Swindon Town boss Paul Sturrock has threatened to make sweeping changes to his side after watching the Robins struggle to beat Morecambe in the FA Cup.
The former Sheffield Wednesday and Plymouth Argyle manager was extremely unimpressed by his side's display although Christian Roberts' late penalty ensured there would be no second round replay at the Conference side's Christie Park ground.
An angry Sturrock fumed: "All day we were second to everything and we couldn't clear our lines at times.
"It was a concoction for disaster. Some players have bitten the dust as far as selection is concerned, because we need to keep our standards high. Not many people impressed me out there.
"Today was one of those days for us. We've seen the good and the bad, but we saw the ugly out there - big time."