Drama no fun for Sanchez

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Manager Lawrie Sanchez lamented the "usual drama at the Cottage" after claiming Fulham had been the victims of poor refereeing yet again in the 2-2 draw with Blackburn.

Danny Murphy fired Fulham ahead with a 51st-minute penalty, awarded after Ryan Nelsen´s clumsy challenge on Diomansy Kamara, but Sanchez felt his side should have been awarded two more spot-kicks.

"We´re not getting any decisions," he said. "I´ll be writing a letter to Keith Hackett for him to show at his weekly conference."

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