Joaquin Caparros admitted to feeling a sense of injustice about Mallorca’s defeat at Getafe, suggesting that the red card shaped the game.
Caparros’ side saw their unbeaten start to the season ended by Luis Garcia Plaza’s team with a 1-0 defeat, with the visiting Coach left feeling angry at what might have been, had Ximo Navarro not been sent off.
“I will not talk about it. I’m not talking about the referee,” he fumed at reporters after the game.
“It is a shame, because we were very involved in the game, very focused, we began to move forward and create chances.
“With one man less we dropped a level but even then we still had chances. I am angry because this could have been a positive result.
“We lacked that bit of luck that we have had in other games. The chances for Nunes and Arizmendi could have gone in, but this is how it is. It has been a titantic effort and I have again seen a winning team.
“We had started the game well, we have looked like a team. We were good in the wings and our team was looking dangerous.
“We were combining well and doing great on the field, but everything has happened so fast that I do not know what could have been [but for the sending off].”