MK Dons manager Karl Robinson launched a scathing attack on some members of his playing staff following Tuesday’s 3-0 loss away to Carlisle.
The result left the Dons 10th in League 1, 10 points off the play-off places.
Robinson was furious with his players following the final whistle in Cumbria, ”I gave them a chance. No more. The players have no excuses. They’ll have individual meetings on Wednesday,
And some will be told they might have played their last game for me.”
He went on to say ”I can’t put that team back on the pitch again together.”
The Dons have suffered dent to their squad in recent days as Shaun Williams, Jordan Spence and Patrick Bamford have left he club. Williams was sold to Millwall, while Spence and Bamford ended their loans at Stadium:MK. Spence is back at West Ham while top scorer Bamford moved up a division to Steve McLaren’s Derby.
Fans are calling for chairman Pete Winkleman to invest in the club to get the Milton Keynes club challenging for the play-off places this season.
Boss Robinson revealed he wants “to bring four in” with the emphasis on defence.
The MK Dons manager has been at the club three seasons, two successive 5th place finishes ended in back to back play-off semi final defeats while they finished 8th last season.