Stoke boss disappointed to end season with loss

Stoke manager Tony Pulis admits he was disappointed to end the season with another loss.

The Potters lost at home to Wigan, following a second-half goal from Latics striker Hugo Rodallega.

Pulis said: “We took the first half and it was really disappointing that we didn’t come in winning the game.

“They rode their luck a little bit in certain areas and there were some generous decisions that also went their way – but I’ve got to be careful not to incur the wrath of the FA.

“In the first 20 minutes of the second half we were poor. We started as if the game had already been won and it was all over.

“Wigan were fighting for their lives and although we got some balls in the box we never look scoring in the second half.

“It’s gone Wigan’s way – they rode their luck and good luck to them.”




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