Robinson rants at Gleeson decision
Milton Keynes Dons,
Karl Robinson has reacted angrily to the news that Stephen Gleeson's red card from the victory at Cheltenham will not be overturned.
Robinson described the decision as an "absolute shambles" and remains defiant that Gleeson did not deserve to be sent off. The 24-year-old, dismissed for a slide tackle on Robins' midfielder Sam Deering, now faces a three-match suspension, ruling him out of games against Oldham, Bournemouth and Swindon. Robinson told the Milton Keynes Citizen: "It's a disgrace, an absolute shambles. "They can go shove it - it's us against the world. If they can't see that, it's wrong. "Every Sunday I'm going to write a letter in and ask why certain people weren't booked or sent off. They had better be prepared for an awful lot of letters."