AFC Fylde boss Dave Challinor was less than impressed after his side let a half-time lead slip in the 2-1 home defeat to Woking.

The Coasters took the lead in a one-sided first half at Mill Farm, however two goals inside a minute after the break left Fylde just one point above the National League drop zone and Challinor was making no excuses.

“Frustration has become disappointment and now it’s anger. I’m angry after that result. 

“The first half wasn’t great as a spectacle but we’ve scored a goal and had opportunities to go further ahead. 

“Two goals in a minute after half-time completely switched it from us being in control to having the game taken away from us. That’s the frustrating part. 

“After that we didn’t look like a team that wanted to take responsibility and that’s what has made me angry. We had people making decisions that suited themselves rather than the team. 

“We put wide players on and went with two up top but we didn’t play to that and didn’t put the ball into the danger area anywhere near enough. But even when we did, nobody really went in there wanting to score. That is not acceptable and won’t be tolerated. 

“You could say we were unlucky with the first goal when it went through about 18 bodies and deflected into the bottom corner. Things like that don’t tend to happen when things are going your way. On the flip side, you have to then concentrate for the next five minutes or so and make sure you don’t concede again.

“The second goal is a free header from less than eight yards out which also isn’t acceptable. I won’t stand here and say we’ve been unfortunate because that’s just rank bad defending.

“Our restarting of games this season, whether it be from kick-offs, throw ins, corners, free-kicks, hasn’t been good enough and that has to change. It’s massively important and at this level, if you aren’t switched on when the ball is coming back into play, then it will only spell trouble.”