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ALBION BOSS THOUGHT BREWERS SHOULD HAVE HAD A PENALTY AGAINST NEWCASTLE

20 December 2016

NIGEL Clough was pleased with some of the football that was played against Newcastle United on Saturday, and called Lloyd Dyer’s goal ‘a lovely move’.

He said: “We set up in a certain way and we wanted to get the ball forward. We played some good football, especially the goal we scored which was a lovely move and there was more like that throughout the game as well.”

"We don't see it as points dropped as we don't expect to get anything from the Newcastles of this world so we see it as a  boost having seen the level of performance. That's two great performances, Saturday and Tuesday against Huddersfield - to get nothing from those two games is very harsh on the players.

The Albion boss was unhappy about the decision to Not award a penalty on John Brayford in the final seconds of the game. You can view the incident at 1:55 in the video above.

"He's (John Brayford) been hauled to the ground and they are the sort we have had given against us this season.”

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