IAN Holloway wants video technology to be used in football after becoming "sick and fed up" of bad decisions going against Millwall.
The Lions will use footage of Andy Wilkinson's red card against Blackburn Rovers to mount a retrospective appeal, but Holloway says that facility should be available during matches.
Holloway was removed from the dugout by referee Darren Deadman after losing his cool over Wilkinson's dismissal.
Afterwards, he said: "We all know, because we can see replays of everything, that referees get things wrong.
"I watched the Crystal Palace game on Monday and they should've had a penalty after 25 seconds. Phil Dowd got it wrong again.
"We're sick of mistakes. We've got the cameras in our grounds – in the Premier League and the Championship – to spot human error. You don't need it in the parks.
"The eyes aren't as quick as the ball and there is so much riding on this, so get the fourth official watching a monitor in the stand and get these decisions right.
"Unless someone carries the banner on this, we are just going to wimp out and let FIFA dictate to us. I am sick and fed up of it.
"Referees are human beings and they're getting so much said about them and it's not right. They get pulled to pieces on Match of the Day every Saturday.
"We've got to all buy into it and then every referee will be able to get it right.
"I said this when I got into the Premier League with Blackpool. Sir Alex Ferguson said 'shut up son, we’d be here all day'. But then he moaned about decisions!"