Dundee United’s Falkirk flops brought shame on the club with their capitulation against the Bairns on Saturday, according to manager Csaba Laszlo.
The Tannadice boss couldn’t disguise his disgust at the 6-1 humiliation that he admits is a huge set-back for the Tangerines.
And there will be no hiding for any of his players as he seeks to get their promotion bid on track.
Laszlo said: “That was unacceptable. A shame. Yes, you can lose games but not like that.
“Everybody has to look in the mirror and examine what they have done. They cannot hide behind somebody else’s back.
“We didn’t lose just three points – we lost everything we have built up until now.
“After 10 minutes it looked a promising game with the goal but after that it was a disaster.
“You can talk about the artificial pitch or our 11 injuries but this was not Dundee United.
“We have a chairman there who pays the salaries and this is what you give back?
“Fine, if you want to be in the middle of the table but we want to be in the Premiership.
“This was a performance against the fans, the board, the chairman – everybody! I’m sorry. We have to feel the shame.”