Last Updated: Sat, 24 Mar 2012 18:41
Charlton boss Chris Powell was left fuming with referee Carl Boyeson after a 1-0 defeat at promotion rivals Huddersfield.
Powell could not believe Boyeson did not take action over a first-half challenge by Antony Kay on Scott Wagstaff after Jordan Rhodes had scored his 35th goal of the season to set a new club post-war scoring record.
Rhodes fired home from the penalty spot in the 14th minute after Darrel Russell brought down Gary Roberts.
"I've seen it again and it was a disgraceful tackle," said Powell. "I asked the referee to have a look with me and they say come in after half-an-hour, but he says he can't look at it.
"When players do something wrong they get punished, but I want fairness in the game. I just cannot see how anyone could justify restarting play after that with a drop ball."
Kay escaped the first-half booking but was given a yellow card in the second half for a foul which resulted in the dismissal of Charlton midfielder Darrel Russell, who reacted by kicking out at Kay and was given a straight red card. Lee Novak pushed Russell in the chest immediately afterwards and was also booked.
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