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Toronto FC coach unhappy with non-call

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TORONTO (AP) - Toronto FC coach Ryan Nelsen had a lengthy exchange with the fourth official Saturday after his team failed to get a penalty call midway through the first half when striker Jeremy Brockie went down in the New York Red Bulls' penalty box.

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The Toronto manager was still shaking his head after the MLS match, which ended in a 0-0 draw.

``These decisions are game-changers, aren't they?'' Nelsen said. ``They're absolute game-changers.

``He stood on his foot,'' Nelsen said of the Red Bulls defender. ``It was so blatant. The whole crowd saw it.''

Nelsen said the official explanation for the non-call by referee Jorge Gonzalez was that Brockie ``reached his foot back so he could get tripped over.''

``Jeremy Brockie's an intelligent man, but I don't think he's got eyes in the back of his head,'' Nelsen said.

``If he did that on purpose, I'd be amazed. Again I'd rather they'd just say `I made a mistake,' than come up with an excuse like that.''

Brockie called the non-call ``a stone-cold penalty.''

``I asked the ref about it and he said he clipped my ankle but there was no intent. Whatever that means.''

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