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20 Nov 2010 19:30:27

Ollie holds hands up

Blackpool boss Ian Holloway felt Wolves could count themselves unlucky after his side's 2-1 win.Luke Varney and Marlon Harewood put the hosts 2-0 up but Wolves hit back through Kevin Doyle and pushed hard for an equaliser.Holloway said: "We will take that but I felt for the first time we didn't dominate possession, we didn't get our game going."We scored an absolutely out of this world goal and we got one from a set-piece, which we have hardly done all season."I thought Wolves were very hard done by. They made it really difficult for us. I made a few changes but because they had more of the ball than I anticipated it didn't really work for us."It is the first time at this level when we have got something probably unjustly."


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