The Millers lost two crucial survival points after the 1-1 draw, with Gavin Grant's header cancelling out Lee Williamson's crisp finish for the visitors.
Unfortunately the referee again didn't seem to see it although everyone in the ground thought it was a goal. He is the one who makes the decision but for some strange reason he was the one who didn't see it. That sums up our luck this season and I thought we deserved to win the game. We defended well at times, had the best chances and a winner with six or seven minutes left would have been a just reward.
It was disappointing to concede an equaliser from a corner but I thought we had done enough to get ourselves back infront again. One of our problems is that we just can't seem to keep a clean sheet, that's something we need to address."
Hartlepool is now a crunch game for the Millers this Saturday as the monkey hangers occupy the final relegation spot and arrive at Millmoor with a four point advantage.