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Post Match Video Reaction:Hughes Allardyce & Dunne

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Sunday 28 December 2008, Blackburn Rovers 2-2 Manchester City. Post match video reaction from Mark Hughes, Sam Allardyce and City skipper, Richard Dunne.

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Mark Hughes

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Richard Dunne

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday December 28 2008

Time: 8:50PM

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my reaction is.... we were very lucky to get a point out of that very poor display....
lincolnblue
lincoln blue, we were outmuscled, sure, but the only way Rovers got in control was by numerous cynical fouls, mostly by Tugay and Warnock. At least one of Tugay's fouls on Robinho deserved a red card. A very poor showing by a gutless referee. It would have been a very different game if this had a European-style referee. We need some more beef in the side otherwise teams will continue to push around our skilful but lightweight midfielders.
Sindbad
 

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