Uwe Rosler has given his thoughts on his sides 3-0 defeat away at Doncaster Rovers on Saturday.
Fleetwood suffered another loss in the league with a brace from Tom Anderson and Alex Kiwomya giving Rovers all three points at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Rosler's thoughts on the game…
“I thought we were really good in the beginning until the first goal went in.
“We were right in it and they didn’t have a plan to break us down, and we looked a threat with Ash Hunter on the left.
“The basics in which we were coaching, my players were doing wrong with throw-ins, where we let them turn.
“Confidence was down when the first went in and that’s understandable in the situation we are in, and then the second goal came from a mistake.
“At half-time we tried to go for it like we have done in the past, and then the third goal came and it showed how naïve we are at this moment."
On the manner of the goals…
“I think there is much to say. I have to stay professional.
“I won’t criticise players in public, I will do that internally as we’ve always done.
“We will analyse the match but the manner in the goals aren’t very good."
The impact of Hiwula and McAleny had in the second half…
“When you are two goals down I said to the players if we stay in the game and get that goal back.
"They will get nervous and who knows.
“The third goal went in and in the manner that it happened, it was unacceptable."