Bedfont boss Mick Turtle could not believe his eyes when he had two players sent off for the second time in three weeks on Saturday.
Stephan Coultas and Darren O'Callaghan both received their marching orders in their Combined Counties Premier 1-1 draw at Molesey.
But Turtle's disbelief stemmed from the fact he doesn't believe his team are physical enough!
He said: "I've not got a dirty player in the whole squad. In fact, they're not as physical as I want them to be.
"Most of the red cards have been a joke, and 90 per cent of the yellows have been unfounded.
"Stephen got sent off for retaliation after their bloke was piggy-backing him, and Darren went after calling one of their players a cheat.
"But I'll stick up for my players as there's no lack of discipline, it feels like we're being targeted.
"I actually had a word with them about discipline at half-time as it seemed Molesey were just out to kick us."
Jamandhi Henry gave Bedfont a 15th-minute lead from the spot after Matthew Harrison was brought down, but Molesey levelled with 20 minutes left.
And when they went down to nine-men, it was Mark Gallagher who held them together, and Turtle admits he faces a struggle to hold onto his star man.
He added: "Mark's a quality player. He's actually a striker, but we've been needing to play him at centre-back.
"I know other clubs have been watching him, but I hope he shows more loyalty than other players we have had poached recently for an extra few quid."
Turtle's men visit Horley Town on Saturday, looking for their first win since August.