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Millen Says 'Unbelievable'

Millen Says 'Unbelievable'

City boss Keith Millen was left wondering where it had all gone wrong after watching his side go 2-0 up and odds on front three points only to end up with nothing in the final 20 minutes.

Goals from Jobi McAnuff, Adam Le Fondre and Mathieu Manset turned a game that City should have won on its head and Reading made off with all three points in a dramatic end to the game.

But the Robins boss was not happy that Albert Adomah had a goal disallowed in the third minute. Hewas given offside in the build-up to his strike, with replays suggesting the officials got it wrong.

Millen said: 'It's probably the hardest defeat that we've had to accept.

'We had a fantastic 65 minutes and should have been three-up at half-time.

'We've seen Albert's goal and he was two yards onside so the officials have made a bad decision.

'For them to even get back in the game was unbelievable.'


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Writer:Andy999
Date:Wednesday September 28 2011
Time: 1:21PM

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