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#PLHistory #PremierLeagueStories #PL on 03 September 1993 – #DaveBasset launched furious on Referee after Sheffield United lost to Queens Park Rangers in a controversial match

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  • QPR 2 – Sheffield United 1 – Rangers get crucial three points as Sheffield United boss fumed over refereeing decisions

Sheffield United boss Dave Basset launched a furious attack on referee Keren Barratt of Convetry after his team’s 2-1 defeat at QPR.

Dave Basset said “He made two scandalous decisions concerning Alan Mcdonald. First McDonald ran into Chris Kamara and the referee gave them a penalty which cost us the game. Then McDonald should have been sent off for a professional foul when kamara was through on goal and the referee gave a bounce up.”

The three points were crucial for Queens Park Rangers who had a difficult start to the season and had lost three out of their first four games but after beating West Ham 4-0 a week earlier, the West London side looked back to their best in the game against the Blades. The goals for QPR came from Trevor Sinclair and Clive Wilson.

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