Former referee dismisses Middlesbrough red card complaints in Sunderland defeat
Former referee Chris Foy believes Middlesbrough can have no complaints about the red card shown to Dael Fry in their defeat to Sunderland.
Fry was given his marching orders for fouling Ross Stewart as he ran through on goal in the second half. A penalty was also awarded and Sunderland went on to win the game 2-0.
Middlesbrough boss Michael Carrick was furious with the decision, insisting that no foul took place and the Teessiders have appealed to have Fry’s suspension overturned.
However, speaking to the EFL, Foy says that while there is debate over the penalty, the red card was the correct decision.
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