TOMMY Miller labelled Tuesday’s home defeat by Bury as ‘rubbish’ after a 1-0 reverse.
The midfielder, caretaker manager alongside Darren Ward, admitted the Robins came off second best across the 90 minutes as a first half goal from the Shakers secured the points.
He said: “It was rubbish really and we weren’t at the races. We didn’t perform and never got going. Perhaps the lads thought it would be easier than they thought, but it didn’t happen for us tonight.
“There was a general lack of everything. We went a goal down and there was no fight or urgency. We didn’t look like a side towards the top of the table that’s for sure.
“We have had a few opportunities to take the top of the table spot and we have got in a great position, but the home games have let us down. We got what we deserved, which was nothing.”
The experienced middleman then offered his views on the future of the Town managerial position.
He said: “It wasn’t good enough and Darren and I will have a chat. We are players and need to look at things. I think there will be a sit-down with the Chairman within the next 24 hours and see where we go.
“The quality and final ball wasn’t there so I think it will need someone to come in with a fresh voice.”