The problem is Thomas went out of her way to question or maybe even antagonize Eidevall. He was focused on the ref before she came into the picture wondering what he was upset about. How often do you see that from players to opposition coaches in either the women's game or the men's game? If you sanctioned Eidevall, which fair enough since he went over the top, wouldn't you be setting up a dangerous precedent for players to feel like they can act like Thomas did? Deliberately question why a coach is angry about a poor/very poor challenge you made, act surprised you got a reaction, and then tweet in poor taste about the reaction to your poor challenge that left a player on the ground. Suspend Thomas as well if you suspend Eidevall in my opinion, but of course, that wouldn't go down well. So, no one getting sanctioned (outside of the yellow cards) works for me.