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What The Bosses Said - Birmingham 1-0 Latics

What The Bosses Said - Birmingham 1-0 Latics


Following Wigan Athletics defeat at St. Andrews against Birmingham City yesterday, both managers, Roberto Martinez and Alex McLeish spoke to the press, lets see what they had to say:

Latics boss Roberto Martinez:

'I don't think there was any contact and, if there was, it was not enough for it to be a penalty.

'The referee was only five yards away but at the moment we are not getting the luck with decisions.

'Our player is trying to clear the ball and I would say their player should have been given a yellow card.'


To watch the Martinez interview visit bbc.co.uk here


Birmingham boss Alex McLeish:

'The penalty was a bit fortunate because Fahey was running away from goal, but it was a careless tackle.

'Melchiot put his foot in and when you don't get the ball you are always risking it as a defender.

'Keith Fahey is not a guy who goes down easily, so he's been hit. He must have been hit.'


To watch the McLeish interview visit bbc.co.uk




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Writer:Barry Worthington
Date:Sunday February 28 2010
Time: 9:37AM

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'The penalty was a bit fortunate'..I thought you had to actualy touch someone to bring them down?
worbo
28/02/2010 09:40:00
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"Fahey is not a guy who goes down easily, so he's been hit. He must have been hit." Sure keep telling yourself that. A lot of players in the PL "Just aren't that sort of player." "Don't have a malicious thought in their pretty heads after training they pick daisies." Makes you wonder who IS that sort of player? (Besides Lucas Neill obvs.)
avantsweater
28/02/2010 10:06:00
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