The Football Association will not take any action against Birmingham manager Steve Bruce or Everton boss David Moyes after comments about referees on Boxing Day.
Bruce was angered after Muzzy Izzet was sent off for a second bookable offence when referee Phil Dowd adjudged him to have dived in the 2-0 Barclays Premiership defeat at Tottenham.
The Blues manager branded Dowd's decision as "pathetic" and said his performance was "poor".
Moyes has also escaped censure after saying Mike Riley missed a deliberate handball in his side's 4-0 defeat at Aston Villa. Striker Milan Baros later said he had handled in the build-up to his opening goal and Moyes voiced his displeasure.
The FA are still considering whether to act over comments made by Charlton boss Alan Curbishley about Steve Bennett after his side's 1-0 defeat by Arsenal.
Curbishley was highly critical of the official, who sent off Danny Murphy, suggesting that because he is based in nearby Kent he was wary of appearing biased and did not give them certain decisions.
"He is a local ref and perhaps it is something we have to look at," Curbishley said.
David Gold has vowed Birmingham City will remain on an even keel financially despite the threat of relegation.
The Blues chairman said he, brother Ralph Gold, and co-owner David Sullivan would dip into their own pockets to provide extra revenue needed for signings in January.
Gold said: "During our tenure at Birmingham, when the going has got tough, the tough have got going and we have come up on a number of occasions with our own money. Our financial contribution has been substantial.
"The club spent all the money available for play-ers in the summer and any extra money for players now, on top of that generated through people leaving in January, will come from David Sullivan and the Golds."