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MetiNews.Com - The veteran boss was unhappy with an effort ruled out for offside
Breaking News ! Middlesbrough boss Neil Warnock launched into an epic rant after seeing his side denied three points against Reading on Saturday. The veteran manager with a second-half effort by midfielder Jonny Howson ruled out for offside at the Riverside Stadium. It was one of the rare highlights in a goalless draw between the two sides. Chances on goal were few and far between and there was just one shot on target all game. Find out how you can get the latest news from BerkshireLive delivered straight to your inbox Warnock was displeased with the linesman for flagging Howson offside in the 69th minute after he had shot across Rafael from close range and into the corner of the net. In his post-match press conference the 71 year old fumed at the decision, but also reserved some rare praise for Reading's display. He said: "When you look at their [Reading's] four games they haven't had much possession. "They're well organised and look to catch you on the break so we had to be really on our game today. "We had to be organised and not worry about beautiful football and things like that. "We knew it would be a pretty dour game but we had to match that. "We thought one goal would do it and we scored that. It was a great goal. "It disappoints me that a linesman looking straight across can't see that it's onside. Read More Related Articles Reading FC manager Veljko Paunovic on Boro stalemate, Joao, defensive solidity and team spirit Read More Related Articles Morrison shines but attackers disappoint - Reading FC player ratings after Middlesbrough draw "Even their IT lads were telling us [it was onside]. That disappoints me.
. "I think it's easier to put your flag up and you think he might not have made a mistake, but it's wrong. "It's three points gone. "A travesty" "When [George] Saville played the ball in, there was a kid in the middle of the goal who is half a yard inside Jonny. "It's a travesty really. "But they [Reading] looked a strong, solid side. You can understand how they win games. "If teams do become open - that's why I couldn't put [Patrick] Roberts on because then they'd pass though us. "They've got some good players."
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