Pulis left to rue Potters luck
Stoke manager Tony Pulis has expressed his disappointment at the officials during yesterday`s match against Wolves. The Potters, leading 2-0 at the break, were pegged back to 2-2 during the second period and there were some questionable decisions to say the least.
Jody Craddock was at least a yard offside as he bundled in his first of the afternoon shortly after the break and Pulis was not happy that his side were on the wrong side of a debated call yet again.
"The goal so soon after the break gave them a massive lift, but we`re not happy because it was a poor decision in the first place to give the free-kick and then Craddock was a yard and a half offside at the far post" the former Plymouth manager said after the match.
He did however complement the players on how far they have come since promotion just over a year ago. "Its disappointing that we didn`t hold on to our lead, but that says a lot about how far we have come that we feel that way after two wins and two draws in the last four games".
Your bang on TP it was disappointing but considering we are 9th in the league after playing the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool, Man Utd and Spurs. It aint all bad!