"As good as Rovers were, we were equally as bad.
"Whilst we may have had 9 players unavailable for selection, I was still confident we had a good chance of winning this game and progressing in the competition with the 14 lads available.
"It speaks volumes about just how poor we were in this game, when we shipped five goals and the goalkeeper still gets man of the match.
"We need more commitment to training and attendance and that has to start to influence my selection, because the style of football we should be playing takes work away from match days and this game was evidence of that.
"We now need to pick ourselves back up again and bounce back to winning ways, with a tricky home match this weekend against Tydd".
The Azzurri host Tydd FC this Saturday in the PDFL Premier Division, with a 2pm kick-off. Click here for more details.