UWE Rosler admits he totally understand the boos which greeted Brentford's FA Cup exit to Wrexham on Saturday.
Back in late October, the Brentford boss had a rant at the Griffin Park crowd when the Bees' first home win in more than two months was greeted by an ironic chant.
But Rosler had no complaints when the fans vented their frustrations at being dumped out of the cup 1-0 by the Conference leaders.
He said: “I totally understand the booing considering the way we played. We are losing too many games at home, so the crwod are not happy, and I am not happy either.”
It was not the first time the Brentford boss had found himself on the receiving end of a cup upset either, as he revealed.
Rosler said: “When I was at Viking Stavanger, we were knocked out of the UEFA Cup by a side from Finland, and that was difficult to take.”
The Bees boss also insisited he would shake up his squad when they travel to Barnet in the Johnstone's Paints Trophy area semi final on Tuesday night.
He added: “There will be changes, and few players can have any complaints if they don't play.”