LEE Bradbury was hugely disappointed and upset by the manner of the Hawks’ exit from the FA Cup.
His side suffered a shock 1-0 defeat against Southern League Metropolitan Police at Imber Court.
A stunning first-half strike from Jack Mazzone proved enough to dump the Vanarama National League out of the cup.
Bradbury said: ‘I told the players they should be embarrassed by their performance.
‘After the game I made them go over to our supporters. I also left the changing room door open so they could hear the Met Police celebrations.
‘The most disappointing aspect was our lack of application.
‘To say that I am spitting nails is an understatement.
‘We didn't start well, we were outworked, outmuscled and outrun by a team two leagues below us. It hurts me to say that.
‘We should be coming here and winning and I can't hide from that fact.
‘There is no way they had the better players but they proved the better team on the day.
‘It has put a few questions into my head regarding some of these players. They now have to take a long hard look at themselves.'