RUDY Funk admitted that Saturday’s defeat at Winterton Rangers represents a low point of his time in charge of Scarborough Athletic.
Despite dominating the first half and enjoying plenty of possession throughout the game, Funk’s charges slipped to a 2-0 defeat to their NCE premier division promotion rivals.
A disappointed Funk said after the game: “This afternoon was one of the lowest afternoons in my managerial career, I am absolutely gutted.
“I am usually upbeat about everything, but I am hugely disappointed with the personnel on the field today.
“My hopes for this club are immense, but my beliefs and what I want to achieve here are not right for this group of players.
“I warned them before the game and I warned them at half-time and you have seen the conclusion, Winterton quite deservedly won 2-0.”
The Boro chief admitted that he was so frustrated by the performance that he needs some time to contemplate his next move.
He added: “When you see the class of players that we have at this club it amazes me the way that we played today.
“To be perfectly honest it is not right, we can’t have fans turning up week-in week-out to see performances like this.
“I will go home and have a long and deep think about certain scenarios and there will be some changes.”