Fulham manager Lawrie Sanchez flew into a rage after his team were knocked out of the Carling Cup by below-strength Bolton.

Greek star Stelios Giannakopoulos won the third-round match 2-1 for Bolton with an extra-time strike, after coming on as substitute and appearing to shove Fulham’s Paul Konchesky off the ball.

But Sanchez was more incensed by referee Steve Bennett’s decision to disallow an earlier effort by Diomansy Kamara.

Sanchez said: “It is ridiculous. These referees are not up to the job and are costing us week-in and week-out. Something has got to be done about it.

“I’m getting fed-up with referees who come to little Fulham and disallow goals for no apparent reason. Whether they think they are coming for a nice trip or something, I don’t know. But we have seen the goal, and it is definitely onside.”

David Healy’s shot hit a post – and when Kamara put the rebound in he was given offside.

Earlier this season a Healy goal – which would have earned Fulham a Barclays Premier League point against Middlesbrough – was erroneously disallowed, according to TV replay evidence.

Asked about Bolton’s winner, Sanchez said: “Our player [Konchesky] says he was definitely pushed in the back by their goalscorer.”