Ian Evatt has hit back at Neil Warnock following Saturday's goalless draw with Crystal Palace.
The Blackpool defender was at the centre of two penalty shouts from the Eagles at Selhurst Park as he tangled with their on-loan winger Scott Sinclair and defender Nathan Ashton.
Firstly, former Sheffield United boss Warnock was left incensed when referee Anthony Taylor failed to award his side a spot-kick following the challenge from Evatt on Ashton.
He was then further enraged when Chelsea star Sinclair was booked for a theatrical tumble, when he was adamant that his side should have been awarded a penalty.
Evatt though is confident that neither of the challenges warranted punishment and feels that Warnock needs to learn how to keep his emotions in check when it comes to harassing the match officials.
"Mr Warnock shouldn't wind up referees like he does," he said.
"He gets on their case and in the end decisions go against him but neither of those were penalties.
"The first one, if anything, was obstruction outside the area. And the second one he just jumped over me.
"I don't think he dived but he was trying to avoid me. Neither were penalties."