Weymouth manager Mark Molesley has denied that defender Brennan Camp was singled out for rough treatment in the 2-0 victory over Slough.
Portland-born Camp, on loan from Bournemouth, was on the receiving end of several robust tackles in the first half during the clash of third against fourth.
Camp was caught in the face by the trailing studs of striker Ben Harris as the two tumbled following a 50-50 challenge.
Minutes later, Camp was barged into a wall on the near touchline by Rebels’ midfielder Max Worsford, who earned a booking.
Speaking to Echosport, Molesley dismissed any suggestion Slough had targeted the in-form defender.
He said: “I don’t think they were targeting Brennan.
“Brennan Camp’s a tough, strong-tackling player and a few of them are tough, strong-tackling players.”