Graham Westley bemoaned the unfair treatment his Stevenage side received from referees following their 2-0 win over Crawley.
Boro recorded back-to-back league wins for the first time this season as Peter Hartley nodded home his first goal for the club before Michael Doughty wrapped up the points late on, cutting in from the left and rifling home.
Still Westley was unhappy, however, after Luke Freeman, for the sixth time this season, and Filipe Morais found their way into referee Richard Clark's notebook.
And Westley believes his side's reputation precedes them, insisting he is going to keep a log of his side's disciplinary record to prove it.
"I despair, I watch the game and all I ask for is an even hand, and game after game after game I watch similar fouls from both sides being carded for our side and not for them," he said.
"I saw the referees' chief who watched a video with me and said I was right, there isn't evenness.
"I'm going to write a book on it, take it game by game and show the lack of equality in the decisions."
Westley added: "It was a tough game, it was our defensive resilience and our set-plays which have got us away with it.
"We were focused on getting it right at set-plays and I thought we did that.
"Some of the dynamic players looked like the edge wasn't there, but our work-rate was, our organisation, our togetherness and our care for the three points got us home."