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Pulis: Decisions Went Against Us

25 January 2014

Tony Pulis saw his side knocked out of the FA Cup but left Wigan feeling they could have got something from the match.

"We're disappointed not to get something out of the game. We came to have a go and tried to win the game.  When you play in cup ties you need certain decisions to go your way. One or two this afternoon didn't go our way but that is what happens.

"Their keeper has made two wonderful saves, one in each half, I don't think either side wanted a replay but even though I'm disappointed we know decisions went against us."

There was quite a delay in the game towards the end of the first half when Jonathan Parr needed to receive treatment and was taken to hospital during the second half. 

"He has gone to hospital for a scan. We need to look at the incident again, but it looks like the lad has caught him. It will be interesting to see it again on from a different camera angle.

"We think it was caused by the impact and we are not sure whether it is a problem with his jaw or neck but we will know more when the results of the scans are with us.  The referee was not far away from the incident as he wasn't when he made the call for the penalty towards the end of the match but on the day that call didn't go our way."


 



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