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Middlesbrough manager Neil Warnock has unleashed a furious tirade at referee Gavin Ward after several contentious calls in a 2-1 defeat against  on Saturday.<br>After Andre Ayew's deflected opener, Boro's Marc Bola was unfortunate to have a goal ruled out, with team-mate Yannick Bolasie penalised for an apparent foul on Jay Fulton despite the Swans midfielder making contact with him first.<br>Visiting midfielder Sam Morsy equalised in the 91st minute, but seven minutes into stoppage time, Swansea were given a penalty although George Saville appeared to get the ball in a sliding challenge with home defender Jake Bidwell.<br>      (image:  )    Middlesbrough boss Neil Warnock unleashed a furious rant after a 2-1 defeat against Swansea<br>      (image:  )    Warnock was completely incensed with several decisions made by referee Gavin Ward (right)<br>  RELATED ARTICLES                    Share this article Share 347 shares    Ayew tucked away the spot-kick to consign Middlesbrough to defeat, leaving Warnock incensed with the officials.<br> <br /> He said after the match: 'They are all heroes, they all want the celebrity status, don't they?<br>'It's wrong.  My lads have been let down by a team of officials who weren't good enough today.<br>      (image:  )    Visiting defender Marc Bola was denied a goal after an apparent foul by Yannick Bolasie<br>      (image:  )    Ward then awarded Swansea a 97th minute penalty, from which Andre Ayew scored the winner<br>'[PGMOL chief] Alan Wiley has got a job on his hands, because they are not good enough, it's not right.  It shouldn't be decided on an official.<br>'Because they've never played the game and don't understand getting kicked, or being conned, they don't know the big decisions. That's what lets them down, all of them.'<br>The result leaves Swansea in third, one point and one place behind Watford in the second automatic promotion spot, while Middlesbrough lie ninth, seven points off the play-off positions. <br>  RELATED ARTICLES                    Share this article Share 347 shares    adverts.addToArray({"pos":"inread_player"})Advertisement
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