Date: 28th November 2008 at 6:50pm
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Neil Warnock has told of his disappointment following the appointment of Rob Styles to tomorrow`s London derby.

It seems it isn`t only the Rangers fans who have had a run in with the official from Waterlooville as Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock explains:

“I am disappointed that we have been given Rob Styles again simply because of the comments I made about him in my book.” The former Sheffield United boss told The Croydon Guardian

“I feel strongly about two of the decisions he made that season. I was hoping I would never get him again and I am disappointed I do.”

The long-running feud was brought to a head a couple of seasons ago when Styles gave Liverpool a controversial penalty against Warnock`s blades on the opening game of the season. Later that season Styles refuted a cast iron penalty for Sheffield United at Old Trafford, leaving Warnock understandably frustrated:

“It was the most obvious of penalties and the most obvious of red cards.

“Everybody said so but Rob Styles didn`t give it. Let`s face it he doesn`t give much against the big teams. He hasn`t quite got the courage.”


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One Reply to “Warnock Frustration at Styles Appointment”

  • Or, Warnock could be trying to do everthing possible to ensure that Styles gives Palace all the decisions tomorrow . . . 😉

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