MOTORS boss Carl Macauley was incensed on Saturday after the referee sent off Lee Furlong - and gave two different versions of why the striker had been dismissed!
Furlong appeared to be the victim of an off-the-ball head-butt from Farsley's Chris Stabb just before the hour mark.
The ref sent both players off and when Macauley asked why, he was told Furlong's red was because he had used foul and abusive language.
Macauley said: 'I accepted that as a reason, but after the game the referee changed his mind and put it down as violent conduct. Lee didn't raise his hands to the lad. Their manager agreed that he should never have been sent off.
'I don't normally criticise refs but this one was poor.'
Macauley was also angered to see what seemed to everyone a perfectly good Anthony Wright goal ruled out for offside five minutes from time.
Up until then, the Motormen had looked to be heading for a well-deserved draw, - but their disallowed goal was followed by an injury-time winner for Farsley's Simeon Bambrook.
Vauxhall had grabbed the lead on the half-hour mark when the ball fell invitingly for Tom Field to hit a sweet 20-yard strike beyond the reach of Celtic keeper Tom Morg an.
Three minutes later it was 1-1 when Gareth Grant latched on to a long ball, went round Sean Lake in the Motors goal and squared the ball to Ryan Sugden to equalise.
Celtic took the lead just before the break when Motors failed to clear their lines from a corner and Grant profited.
Motors drew level on 74 minutes when Joe McMahon headed a cross on to Karl O'Donnell to convert inside the six-yard box.
A draw looked on the cards but then Bambrook hit home a direct free kick from 20 yards deep into added time.
VAUXHALL: Lake, Moogan, Woodyatt, McMahon, McNulty, Griffiths, O'Donnell, Field, Wright, Furlong, Whittaker. Subs: Macauley, Longrigg, Rooney, Garrity, Spellman.