The Football Association has confirmed it has written to Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini and QPR boss Harry Redknapp to ask for their observations following their post-match comments regarding referees on Boxing Day.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson will not face punishment for confronting referee Mike Dean at Old Trafford yesterday, the Football Association has confirmed.
The Scot was furious after Dean overruled assistant Jake Collin and awarded Newcastle's second goal in the Red Devils' 4-3 win.
The FA today confirmed no action would be taken against the Manchester United boss as Dean made no reference to Ferguson confronting him in his report.
Ferguson approached Dean as he made his way out for the second half, before rounding on the fourth official Neil Swarbrick and Collin.
Stoke City defender Robert Huth will not be disciplined by the FA after appearing to stamp on Luis Suarez during Saturday's 0-0 draw. The officials saw the incident at the time, so the FA cannot take further action.
– Millwall Football Club
"The two clubs remain determined to do everything in their power to ensure that racist behaviour will not be tolerated.
"We will be speaking to the police and the match officials on this matter but no further comment will be made until this process has been completed and the investigations have been concluded."
Bolton striker Marvin Sordell has been subjected to abuse on Twitter after making allegations that he and teammates were racially abused during Saturday's game at Millwall.
Sordell re-tweeted several abusive messages sent to him after he told his club he had faced racist taunts from the home fans.
Manchester City's Mario Balotelli will not face disciplinary action over a studs-up challenge on Arsenal's Alex Song, the Football Association have confirmed.
The governing body say they cannot take retrospective action because the incident was seen by at least one of the four match officials.
The decision still leaves Balotelli facing a three-match suspension for his sending off for two unrelated bookings in the same game.
Manchester City forward Mario Balotelli will not face any retrospective action over his tackle on Arsenal midfielder Alex Song, the Football Association have confirmed.