Spalding United manager Pat Rayment has slammed Boston Town’s players after the club parted company with bosses Ian Dunn and Matt Hocking.
The duo left Tattershall Road on Thursday – 48 hours after suffering a humiliating 12-0 thrashing at the Sir Halley Stewart Playing Field.
Rayment reckons the players are solely to blame for Boston slipping into the bottom two of the UCL Premier Division – and thinks they should focus on playing, not sounding off on social networking site Twitter.
He said: “I feel strongly about this and have to say something.
“I’ve heard about a lot of ‘tweets’ from their players before and after we played them.
“The truth is, if they put in as much effort on the pitch as they do on Twitter, Dunn and Hocking would still be there.
“There’s some good players there really under-achieving.”