'Jol out' rung out as time was called on the Whites' latest loss, with that anger continuing to spill over as he trudged across from the managers' bench to the tunnel.
"It is not the nicest period of my life, I have to stay," Jol said.
"I can understand [the fans' anger], of course. You don't enjoy that, but the first half they were behind us because they could see us playing with a good rhythm, creating a few chances.
"But the second half, if you are 1-0 down, then 1-1 and then 2-1 down, you get this sort of criticism.
"You need points, you need wins. But I think, especially in the first half, we were good enough to score three goals and we didn't.
"The only disappointing thing is if you don't score goals, you should be capable of getting a result, a 0-0 for example. That was terrible after scoring."
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