Ronnie Moore was left fuming with his Hartlepool United players after the 2-1 home defeat to Crawley Town.
But who, if anyone stood out?
Reporter Richard Mennear gives his player ratings here:
Trevor Carson: 7. Kept Pools in the game first half with some good saves. Was unlucky with the opening goal as he'd made a brilliant save in the build-up.
Luke Hendrie: 6. Defended well and looked comfortable going forward. Moved into the centre after Harrison's red card.
Scott Harrison: 6. Had a busy afternoon against Rhys Murphy and Matt Harrold. Red carded harshly, replays showed he shouldn't have been sent off.
Magnus Okuonghae: 6 Won his share of headers, lack of communication between him and Carson though at times.
Dan Jones: 5 Poor distribution, rarely made a successful pass first half. Subbed after an hour after cut to the face.
Rhys Oates: 7. MOM. By far Pools' most positive player, full of running and produced a couple of decent crosses.
Brad Walker: 4. Didn't impose himself on the game and allowed the Crawley midfield to boss the play. Poor. Subbed at half-time.
Nicky Featherstone: 5. Poor from Featherstone, passes going astray and too many miss-kicks. Moved to right-back after sending off.
Jake Carroll: 4. Showed few glimpses of his attacking threat. Ronnie Moore needs more from him, his patience has ran out. Subbed at half-time.
Rakish Bingham: 5. Feeding off scraps. Should have tested the keeper more late on.
Billy Paynter: 6. Saw a couple of headers go over the bar, aside from that had very little to work from. Scored a late consolation.
Michael Woods: 6. Added a bit of bite to the midfield. Booked late on.
Jason Banton: 6. Added a spark into Pools' play. Kept swapping wings with Rhys Oates and worked hard, needs to work on final ball though.
Michael Duckworth: 6. Back after his hamstring injury. Looked steady at left-back.
Walton: 6 (Jenkins, 6)
Bradley (C): 6
Fenelon 6 (Scales, 6):
Murphy 7 (Deacon, 6)
Referee: Mark Heywood (West Yorkshire) 4/10 Made a big error with the Scott Harrison sending off. Harrison was clearly turning away from ball when it hit his shoulder.