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Wolves have been on wrong end of incorrect VAR reviews five times this season  Gary O'Neil went into the referee's room after controversial defeat at Fulham If Steve Cooper goes, he'll be sacked with honour and walk into another top job - Listen to why on It's All Kicking Of

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Gary O'Neil admitted that he fears his side's respect for officials has cost Wolves this season after his side were on the wrong end of incorrect refereeing decisions for the fifth game this season.

The Wolves boss went into the referee's room after their 3-2 defeat to Fulham and claimed he was told by referee Michael Salisbury that Fulham were incorrectly awarded a penalty and later by PGMOL representatives that both Tim Ream and Carlos Vinicius should have been sent off.

'I had a good discussion with them around the way I conduct myself. I'm trying to be respectful. There was no abusing anybody or telling them what I thought of them. 

'It was just a discussion about the decisions. But do I need to tell Max (Kilman) to roll around on the floor when someone (Vinicius) headbutts him? 

'I don't want to. I don't want Max [Kilman] to roll around on the floor. I want the rules to look after him. Do I want my players to surround the referee and ask for a yellow card for Tim Ream? No,' said O'Neil. 

Gary O'Neil's Wolves have been on wrong end of incorrect VAR reviews five times this season

Gary O'Neil's Wolves have been on wrong end of incorrect VAR reviews five times this season

Wolves have found themselves on the wrong end of a series of penalty decisions this season

Wolves have found themselves on the wrong end of a series of penalty decisions this season

'But behaving respectfully has probably cost us. We're probably seven points down on PGMOL reviews. The difference between 22 points and 15 points for the thousands of supporters who follow this team around the country is huge. 

'The difference between 22 and 15 on my reputation when you're trying to build at a big club is irreparable. You can send me flowers. You can ring me. You can do what you want but we should be on 22 points instead of 15,' added

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