HUDDERSFIELD Town's Alan Lee wants the Football Association to review the challenge which ended his involvement in Saturday’s game at Tranmere Rovers.
The Town striker, on as 63rd-minute substitute for Lee Novak, was himself replaced by Anton Robinson in the 81st after sustaining a hip injury in a challenge by Ian Goodison.
Lee felt the tackle by the Jamaican international during the 1-1 League I draw at Prenton Park which left Town second warranted a red card.
“The referee (Trevor Kettle) said he didn’t see it, which is frustrating,” said the former Republic of Ireland player.
“If he had seen it, for me, it’s a red card.
“I think the referee needs help from his linesman in that situation but nothing happened.
“He caught me on the hip and I have stud marks on my stomach. I tried to carry on but couldn’t.
“It’s frustrating when things like that happen because those decisions can change games.
“Goodison had a chance to score afterwards and he might not have been on the pitch.
“It looks like it will be reported to the FA and hopefully it will be dealt with that way.”
Lee is hoping the injury won’t prevent him from facing MK Dons at the Galpharm in Saturday’s big promotion showdown.
“Hopefully it’s nothing more than a dead leg, but it was just too bad to carry on,” he said.