee Anthony Taylor to officiate a Chelsea game again, with the Blues boss left furious after his side's 2-2 draw with Tottenham.
An ill-tempered encounter at Stamford Bridge looked set for a victory for the hosts after goals for Kalidou Koulibaly and Reece James, despite Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg's response.
But a last-gasp Harry Kane header earned a draw for Spurs, with the full-time whistle marked by an aggressive confrontation between Tuchel and opposite number Antonio Conte.
Both men were shown red cards by Taylor, but much of the German's ire stemmed from his belief that the referee failed to spot a number of incidents, including an alleged offside before Tottenham's first goal and an apparent foul on Marc Cucurella by Cristian Romero prior to the late equaliser.
Speaking after the game, Tuchel suggested it was far from an isolated number of Chelsea fans who felt Taylor made mistakes during their matches.
"I don't think just some of the fans think that," he stated. "I can assure you the whole dressing room of us, every single person, thinks that.
"I can't understand how the first goal is not offside and I can't understand how when a player is pulled by their hair, the other player stays on the pitch."
15 - Only Liverpool (19) have picked up more points from losing positions in the Premier League than Tottenham since Antonio Conte's first game in charge in November (15). Character. pic.twitter.com/sYT7Wg735p— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) August 14, 2022
Asked whether he would prefer Taylor not to oversee Chelsea's matches, Tuchel concurred, though he also pointed to the VAR official as equally culpable for the decision-making process.
"Maybe it would be better, maybe it would be better," he added. "But honestly we also have VAR, to help make the right decisions.
"Since when can players have their hair pulled, since when is that? And if he does not see it I don't blame him – I didn't see it.
"We have people at VAR who check this, and then you see it. And how can this not be a free-kick, and then a red card? How?
"This does not even have to do with the referee in this case. If he does not see something that's why we have people to check if this is a decisive error or not."
Tuchel failed to spot his own post-game dismissal for his part in the fracas with Conte, and made clear his displeasure that he faces a touchline ban, adding sarcastically: "So good - I cannot coach but the referee can whistle the next game."