Huddersfield boss rues corner verdict

10:00am Sunday 3rd March 2013 in Albion By Brian Owen
Albion have been told they were fortunate to score their game-changing second goal against Huddersfield.
But Town boss Mark Robins was disappointed with how his side caved in at The Amex.
Leo Ulloa put Albion back in front from a corner Huddersfield felt should not have been awarded.
A determined Huddersfield display then disintegrated as they were sent to a 4-1 defeat which keeps Albion in the top six.
Asked if he felt his side were going to get a result, Robins said: "Yes, I thought it before the game and I thought it up to 75 minutes until the referee gave a corner kick that wasn't a corner kick.
“That's disappoitning but it's not just that. You can't blame the referee and I am not trying to do that.
“What disappointed me was the concession of the second goal led to capitulation really.
"The two goals that followed were a result of the misfortune we experienced with the second goal."



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