IAN Holloway bemoaned Millwall's luck in front of goal after they suffered a 1-0 defeat to fellow strugglers Blackpool.
Ricardo Fuller's 14th-minute winner came after the Lions had hit the bar and before Steve Morison saw his penalty http://www.ourhealthissues.com saved by goalkeeper Matt Gilks.
Gilks then tipped Martyn Woolford's shot onto the post as Millwall tried in vain to find a way back into the game.
And Holloway said afterwards: "I still can't believe we've lost the game. The last time I came here I lost to ten men and it feels like deja vu really.
"When you create as many chances as we did, you shouldn't lose the game.
"I really liked what I saw at the start. We hit the bar in the first few minutes and it looked like a matter of time before we were going to score.
"One set piece and a penalty save and the game is over. I couldn't keep Steve Morison on there because he had a stiff neck and maybe I should have chucked a centre half up front.
"In a game like that, when they're dropping deep and desperate to hang on to something, I need to be able to win a header and we couldn't.
"Blackpool kept breaking away when we should have been locking them in. We lost our cohesion and our shape and that can happen without a big man to win headers.
"Steve wanted to stay on and was a bit angry when I took him off, but a player's health is more important than anything.
"We had a great result at the weekend and we have just had a bad one, but that's the way things are going for us at the moment."