Holloway calls for video technology

Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock on Monday criticised referee Phil Dowd for missing two penalties for his side against Sunderland, while Michael Oliver was also under the spotlight for his officiating of Sunday's Manchester derby.

Millwall boss Holloway felt he himself was on the end of some incorrect decisions, and had a touchline bust-up with Blackburn counterpart Gary Bowyer before being sent to the stands, in Tuesday night's 2-2 draw at The Den.

And afterwards Holloway pulled no punches in a rant about the current state of the game.

"The game's gone a little bit crazy I think

Look at the game on Monday night (Palace/Sunderland)

A penalty after 25 seconds but the ref got it wrong

"Let's make sense of this

UEFA, FIFA, we are sick of mistakes

We've got the cameras at all these grounds - Premier League, Championship.

"It's human error, the eyes aren't quicker than the ball

There is so much on this, just get the fourth official in the stand and get the decisions right with a camera!

"Man City should have had two penalties

The fourth official with a camera would have definitely got that right and it would have been 2-0

Man United might not have liked it but how many did they get over the years that weren't right?

"We all have to buy into it and then every referee would be able to get it right

What's happening to football at the moment cannot, cannot, cannot be right!

"Give them (the officials) those (camera) angles so they get it right

It'd take five seconds, that's all

And none of us would be talking about anything other than a magnificent game of football!"

Source : PA

Source: PA