Apr 9 2012 By Greg Burns
'EMBARRASSED' Blues boss Gary Waddock was at a loss to explain his side's dismal performance in their defeat at Chesterfield.
The Wanderers chief was fuming after their 4-0 hammering at the b2net Stadium that left their staring at an immediate return to League Two.
“We let everybody down it is as simple as that," he said. "We let the supporters who travelled up here down. There is not one aspect of our play today that was good. We didn't get close enough to them and made them look like a very, very good side.
“We gave them too much time and room on the ball, we didn't work their goalkeeper – I could be here for two or three hours. I just feel for the supporters because we have not given them anything to cheer about or go home with because of that display.
“We have to make sure we respond at home and give the fans something to cheer about. We didn't today and that is what I am embarrassed about."
Waddock pointed the finger at his players are they rolled over against rock-bottom Spirerites and lost all the fight they had shown to score three injury-time equalisers in a row.
He said: "When you are out on the field of play you have to stand up and be counted and we didn't today. In recent weeks we have showed a lot of character, a lot of fight and spirit to get back into games. I didn't see it today."
The result looks to have condemned Wycombe, four points from safety, to the drop but Waddock refuses to throw in the towel ahead of games against Oldham, Charlton, Notts County and Sheffield Wednesday.
He said: "It is still there for us but if we perform like that it isn't there. This group of players are very good at responding. We have four very tough games but it is there for us."