Rossington Main were held to a disappointing 2-2 draw at home to struggling Skegnesss Town.
Main needed a last minute goal to rescue a point, while the visitors ended the game with nine men.
“We’ve not performed against a side that I would expect us to beat and that’s no disrespect to Skegness Town,” said Rossington boss Ryan Hindley.
“We’ve just not turned up. The standards have got to be better if people want to remain at this football club.
“A last minute equaliser will feel like a victory to most teams. It’s not a victory to me. We’ve scraped a draw against a side we should be beating.
“We’ll take a point though and draw a line under it but the performance wasn’t acceptable.”
Skegness grabbed the lead on seven minutes through Dan Stevens before Willie McGhie marked his return to Main with a 37th minute equaliser.
Nicky Frost put the visitors back in front shortly after the restart before Lee Holmes rescued a point with a last gasp penalty.