Blackpool manager Ian Holloway was an angry man after seeing his side lose 3-2 at home to Manchester City.
Holloway was forced to watch the game from the stands due to a one-match touchline ban and he may be in further trouble after slamming the performance of referee Phil Dowd.
"The big decisions swung the game their way and Goliath has just walked off with all three points," Holloway told Sky Sports.
"David has been left to fill his slingshot. I wonder what the score would have been otherwise.
"I think David would have been happy and Goliath would have had a mark where we had hit him.
"He's got three massive decisions wrong, which cost my team against one of the so-called big teams.
"For me, we could have been one point behind them if things had gone our way, as they clearly should have done.
"We're getting absolutely bo diddley squat, week in, week out. But there you go, such is life."