IAN Holloway believes Millwall need "one or two organisers" to step up to the plate after they were held to a 2-2 draw by ten-man Blackburn Rovers.
The Lions were pegged back twice by the visitors, who lost Grant Hanley to a red card early in the second half, and Holloway was "fuming" with the manner of the goals.
Rovers' first, scored by Michael Keane, was a header from a corner, before substitute Josh King poked in a stoppage-time equaliser following a long throw into the box.
Holloway said afterwards: "Against ten men we let two set pieces in – one of them was a free header and I'm absolutely fuming.
"It's about the group stepping up and being more organised. If somebody slips or makes a mistake, somebody else should be there to head it out.
"I don't know whether its nerves or a foreboding because of the way the season has gone, but now's the time to step to the plate. We've got to be braver."
Simeon Jackson's 88th-minute penalty looked to have sealed the win for Millwall, who had gone ahead from the spot when Shaun Williams scored after Hanley's dismissal.
And Jackson was denied the killer third goal by Paul Robinson's save shortly before King levelled for Blackburn.
"If Simeon had scored what should have been the third, the game would have been over and it should have been," Holloway added.
"We ended up trying to compensate and be safe instead of just dealing with it. No-one organised it – there was nobody like Danny Shittu who bellows at people.
"We had five or six people going for the same ball, it drops and they score. It's only organisation and somebody has got to step to the plate.
"I can do it from where I am on the touchline but they've got to do it out there, and that's the annoying thing.
"It feels like we've lost because we've dropped two points. We've got to win five out of our last seven games now and we should have won that one.
"I'm fuming because we've dropped two points – but we've got one and it could have been worse.
"We've got to get out of this vision that everything is going to go wrong because I feel that the boys have got that a little bit.
"That's probably because that's what they can remember from previous games, but not for me because I saw lots of positives there. I didn't shout at them.
"We live to fight another day. I'll be devastated when I see the goals on the TV tonight but it's solvable.
"We are where we are for these reasons. We've lost Shittu, who's an immense leader, and we haven't won since he last played against Derby.
"We're hesitant at the moment so we need one or two organisers. Why am I a manager? Because I used to do that as a player, and I need someone to take that out there."
Asked about the game's big decisions, Holloway added:
"Truthfully, I thought the first penalty and the sending off was nowhere near as bad as two or three of the things I've witnessed recently.
"If it was a penalty, then that's a yellow card – I don't know why he's sent him off. It was man to a man and Grant is a big, strong fella.
"Compared to the one we should have had on Tuesday – the two-handed handball – I just don't understand it.
"So we can't blame the referee today, can we? He gave us two penalties and we've scored them both, which is nice and makes a change."