Port Vale boss John Askey complained about referee Josh Smith and Mansfield striker Danny Rose after the Stags were given a controversial second half penalty in the 2-2 draw at Vale Park. Smith felt Rose had been fouled by Leon Legge 15 minutes from time, so gave the spot kick from which the striker put his side 2-1 up. Askey was booked for dissent in the aftermath of the goal, but then saw his team level four minutes into injury time through Nathan Smith. Speaking at his post-match press conference the manager said he was unhappy with both the referee and Rose. He said: “Leon has gone towards the ball and then their player has knocked it. Leon has tried his best to get out of the way and the lad has jumped into him. But we warned the referee about the lad who got the penalty, about his diving and he is always on the floor. So, it is disappointing. Read More Vale v Mansfield “But it wasn’t only that decision. I thought there were a lot of decisions that were poor. “It is always stop start and that is what is frustrating. A lot of games this season… Read full this story
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