Boa Morte's discontent with Winter
By Paul Higham. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
FULHAM forward Luis Boa Morte is bitterly disappointed to have two penalty claims turned down by referee Jeff Winter during their 1-0 defeat by Arsenal.
The Portuguese star was felled twice by Sol Campbell as The Cottagers slipped to a 1-0 loss at the hands of Arsene Wenger's men, courtesy of a freak own goal by Steve Marlet.
Boa Morte was trying to impress against his former employers and feels he had a legitimate case for at least one penalty.
Campbell firstly came flying into him inside the box and bundled him over without touching the ball.
The second incident saw Campbell appear to trip Boa Morte just inside the box but referee Winter waved away both appeals, to the annoyance of Boa Morte.
"I'm very disappointed, the first one was definitely a penalty," said Boa Morte.
"The second one is a difficult one. I don't know what the referee's position was like for that.
"But the first was clear cut, the player just bundled me to the floor."