IAN Holloway has been Millwall boss for little over a month, but he has already come to realise that the big decisions rarely go the Lions' way.
Holloway is demanding "fairness" from officials after being left aggrieved by the non-award of a penalty against Bolton last weekend.
The visitors were awarded a spot kick of their own when Danny Shittu was penalised for a handball, and Holloway is growing frustrated by what he sees as double standards.
He said: "I saw two penalties at least. David Wheater dived on the floor and the ref said the ball hit his chest, but I can show you that it didn't and he made himself bigger.
"Is he a goalkeeper or what? I don't understand it, but maybe that is why I am not a trained referee.
"We don't get anything here do we? Not in a million years. No one likes us, we don't care – but I do care, to be honest. I want fairness.
"If it's handball for them, it should be handball for us. I just want referees to get it right."