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Neil Warnock Surprisingly Calm After Cardiff Let Down By Refereeing Call

Neil Warnock Surprisingly Calm After Cardiff Let Down By Refereeing Call

Warnock then directed his ire towards Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) chief, Mike Riley, who he believes is training officials to be "robots".

After all, there is no such thing as an actual good manager who succeeds right away in the Premier League. "I think until Eden Hazard comes onto the pitch it was boring", said Jenas. They were brilliant and it made for a great game. My players feel like they have been kicked in the teeth. We've had enough of them this year.

'We're also a team that's been on the end of some poor decisions that have gone against us.

A panel of three pundits reckons Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri must give more opportunities to winger Callum Hudson-Odoi.

Marcos Alonso flicked on a cross and, although his fellow Spaniard was at least a yard offside, assistant referee Eddie Smart kept his flag down and the goal stood. Instead, referee Craig Pawson showed the German defender a yellow card. We felt that (Sean) Morrison could've easily had a penalty in the first half and he could quite easily have had one in the second. "Chelsea know they have got away with murder today", Warnock said.

He added to BBC Sport : "They were probably unhappy for the result. I am getting used to this".

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"We've worked three weeks for this, and we get let down by decisions", said Warnock. The linesman, though.it is so disappointing.

Despite not starting a Premier League game for Chelsea so far, the 18-year-old has impressed many with his exciting performances in the Europa League and domestic cups this season, so much so that he earned his first England senior caps in the recent worldwide break.

"I know the situation as in the last season he was only 17", Sarri told reporters ahead of a Premier League game at Cardiff City. I honestly don't know. You should be patting him on the back, not complaining about a throw-in'.

OF course the man we all want to see there is Ruben Loftus-Cheek. Is it payback time for me over the years?

'We are amongst a group of teams that are fighting every game and we've got to be fighting, if anything, even harder than them'. And shake the referee and linesmen's hands?

However, the Cardiff boss could still face a charge for his post-match comments, when he described Premier League refereeing as "the worst in the world". "And we are disappointed".