Sligo Rovers boss Gerard Lyttle says the margin calls are going against his side after they suffered their tenth defeat of the season last night.
St Patrick’s Athletic claimed a 2-0 win at Richmond Park with both goals came in the second half.
Dean Clarke opened the scoring six minutes after the restart and Thomas Byrne grabbed the second from the penalty spot in the final minutes.
But Rovers created a number of chances on the night, and Lyttle felt they should have had a penalty as well.
He spoke with Gavin Cawley at the end of the game…
The Bit O’ Red return to action on Saturday with a home game against Shamrock Rovers at the Showgrounds.