Millwall were very lucky to get a 1-0 win against lowly Fleetwood Town on Tuesday night at The Den and needed goalkeeper Jordan Archer to make a number of great stops to keep a clean sheet.
But at this point in the season, the performance does not matter as much as the points won.
That is a quest that took a blow when both of first choice strikers Lee Gregory and Steve Morison had to go off with knocks against Fleetwood. We need to get them as fit as possible for the rest of the season as we are much less of an attacking threat without them.
It was very frustrating to lose at Coventry in the previous match on Saturday, in the manner in which we did. After being 1-0 up and looking comfortable, I thought we were going to avenge our 4-0 loss at home to the Sky Blues back in August.
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But then we lost midfielder Shaun Williams sent off in an off-the-ball incident on 27 minutes with Coventry player Ruben Lameiras.
From that point it was a struggle, but we still held them for 35 minutes before we got outdone with a wonder strike from John Fleck from 35 yards.
Shortly after that we conceded a second from Marcus Tudgay.
Even if Lameiras made a meal of the incident, Williams has to shoulder a lot of the blame for the result. To get sent off in a situation that could have been avoided is really stupid.
The 1,800 ticket allocation we received at the Ricoh Arena was a joke as the majority of the ground was empty. An extra thousand tickets at least should have been offered to our club.
The over-the-top police presence could have handled a few more supporters. At least a few of our supporters who travelled without tickets managed to get into the ground as common sense prevailed.
We also have a ridiculously small allocation for our last away match of the season at Gillingham. We have only been allocated 1,159 tickets. But at least the Kent side have the excuse of a tiny ground and Millwall have organised a beamback to The Den to allow those who miss out on tickets the opportunity to watch the match live.
Ian Toal is a committee member at Millwall Supporters Club