Mike Dean predicts an unsettling penalty following the Luton Town vs. Wolves debate

BirminghamLive has the most recent Wolverhampton Wanderers news as former referee Mike Dean discusses the penalty call at Kenilworth Road.

Mike Dean makes worrying penalty prediction after Luton Town vs Wolves  controversy - Birmingham Live

Former Premier League official Mike Dean feels that Luton Town’s penalty against Wolverhampton Wanderers should not have been given.

At Kenilworth Road, the teams tied 1-1, with Pedro Neto scoring the game’s first goal after Jean-Ricner Bellegarde was dismissed just before halftime. Then, in the second half, Luton was given a contentious penalty, which the home team’s Carlton Morris converted.

Dean told Sky Sports about the incident: “I didn’t think it was [a penalty].”Gary [O’Neil] has obviously spoken with the fourth official, and judging from what he said to him, the fourth official’s high hand kind of gates the deflection.

C to block the cross and it’s come off his foot or his knee, again, it might have even hit him in the chest. And if that’s what they’re suggesting, then there will be a lot of penalties for the upcoming weeks where his hands are up there, the ball deflected off his head, flicked his head, and then hit his hand.

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