Leeds United v West Ham United: ‘I can’t remember ever being this disappointed’ - Warnock

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Neil Warnock has expressed concerned about the way in which Leeds United conceded an equaliser against West Ham United, believing their to be a foul in the build-up.

“I can’t ask any more, they’ve given me everything,” he said.

“I said to the referee: ‘When you watch Carlton Cole blatantly push Darren O’Dea over, you’ve got to see that’. O’Dea was going to head the ball and then you’re left with Collins against Paul Robinson and Robert Snodgrass.

“He said he was concentrating on the line, but he’s got to see that. He’s headed the ball from where the foul was.

“But West Ham wouldn’t have conceded a goal like that. They would have grabbed each other by the shirt and made sure they didn’t.

“Since I’ve been here we should have won four out of five. We dominated Southampton and should have won today. We’ve dominated two of the best sides in the league and got one point.

“You’ve got to win games like that, I can’t remember ever being this disappointed. I probably have, but I can’t remember.”

3,467 Leeds fans made the trip south to Reading on Saturday.

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