ANDY Scott will today sit down with his players and thrash out a core group of penalty takers to avoid the sort of farce which occurred in the last minute at Exeter on Saturday.
With Kevin O'Connor already having missed a penalty during Brentford's 4-2 win, the Bees were awarded another in injury-time at St James Park.
What followed was an unseemly tussle between Myles Weston and Robbie Simpson, with both determined to take the spot-kick.
Eventually, an angry Simpson was led away by O'Connor, before Weston went on to miss his penalty too.
Bees boss Scott said: "We need a core group of three penalty takers, and we will be getting it sorted out before our next game.
"I don't mind people taking another if they miss them, I would have had no problem with Kevin O'Connor taking the second penalty. But I didn't particularly want Myles Weston taking one.
"The trouble is, when you are so far away from what is going on, it's hard to influence it, so we need to make sure it sorted beforehand.
"We need to get it sorted as the next time it happens might be in a far tighter game. At least it happened this time when we were 4-2 up."