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Sunderland manager furious

Sunderland manager Roy Keane is furious at referee`s Steve Bennett`s decision to disallow Danny Collins injury time winner.

Keano told safc.com "It was a good header and a goal, I don't know why the referee has disallowed it. I don't know what it's for, I'm sure he'll come up with something."

"It's frustrating, I don't think I will cool down until Tuesday or Wednesday."

"The players and supporters deserve better. I always try to be fair to referees but I don't know why he has given the foul."

"We're talking about the referee when we should be talking about two good teams who had a good go at each other. It was a good Premier League game."

"He was ready to give the foul even before anyone went near anyone else. Sunderland fans deserve better. It's the most frustrated I've been as a manager."

"It was a good, honest game. Villa are a good team but we hung in there and defended well against lots and lost of crosses."

"We gave a sloppy goal away. We lost possession softly in the middle of the park and we were punished, as you often are in the Premier League."

"But I always felt that we would nick it at the end and we did."

"I spoke to Mark Hughes five or six weeks ago about referees and I said that I'd been OK with them. He said, "'That'll change'. He was spot on.'


Editors Comment
Keane`s right to be grieved we deserved to win the game. I think they need to bring in some kind of video evidence like they do in Rugby.




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Date:Saturday December 15 2007

Time: 9:35PM

Your Comments

Im a Villa fan I thought it was a good game and it was good to see both teams go for it at the end.I thought the ref had a shocker he gave some bad decisions against us aswell,most of his decisions were wrong.Good luck for the rest of the season.
Pking
We were robbed
Lucas
Not suprised keane is angry at least dick turpin wore a mask. Bennett should be pulled over the coals for this
Lucas
Any manager are going to be angry if there team has a goal dissalowed in injury time, but that's football!!
will it ever happen
 

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