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Silly tweet! I can't get over what Burton player did
Ricky Ravenhill column: The Wigan result against all odds has really helped but I’m still angry about the sending off last week.
I’m fuming with what the Burton lad did, who then made it worse by going public on Twitter about how he never got touched and was only doing what he had to do.
It’s frustrating but unfortunately there’s nothing you can do to change it now. I’ve just got to take my medicine and get this ban over as quickly as possible.
But you want to be part of nights like Tuesday, which was a really special one for the players and the fans.
At first it looked like being one of those games when you get no touches on the ball. But I thought we grew into it the longer it went on and looked more and more comfortable.
It was just a matter of seeing it through to the end because our record when it comes to penalties is so good. We’d have taken a shoot-out against a Premier League team before the game.
After the amount of running the lads had done and the mental strain of it, to step up and take penalties like we did was fantastic.
I spoke to young Carl McHugh after the game and he said his head was pounding because he’d been concentrating that much. So for those four lads to put that behind them and still focus on scoring from the spot says so much.
It was a game where everyone stood up to be counted. Carl was great and I was really impressed with Zav, who really put in a shift for the team and spent most of his night at left back.
We’re all devastated for Luke Oliver after his horrible injury and I just hope he has a speedy recovery.
He has been unbelievable in my time here and deserved to get all the awards last year.
Olly’s a fantastic asset for the squad and you always know what you’ll get from him but we’ll have to make do until he is fit to return again.