Weymouth boss Mark Molesley, his players and the Bob Lucas faithful were raging on Saturday evening at what they perceived to be an unjust conclusion to their Vanarama National League South fixture with Eastbourne Borough.
It was a game that ended with a number of key incidents going dramatically against the home side, reports Dill Butcher for the Dorset Echo.
Instead of celebrating a comfortable victory, the game was to end 2-2 after Charlie Walker, who had escaped a red card moments earlier, popped up with a last ditch goal for Borough, a justifiably livid Molesley was left to rue three key decisions in those closing stages that were to cost his team two points.
Afterwards, when asked if he felt his team were robbed, Molesley replied: “I think that’s a good word to be used.
“Ultimately my players have done everything to win that game of football and had it taken away from them by some inept officials.”