Wolverhampton visited Liverpool at Anfield last December, a match that ended with the Reds’ 4-0 victory, and saw a theatrical fall for Caddy that did not attack video technology.
Speaking to the podcast, “The Greatest Gym”, Coady said of the clip: “I got very critical of that behavior.”
He added: “When the ball is on its way towards you, you think that the starting opponent will touch you. This is what I thought about Mane, but he removed his foot very quickly.”
And he continued: “So I fell and was hoping that the referee would not whistle a penalty, and so when the referee whistled, I put up and sat on the ground and put my head in the grass and said damn it.”
He explained: “I knew he would see what happened in video technology, and on my return to my penalty area, Liverpool players were criticizing me, and I looked at the ground and walked in silence.”
He revealed, “While I was passing through them, Salah is among all the players. He told me: You cannot do that, my friend.”
He finished, “I didn’t even ask for a penalty kick. My family criticized me afterwards and asked what I had done. I looked like a fool.”
Coady, 28, formed at Liverpool’s academy and played two matches in the Reds’ first-team jersey before leaving in 2014 for Huddersfield Town.
He has led Wolverhampton defense club since 2015, and has 4 caps for England.