Date: 31st January 2013 at 9:34pm
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Ian Holloway was so incensed following the loss to Huddersfield that he refused to speak to the media, leaving assistant manager Keith Millen to vent about the challenge on Mile Jedinak.

Quoted by the Croydon Advertiser after the game, you only need a few short quotes to get the flavour.

‘I saw the challenge at the time and thought it was an elbow. The video footage shows he swung his arm. Sometimes you have to move your arms and you catch people, but to do that much damage to someone’s face is more than just an arm being put out there. He’s caught him and it’s not the first time he’s done it. It’s just not acceptable, and what annoyed us after the game was the reaction, that there was no remorse from Huddersfield and that’s what upset us all.’

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