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Copy from Football Unlimited of 01/02/2006.
A controversial late penalty denied Ipswich a Championship double over promotion-chasing Leeds. The home side looked home and hosed against their strangely toothless visitors, but with less than five minutes to go Jason De Vos was penalised for handball in the area - somewhat harshly, as he was being pushed over at the time. Amid wild boos, David Healy calmly dispatched the resulting penalty and made off with a crucial point.
Joe Royle was not happy. "First off, it wasn't a corner," Royle said. "I've told the referee that he's going to be embarrassed when he sees this. Rob Hulse barges into him. How can the ref see the handball and not the foul? I'm the first to say they've got a hard job, but Christ almighty, they make it hard for themselves sometimes."
His opposite number Kevin Blackwell was slightly more laconic, responding with a succinct "No" when asked whether the referee had awarded Leeds a slice of luck. Blackwell's reluctance to engage in banter was understandable, as Leeds barely deserved their point.