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Charlton boss Robinson: How did Shrewsbury escape any cards in late melee?

By Richard Cawley

Karl Robinson was left amazed that Shrewsbury Town failed to pick up a single booking in a late skirmish which saw two Charlton players booked.

The Addicks lost 2-0 to the League One automatic promotion-chasers.

And a Kashi foul on Abu Ogogo sparked scenes of confrontation between both sets of players. Referee Christopher Sarginson ended up cautioning Kashi and Josh Magennis.

Jay Dasilva went off with an injury shortly before that and Robinson said: “Another late challenge behind him. He gets caught. It baffles me – we got four players booked and they got none.

“Some of their tackles were bad as well. There was a melee. The referee lost control. I’m not making excuses – we were rubbish.

“There were four of their players around Kashi [after the foul] and not one of their players gets anything out of the melee.”

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One thought on “Charlton boss Robinson: How did Shrewsbury escape any cards in late melee?

  • Family - Stephen Jones

    Really KR really if that’s all you’ve got to moan about god help us.

    Get your tactics right stop trying to accommodate players. JM ain’t no out and out striker it’s 442 back to basics.


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