Stoke manager Tony Pulis calls for referee relegations
Referee relegation worth a look - Redknapp
Stoke manager Tony Pulis has advocated the introduction of a relegation system for referees to stop poor decisions.
Pulis was angry Stoke were denied a penalty on Saturday when Sunderland's Lee Cattermole appeared to handle Kenwyne Jones' header on the goal-line.
And he told BBC Radio 5 live: "Every club should have one vote [annually] and mark referees after every game.
"Then they have a chance of being relegated to the Championship. It would be a great system."
Pulis said that after the game at the Stadium of Light, which Stoke lost 2-0, his players were totally despondent after they felt they were on the wrong end of another example of bad refereeing.
During Stoke's previous Premier League game against Everton, which the Potters lost 1-0, Tuncay had a goal disallowed for a push on Leighton Baines with the score at 0-0 - a decision Pulis, at the time, called "very, very poor".
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