UWE Rosler blasted the boo-boys after Brentford ended their winless streak on home soil against Chesterfield .
Dale Bennett 's late header earned the Bees their first win in seven games at Griffin Park .
The hosts were booed off at half-time, and boss Rosler has urged the supporters to get behind the team for 90 minutes.
He said: “The one negative thing today is a small fraction of our supporters.
“As a group, our first aim is to create a good atmosphere. We have great support but the frustration in the last few home games has grown and grown.
“People should judge us on what they see on the day. If today isn't good enough, then I don't know what is.
“When they were singing a song about how **** you are, when you're winning, it's my responsibility as the manager to raise that because they're hurting the players, staff, directors and loyal supporters of this football club.
“I ordered my players to go to the fans after the game and half of them didn't want to. That's alarming.
“We are a unit and can only achieve things together. “
Brentford earned their first three points at home since August, with Sam Saunders and on-loan Watford defender Bennett on target for the Bees.
Rosler added: “It's not only a relief for me but for everyone.
“A big compliment to the players who performed under pressure. The results in the last six home games have not been satisfying for everybody connected with the club, but we turned it around with an impressive performance.”
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