Popovic upset with another decision against his side

The Wanderers' boss was once again left frustrated by a call that kept his side from claiming all three points against Adelaide

A disallowed goal for Dimas' in Saturday's 0-0 draw with Adelaide had Western Sydney Wanderers' manager Tony Popovic frustrated with the officiating once again. 

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The Spaniard's goal came after a goal-mouth scramble but was waved off with the official calling a foul during the play. 

Popovic was furious at the call during the match, even getting a talking to from the referee. 

After the game the manager wouldn't say what was being said during the game, but let his frustrations be known. 

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"I just don't want (say) to because it's too many times," Popovic said.

"It's all year, it's every week.

"It's a clear goal, it's a legitimate goal. And he found a way for it not to be a goal."

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