That last paragraph completely not needed to make ya point.
Not in your opinion maybe. Imo, yes it was. I didn't have a dig at all, as always about him I told the truth. If you want someone to show no reaction at all to goals you've busted yourself all day/week for, Rafa's the man for you. When we did score an injury time winner against them in 2007, Stevie led the celebrations from the sideline, as the reward he got for driving us back into the game, was getting hooked for showing "too much passion". In a derby like.
If you want someone who lives the game like a fan, we have Jürgen. We waited 96 long, frustrating minutes to get that goal at the weekend. It was completely off the cuff, he didn't set out to upset the opposition, he's not the first to do it nor the last. Every fan watching it understood his reaction, even the few who didn't take it so well.
I would have contested the charge if it was me, because other coaches have not been charged for similar "offences" and worse. The referee didn't send him from the touchline, and the 4th official saw no issue with it. Problem?
I suppose it's easier for the FA to use video evidence to deal with things like this, than use it to help referees on the pitch when they need it.