Leeds assistant Gus Poyet is facing an FA charge over comments he made towards referee Andy D'Urso after the Carling Cup tie against Portsmouth in August.
Poyet, who has until October 4 to respond to a misconduct charge under FA rule E3, launched a scathing attack on D`Urso in the aftermath of the Whites` 3-0 second-round exit at Fratton Park, accusing D'Urso of a personal vendetta against himself and Leeds manager Dennis Wise dating back to their playing days.
'Andy D'Urso is not good enough for us and I don't want to see him at a Leeds match again,' Poyet said after the game.
'He keeps laughing during games and doesn't make any decisions. If there is something complicated in the box he never gives it. We had a bet with the fourth official who would get the first yellow card and of course it was us.'
The former Uruguay star added: 'He (D'Urso) can't forget things he has done to me and Dennis (Wise, Leeds manager) in the past. It is sad and it has happened again since we've been in management.
'It is too much. It is personal. He has sent me off before and that's not hard but when it is against the team it is not right.'