West Brom manager Tony Pulis is convinced, that John Terry should not receive the red card in today’s clash at Hawthorns.
Terry was shown a red card by referee Mark Clattenburg early in the second-half of the game against the Baggies. Although Chelsea played in 10, they managed to win the match 3-2.
During the post-match conference, West Brom manager has said, that in his opinion Clattenburg’s decision was exaggerated.
Pulis said :
“It looked a bit harsh to me to be honest,”
“I think John (Terry) touched him, but I suppose if he gives a free-kick he’s got to do it (send him off) because he’s the last man.”
“But it most probably looked a bit harsh.”
Commenting the defeat to Chelsea, said :
“The goals we’ve conceded have been disappointing.
“You have to be very resolute when you haven’t got the ball and have that flair when you have got the ball. I thought we got 50 per cent of it right.
“We looked good in possession and we looked like we were going to create opportunities and chances but we’ve got to be more resolute.”