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Gary O’Neil reveals what PGMOL told him after Wolves denied late penalty vs Manchester United

Gary O’Neil has been speaking about the controversial decision not to give Wolves a late penalty vs Man Utd...

The Premier League has only been back for one round of fixtures and has already produced a hugely controversial VAR decision.

Wolves were denied a late penalty against Manchester United for what looked to be a blatant foul on Sasa Kalajdzic by Andre Onana.

The referees from the game have been dropped for next weekend’s matches such was the controversy of the decision.

After the match, Gary O’Neil revealed what the PGMOL told him about the decision not to award a penalty.

O’Neil: “He couldn’t believe the on-field referee didn’t give it”

Gary O’Neil claims that Jon Moss believes the referee and VAR should have awarded Wolves a penalty.

O’Neil said: “Jon Moss said it was a blatant penalty and should have been given – fair play to him, he apologised.

“It probably made me feel worse, actually, because you know you are right. I feel worse about leaving with nothing.

“Live, I was told they didn’t think it was a clear and obvious error.”

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