Date: 2nd April 2011 at 9:58pm
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Vital Leeds looks at what opposition boss Billy Davies had to say after seeing his side beaten 4-1 at Elland Road.

The manager says that they intend to appeal against the red card shown to Chris Cohen that changed the game.

Speaking on Sky Sports, Davies said, ‘I’ve spoken to our chief executive, Mark Arthur, and we’re definitely intending to appeal the red card. Definitely,’ said Davies.
‘We’ve seen the DVD and the referee said it was for excessive force, but I agree with our chief exec Mark and we’ll definitely go to appeal and see how we get on.
‘You decide for yourselves. You don’t need me to tell you. We all know what took place today.”

Davies also felt had the game finished 11 against 11 his side wouldn`t have been looking at the same score line after 90 minutes.

Speaking on their official website Davies said, “It is a pity the game didn`t finish 11 versus 11 because we totally dominated the first half, we created chances and severely restricted theirs and we didn`t get what we deserved from the game.”

The result sees Forest slip out of the play off places after Reading moved above them on goal difference with a 2-0 win over Portsmouth.

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