Losing to Liverpool, Bolton manager Criticism Referees
Bolton – Bolton Wanderers manager, Neil Lennon, was not satisfied with the leadership of the referee Roger East. According to Lennon, there are some wrong decisions East.
Competing at home, macron Stadium on Thursday (02/05/2015) pm dawn, Bolton defeated 1-2. They also failed to advance to the knock-out phase of the FA Cup this season.
Bolton had the lead through a penalty Eidur Gudjohnsen in the 85th minute. However, they conceded two goals in the final minutes of the game. The first goal by Raheem Sterling in the 85th minute, while the second comes from Philippe Coutinho goal in minute 90 + 1.
After the first 1-0, Bolton had to play with 10 men. Their midfielder Neil Danns, get a second yellow card after a foul on Joe Allen in the 66th minute.
Lennon felt Danns should not expelled from the field. He did not criticize a second yellow card Danns, but the first yellow card.
“I’m not happy with the leadership of the referee tonight. Supposedly, there is never a first yellow card for Neil Danns,” Lennon told the BBC.
Beyond that, Lennon also admitted that Bolton should not get a penalty. He considered that Martin Skrtel is not a foul on Zach Clough.
“I’m also not sure if the penalty we also really worth it,” he said.
Related penalty Bolton, Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers, also of the same opinion. He considered that there was no violation at all before the penalty.
“I think, you can see the broadcast repeats and obviously it was not a penalty,” said Rodgers.