January 13, according to Tom Collmosse, a well-known reporter from the Daily Mail
According to an exclusive report, on Thursday, Lopetegui had a face-to-face meeting with Howard Webb at the Wolves’ training ground to discuss the refereeing issues that the club has suffered in the last two games.
Totti Gomez thought he had scored a last-minute winner for Wolves in their FA Cup third-round tie with Liverpool on Saturday, only to have it disallowed and VAR mistakenly award a penalty.
Nunes fell to the ground in the closing stages of Wednesday’s Carabao Cup tie with Nottingham Forest but was still denied a penalty.
The Premier League’s new head of referees, Webb, was due to meet with all managers in the coming weeks, but the Mail understands the meeting has been brought forward in light of recent events.
The meeting, thought to have lasted around 90 minutes, was believed to be positive and Lopetegui was able to explain in detail where he believed Wolves had been manhandled.