IAN Holloway admitted it was the same old story for Millwall after they lost 2-1 to Leeds United at Elland Road.
Holloway cut a frustrated figure in his post-match press conference as he picked through the pieces of another disappointing result.
The Lions, who had 60% of possession, 14 shots and eight corners, spurned several chances to add to DJ Campbell's strike – but were undone by sloppy defending.
Leeds had established a two-goal lead by half time courtesy of Matt Smith's looping header direct from a throw in and Ross McCormack's close-range finish.
Holloway said: "I don't need to say that we should have got something out of that, do I?
"I thought we started better than them and I can't believe they can back-header a goal from a throw in without creating absolutely bo diddly.
"Then we're breaking down the touchline, right in front of me, and we make a wrong choice by playing the ball in front of someone instead of in to the open grass.
"McCormack gets in – and how he gets in I don't know because I was looking at where the ball should have gone – and how cruel is that?
"That's life for us, that's the way it's going and I still can't believe we haven't got something."
He added: "It is about choices. If they get a throw in, no way should one fella head it and the ball go in the bottom corner of our net.
"If you saw the chances we created before that, which we should have scored from, it is very frustrating."
Asked whether he was pleased with his side's display after the break, Holloway said: "I can't say I'm pleased at the moment, I'd rather rip your head off and kick it down the street.
"You only want the truth, don't you?
"That's what I'd rather do than sit here and answer a load of bullshit questions, which I don't want to do. I'd rather get home, dust myself down and start again on Tuesday.
"What's annoying me is that I keep seeing things that are good but I am not sure whether I should keeping saying 'that's unlucky' or 'keep doing that' because time's running out.
"From my point of view, the quality of the goal that DJ got and the way we got back into it with a change of tactics were both positive.
"John Marquis was so unlucky at the start of the second half – how his knock back didn't drop to Scott McDonald I do not know.
"There is a lot of frustration really because if we'd have scored first, Leeds would have been on their knees because I've never sensed Elland Road like that."