Fulham manager Chris Coleman has admitted a Football Association charge of using abusive and/or insulting words towards a match official.

The Welshman has not requested a personal hearing.

The charge related to an incident during the 1-1 Premiership draw with Tottenham on 20 January.

Coleman was angry at the decision to allow Pascal Chimbonda’s late equaliser to stand and remonstrated with officials after the final whistle.

Chimbonda struck after Tom Huddlestone’s free-kick was challenged by Fulham’s Franck Queudrue and Tottenham striker Dimitar Berbatov before falling to the full-back.

Coleman felt Chimbonda had been offside but replays showed it was Queudrue who got the final touch to flick it into his path.

The Fulham boss later admitted the correct decision had been made but only after viewing several replays – and he suggested officials had got it right more by chance than good judgement.