Date: 12th February 2007 at 10:58am
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Cardiff City manager Dave Jones was left dissappointed after seeing his side battle back from a goal down, only to lose their lead following the sending off of Glenn Loovens.

‘At 2-1 we were comfortable and there was only one team going to win it and that was us. If anything we were going to go on and score a third but the sending-off changed all of that and gave them hope.’

Jones was also critical of the referee, Graham Poll who was roundly booed by both sets of supporters.

‘You never know what you are going to get with Graham. It definitely changed the game and probably for the first time in my career I had to change things to try and hold on for a point.’

Coventry caretaker Adrian Heath also wanted to talk about the referee’s performance but restrained himself for fear of the repercussions:

‘I don’t really want to talk about Graham Poll’s performance otherwise I will get into trouble.