Jock Hay didn’t mince his words after Edinburgh Capitals were beaten 6-3 at Murrayfield by play-off chasing Dundee Stars.
The former Murrayfield Racers forward said the squad shot themselves in the foot with horrendous defending.
Capitals also lost 4-2 at home to Guildford Flames on Saturday but Hay felt they were unlucky not to get something out of the game.
However, he described Sunday’s horror show as like night and day to Saturday.
And he is disappointed that Capitals have failed to take anything from a recent run of fixtures.
The going, according to the co-coach, gets tougher.
The playcaller desperately wants to players to cut out costly individual errors and take pride in their performance. He felt that was missing on Sunday.
This weekend, they visit Dundee Stars on Saturday and host Milton Keynes Lightning on Sunday.
And Hay is looking for an improvement.