Macclesfield Town boss Keith Alexander has vowed to make changes after his side's miserable start to the season continued with a 2-0 defeat at Accrington Stanley.
Alexander's charges have yet to register a point or a goal in League Two this term and the Silkmen chief has already had enough.
He said: "These lads have had three or four games now and we simply haven't got going yet - so changes will be made.
"I'm scratching my head at the second-half performance. Obviously in the first half we battled very well and you'd think we've just got to do our jobs and we'd get something out of the game.
"But once again we just did not defend from set-pieces and it was very disappointing."