Manager reflects on 2-1 loss
Millwall boss Ian Holloway couldn't hide his frustration after watching his side slip to a 2-1 defeat against Huddersfield Town on Saturday.
A strike in each half from Nahki Wells - the second a penalty - cancelled out Ed Upson's first-ever Lions goal and ensured Millwall's winless run stretched to four games.
"That's as poor as I've seen us," Ollie said afterwards. "Our performance was flat but the whole game was.
"Their first is after a long ball forward which we should have dealt with but then we go and score what was probably our best goal of the season. I'm pleased for Ed (Upson) and I was waiting for his goal to ignite us.
"But then we go and concede again. I'm fuming to be honest. I couldn't wait to say what I said at half-time but we were worse after that."
He added: "You can't legislate for how bad our passing was at times today. The performance was unrecognisable from most of the others we've put in.
"I can't wait to get back to The Den on Tuesday (against Birmingham). One point from the last 12, as far as I'm concerned, isn't anywhere near good enough and I'm not happy about it.
"It's really difficult for me to talk about because it didn't look like my team out there."