Blackburn Rovers boss unhappy with officials
11:17pm Friday 16th August 2013 in Sport
BLACKBURN Rovers boss Gary Bowyer felt decisions made by the officials played a key part in tonight's 2-0 loss at Doncaster.
Rovers slipped to defeat to make it only one point from their first three league games, but Bowyer felt his side deserved something from the match.
Theo Robinson headed Doncaster in front before James Husband's cross sailed in after the interval.
"I'm disappointed we're going away empty handed, it's not acceptable," he said.
"I thought we dominated possession but we went in at half time 1-0 down on the back of two linesman's decisions.
"Ther lad is offside for the first one, we've seen it on the video.
"And we had a goal disallowed for Chris Taylor when quite clearly Jordan Rhodes is onside.
"The way we passed the ball and played the game was pleasing and we continued in the second half but we got done by what can only be described as a fluke.
"In three games we've lost two and that's not through the opposition dominating us, it's been by flukes."
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