Blackpool manager Ian Holloway was furious with three refereeing decisions that cost his side in the 3-2 defeat to Manchester City on Sunday.
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Seasiders striker Gary Taylor-Fletcher had a goal ruled out after team-mate Elliot Grandin was flagged for offside, and City’s opener was allowed to stand despite Carlos Tevez being offside.
Tevez’s second, less than a minute after Marlon Harewood equalised to make it 1-1, stood despite David Silva appearing to trip Ian Evatt while the Blackpool defender was in possession.
And Holloway, who was serving a one-match touchline ban and had to watch the game from the stands, told Sky Sports 1: “They (the Football Association) talk about respect, they have got to get those (decisions) right.
“Three goals. Our goal, Elliot Grandin was offside, but it went to Taylor-Fletcher and he scored.
“Their goal, Tevez was offside with the back-heel, I’ve just seen it all. He was offside and came across him an actually scored when he was offside.
“The second was a foul on my defender, absolutely blatant and I’m supposed to stand here and say respect everything they do and everything they say.
“Well, I’m sorry, I just saw all of that on the television, heartbreaking.”
He added: “I think he (referee Phil Dowd) has got three massive decisions wrong, which cost my team having played so well against one of the so-called big teams who have just gone second.
“We could have been one point behind them today if things had gone our way, as they clearly should have done.
“I’m probably the smallest manager of the smallest team in the Premiership and we are getting absolutely Bo Diddley squat week-in, week-out. But there you go, such is life.”