"No," he said. "I’m happy with how we played. I thought our effort was really, really good. I thought we created some real quality chances. Sometimes you don’t get the calls. That’s just the way it is."
On the PK call: I didn’t think it was a PK. Even watching replays I still don’t think it’s a PK. I think
Dwyer heads it first, and then Frei gets it off his head. Well, if a guy heads it, you have to make a save. You should be allowed to make a save, which is what he did: He punched it clear after it came off his head. It’s one of those calls that generally don’t get made against the goalkeeper. … Generally the goalkeeper gets the benefit of the doubt in those situations, but I didn’t even think that was the benefit of the doubt. If you go over the video tape and you watch Dwyer, Dwyer played (32) minutes; just count how many times he was on the ground.
On the offside call: The offsides one too … once a player is behind the ball he’s not offsides. The problem is the linesman – the AR – kept up with the last defender. Well the last defender was unimportant, because all he had to do was keep up with the ball, because the ball was ahead of Neagle. So even if Neagle is ahead of the last defender, you’re never offsides because he’s behind the ball. That was just an error from the AR because of his positioning. But again, it happens. They’re human. We make mistakes, we miss chances. Neagle had a breakaway and missed that. It happens.