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Wolves U21's Hold Saints

Wolves U21's Hold Saints

Speaking to Saints Player after the game, Hunter was upset with the decision that saw Saints record their second draw from their opening four Elite group matches.

Saints completely dominated the first half and 3 minutes into the second half took a two goal lead. The visitors then slacked off and allowed Wolves back into the game.

When Wolves had a man sent off with the score 1-2 it looked as though our U21's were on course for the win. It wasn't to be though as a hotly disputed penalty gave Wolves the chance to level which they duly did.

Ian Hunter Saints coach was livid. Not just because it wasn't a penalty but also because 3 minutes added time had been alloted but the penalty was awarded after 4.5 minutes.



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Tuesday February 12 2013
Time: 6:18PM

Comments

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Terrible decision and bloody expensive to boot.
sfc4ghg
12/02/2013 20:06:00
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Bloody typical. Ref should be punished.
VSrednwhite
12/02/2013 23:30:00
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Trouble is things like that take away from the fact the team actually spent large parts of the game on top.
SFC Forever
13/02/2013 07:56:00
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no bloody good playing well when a biased or blind referee cheats you. Just like Celtic last night.
VSrednwhite
13/02/2013 22:55:00
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Suspend refs who muck up like that.
sinner92
14/02/2013 00:54:00
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