The Scotsman is not impressed that the two participating clubs have been given 25,000 tickets each for their fans, while 40,000 tickets have been issued corporate sponsors.Everton manager David Moyes has hit out at the Football Association for what he feels is an uneven allocation of tickets for the FA Cup final.
The Toffees play Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday, a stadium which seats 90,000 spectators.
However, supporters of the two clubs have been issued with just 50,000, 25,000 each, of those tickets while the remaining 40,000 have been given to corporate sponsors.
The Scottish tactician says it is extremely disappointing, especially when managers with limited squads are accused of disrespecting the oldest association football competition in the world for fielding weakened teams.
"It disappoints me when all through the season the managers get questioned about not putting out their strongest team, leaving one or two players out, in FA Cup ties," Moyes told The Daily Mirror.
"The biggest disrespect has come from the FA in how many tickets they have given the teams who get to the final.
"It's a bit hypocritical. They want us to support the competition, speak well about it, play everyone in it and then when we get there, they give the teams a limited amount of tickets.
"We could probably take three times the number of tickets we have got.
"I don't agree with the semi-final being held at Wembley. But what puzzles me is how our fans get more tickets for that game than they do for the final.
"Something is not right when 40,000 tickets have gone to corporate people."
Ricky Brooks, Goal.com