Make no mistake, that was the worst performance of the season by an absolute mile. Twice now we've not been able to cope after the opposition go down to ten men, how we adapt to that is something we need to work on badly.
Wild got his substitutions badly wrong today as well. He was right to have us transition into the 4-4-2 when we did, but why take McAlinden off when him up front is what we were crying out for? King off at the same time raised a few eyebrows for me too, he probably could have gone on just a little bit longer.
Speaking of King, that's one of few positives from today. In the first half you could just tell he was a class above anyone else on the pitch, absolute miracle if we keep him behind January.
Cooper? Didn't do too badly to begin with, fingers crossed he develops on this and turns out to be a half decent signing.
Binnom-Williams felt like he reverted back to the unfit Binnom-Williams we had at the start of the season. There's quite clearly a player in him, but he's starting to prove that he's not consistent enough to keep his individual run of form going. I know Wild has emphasised that he only wants a squad of twenty, but I feel like we should possibly start looking at alternatives at left back purely to keep Binnom-Williams on his feet.
Barnet next, and that's an interesting one for me. They're unbeaten in five, but their results don't really stand out as particularly impressive with three of those games being draws. A couple of weeks ago we could very easily blow them away, but now it looks like it could be another one where we struggle.