Poyet fumes at penalty decision

07 February 2010 03:26
Glenn Murray had put the Seagulls in front after only 10 minutes before seeing a second goal disallowed for offside.[LNB]The visitors thought they should have had a penalty when Ben Chorley brought down Liam Dickinson but Cook waved away their claims.[LNB]Poyet was dismissed from the dugout for his vigorous protests and the Uruguayan's misery was compounded when Scott McGleish grabbed an equaliser for Orient eight minutes after the break.[LNB]"If you asked even the Orient supporters they will let you know it was a penalty. That was a penalty and a red card," said Poyet.[LNB]"The referee is 10 yards away and doesn't give it. I got sent off for asking why he didn't give it. It's my mistake and I take it but I don't apologise for what I have done."[LNB]Striker Nicky Forster was left out of the squad, yet Poyet said: "I want to talk about the players who were here."[LNB][LNB]

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