Date: 10th November 2014 at 12:16pm
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Manager Ian Holloway has admitted his disappointment at the three two loss to Brentford at the weekend.

Speaking to the official site following the game, Holloway was obviously disappointed to have gone two goals down but he was pleased with the fight back again as we levelled the scores and got it back to two all for the second successive game with goals from Lee Gregory and Alan Dunne, but he had to admit that Brentford were worthy winners when they struck their third – an unfortunate own goal from Danny Shittu.

‘We need to start going in front because I think we would all see a different Millwall then. I want us to find that confidence where we believe that the other team won’t score. Unfortunately it’s a bit too easy for sides to get goals against us at the moment.’

Holloway goes on to say that our organisation was sloppy at points, and although we got much better in his eyes in the second period, we just couldn’t get that third goal and give ourselves some breathing room as he felt it was a game where the third goal would be all important.

‘It’s fine margins. The good thing is that we are scoring goals but at the moment it feels like we have to get three or four at home to win a game. It can’t be like that. I’m disappointed to lose and it feels like a bit of a kick in the teeth to be honest. They probably deserved to beat us, which is the first time I can say that.’

Holloway ends by saying that clearly we need to work on things, and he wants to see us give the man on the ball far more options than we were doing in the game and that’s something else he wants to address.

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