ON THIS DAY – MARCH 20, 2010

BOSS Eddie Howe said he had no sympathy for Jeff Goulding following the striker’s quickfire sending off during Cherries’ dispiriting 3-2 defeat at Grimsby.

The frontman saw red for his part in an off-the-ball incident involving Mariners’ on-loan defender Jude Stirling, just seconds after Goulding had come off the bench.

Goulding, who had replaced Brett Pitman in the 70th minute, received his marching orders without having touched the ball after allegedly elbowing Stirling.

His rush of blood left Cherries a man short for the final 20 minutes, with Grimsby substitute Ashley Chambers profiting to grab a dramatic injury-time winner.

Lee Bradbury and Liam Feeney struck for the visitors. Defeat left Cherries third in the League Two table.

Cherries: Jalal; Bradbury, Garry, Bartley, Wiggins; Feeney, Robinson, Hollands, Connell (McQuoid, h-t, Partington, 72); Pitman (Goulding, 70), Fletcher.

Unused subs: Igoe, Cummings, Thomas (g/k).

Grimsby: Colgan; Bore, Atkinson, Stirling, Widdowson; Coulson (Chambers, 81), Sweeney, Sinclair, Devitt (Hudson, 90); Peacock, Akpa Akpro.

Unused subs: Stockdale, Leary, Wood, Wright, Overton (g/k).

Referee: Rob Shoebridge (Derbyshire).

Attendance: 4,428 (inc 149 away fans)