THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

7 February ~ There were several instances of contentious refereeing in the Premier League this weekend. But Blyth Spartans have every right to feel aggrieved after this incident during their FA Trophy game against Droylsden on Saturday. At least the linesman looked suitably shame-faced when the officials left the pitch at half-time. The match finished 2-2 and will be replayed tonight.

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