Peterborough United chairman Darragh MacAnthony has branded their season a "disaster" in a scathing attack on the club's staff.Posh, who are bottom of the Championship and nine points from safety, face Preston and former manager Darren Ferguson on Tuesday. [LNB]MacAnthony told the club's website: "I have to apologise to all Posh fans for this season up until now. [LNB]"It's been nothing short of a disaster, I can understand their frustrations." [LNB]He added: "I am done with defending the players, the previous management, current management and everyone else at the football club top to bottom. [LNB]"Our club took chances on many of our players when nobody else did and rewarded them all with good long-term contracts that included the promotion bonuses and wage rises. [LNB]"They in turn repay the club with below-par performances."