West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce admits he was too upset to do the post-match media conference for defeat at Arsenal last weekend.
Allardyce wrote in the London Evening Standard: "Neil McDonald, my assistant manager, did the press conference after the Arsenal game and said I was angry - he wasn't wrong!
"I asked Neil to go in because I was still going through the match with the squad and, yes, I wasn't pleased the way we conceded two goals in the last eight minutes.
"The second was from a throw-in, which is a complete no-no as far as I am concerned. It wasn't Arsenal's great football, just our poor judgment. At that stage I thought we had a realistic chance of an equaliser, they were tiring, we were getting more spaces to attack and then we conceded a really sloppy goal, then another one before the end."