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    mark by the sea wrote:
    The other thing is he tackled with his left foot rather than his right which made it look worse, if it was a penalty... Why was Calderon not sent off as last man? Terrible decision by the ref , who then got it wrong again.
    Yes that's a strange development with the game - defenders tackling with the wrong foot I mean - it happens all the time nowadays and I can't see and reason for it.

    Can't believe we only played one up front again until it was too late, especially after the success with Barnes and Ulloa at Blackpool. I guess the reason is that the Blackpool was a bog and we had to have two up front to hoof it to!"
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Penalty decision which enraged The Amex - with video

The Argus: Albion debate Simon Hooper's penalty decision Albion debate Simon Hooper's penalty decision

It was the decision which enraged The Amex.

Now, if you have not seen it already, judge for yourselves.

Did Inigo Calderon really foul Marc Pugh for the penalty which put Bournemouth ahead yesterday?

Or, as Albion argued vehemently, was it a fair tackle?

Then watch how Albion finally secured a point thanks to Stephen Ward’s late header.


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