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Tony Pulis has spoken of his disappointment at comments made by Roberto Martinez in the wake of West Brom's win over Everton last weekend.
Martinez claimed Baggies forward Saido Berahino should have been shown a red card for an alleged kick on James McCarthy during the game at Goodison Park, but the Football Association decided not to take any action against the player.
Pulis has accused Martinez of sour grapes and feels he should not have spoken out against one of his players.
"I was a little bit disappointed with Roberto actually, in respect of trying to bring something up after we had won the game," Pulis stated.
"It almost smells of sour grapes and you don't need that. We've gone there and won a game of football and people are looking for things to moan and groan about.
"There was an incident in the game which happened to me and I've not said a word about it because I don't think it's relevant. I was really disappointed with him bringing it up afterwards.
"Thank goodness nothing was made of it because there was nothing there. There's enough cameras there to pick something up.
"The disappointing thing is another manager, after the game, is trying to find something that could affect this club and this club has nothing to do with him."