Yeovil manager Gary Johnson with disappointed with a key decision he felt was pivotal to his side losing 3-1 at Notts County.
On-loan Leeds forward Lloyd Sam netted a hat-trick to eventually sink the Somerset club, but up until the 87th-minute the visitors looked like they would hang on for a point after Jonathan Franks cancelled out Sam's opener.
Sam grabbed a second goal after capitalising on an error by goalkeeper Sam Walker, but Johnson believes there was a foul in the build-up.
He said: "I'm gutted for the boys. I thought we would have gone on and won it until that decision.
"The referees tell you that you can go and talk to them afterwards, but I've never been able to do that.
"Okay, we're not fighting for promotion and not battling relegation, so you could it hasn't cost us anything except pride. We'll get over it, but we do seem to get a lot of first-time referees in our games."