Swansea boss, Gary Monk, has accused Victor Moses of diving and said he should be ashamed of himself for cheating.
Swansea lost 2-1 at the Britannia Stadium with his defender Angel Rangel penalised for a foul on Moses.
“Moses should be done for diving, for cheating.” The Swansea boss said.
Swansea led through a Wilfried Bony penalty but Stoke levelled through Charlie Adam’s spot kick and substitute Jonathan Walters headed home the winner after the break.
In a highly-charged and honest press conference after the match, Monk said:
“It was an absolute disgusting decision from the referee in terms of the penalty against us,” said the 35-year-old Monk of Oliver’s decision to penalise Rangel after Moses tumbled inside the box.
“He is supposed to be a professional referee at the highest level. He’s the only guy who thought it was a penalty. Everyone in the stadium was amazed.
“How he (Oliver) can’t see it is a blatant dive is beyond me.”
The Swansea manager said he had previously raised his concerns with Riley, but had not heard from the referees’ chief.
“It’s happening week after week and it’s always against us,” added Monk.
“I’ve sent a DVD off, with a letter, but I’ve had no contact from Mike Riley. I think that’s very poor leadership from him. He is clearly not listening and I have to go above him, and hopefully we will get the answers.
“We just want to know why there is no consistency in the big decisions that have changed games for us.”
Monk said Moses’ fall inside the box was a “blatant dive” and called on the Nigeria winger to be punished.
“He should be ashamed of himself for diving like that,” said the Englishman.
“I would not be able to go home to my family and show my face, for me it is a disgrace. He should be punished heavily for that. If my player had done that he would not play in the next game.”
When asked if he feared his comments may land him in trouble, Monk added: “What have I said wrong? I haven’t said anything wrong, I haven’t called anyone names, it’s not slanderous.”