Head Coach Ricky Stuart has held a fiery media conference at Skilled Park on Sunday night following the Parramatta Eels' 28-22 loss to the Gold Coast Titans.
Stuart labelled the last-minute loss "bulls-t" pointing to the heavily skewed penalty count in the Titans' favour.
"We got beaten 50-nil the other week and we copped it on the chin," Stuart said.
"But tonight should've been our game: we were the better team out there and we should've won tonight."
"To have it decided not by the two football teams that's what gives me the sh-ts.
"You can't have a 7-0 penalty count and win a game of football, and yet it shouldn't have been 7-0.
"There's no way my team is that ill-disciplined. And there's no way they were that clean.
"I just feel so sorry for the players, that wasn't right out there tonight."
Despite the controversy over the refereeing and the penalty count, Stuart stopped to praise his team's efforts on the field.
"I'm happy with the boys," Stuart said.
"We're improving. I've got no dramas in regards to performance and the way my team's playing.
"We're just a young team, we're easy to penalise. We haven't got those high-profile players to get the penalties or milk the penalties.
"We've just got to keep learning and growing under adverse situations in regards to how they referee us."