What did you make of Huddersfield Town's performance in the 4-0 home defeat to Bournemouth?
Take a look above in our gallery to see ratings from fans and Examiner Online Sports Reporter Tom Marshall-Bailey.
Plus, see fan comments submitted below.
A disaster from start to finish. Clueless team led by a clueless manager who took off the two best players on the pitch, Hammill and Majewski. The manager stood on the touchline seemingly oblivious to what was happening on the pitch, making no attempt to coach the players during breaks in play. If this is to be the standard for the season then it's 100% nailed on relegation for Town. It's a mystery to understand why Dean Hoyle allowed Robins a full pre-season and to spend on new recruits if he thought for even a moment that he may sack Robins and I believe he owes the fans a clear statement to explain matters. Andrew, Almondbury
Please play 4-4-2 and Murphy in goal (always). Play Tommy Smith - should never have been left on the bench and hope that Vaughan is fit very soon! Ann, Salendine Nook
Not one player prepared to work and close down. Nothing developed in midfield. Very very poor and can't see where the improvement can come from. David Colwyn Bay
Poor. Lack of interest, effort and application. Same old errors and taken apart by one of the teams who have now overtaken Town in the standings. Not enough players brought in in the close season. Young players need to be loaned out to League Teams to get some League experience. Turn this around quick or we are League One bound!! Terrier, Kirkburton
Very poor,again. Time to spend some cash! Marko, Huddersfield
System not workable and players played out of position. Start with a back four and develop from there. There were performances as bad as yesterday last season. John, Denby
Walked out with 30 mins to go only the fouth time I've done that in 60 years of watching Town, the other three times were last season..what a sad start to season. We have to have a different system and a least field a forward line. Eddie, Chorley
Town trying to play a type of football that the majority of the players are not capable of. Robins so called work in progress never progressed.Town just rolled over. Paul, Dewsbury
It was a game between well-organised men versus totally disorganised, heads-down boys. Need a system that our staff can actually play and enjoy. Wells needs Stead to help him achieve. Stephen, Lepton
An absolute disgrace, one of the worst performances in recent years. The new manager,f or a time, must stop trying to entertain us and concentrate on getting results. Martin, Wakefield
Town at the back were appalling. The tactics implemented by Robins would be good if used with the appropriate players. Dixon is not a left winger. Hammill is too attacking to play wing back and Ward isn't an appropriate replacement for an injured Vaughan. Also Crooks shouldn't have been anywhere near the lineup. Smith is strong in that position and Crooks is unproven. Frazer, Rastrick
I am not surprised Mark Robins has gone after his failed team selection and tactics, and failing to shoulder the blame by only blaming the team for the result. The passing football and back three were non-existent. Hopefully there will be more of the highly competitive "B" team, who completely outshone the "A" team against Newcastle, given a chance at Chesterfield, and I hope Mark Lillis, along with the Academy and Development coaches who did so well last year will be asked to take the reins, before rushing out to get a new manager in. James, Sheffield
Worst display I have ever seen from a Town side in my 52 years of support and that is saying something bring in Neil Aspin to sort out the mess. Tony, Bedale
We are in a real mess and unless Dean Hoyle puts his hands in his pocket to give the new manager (Malky Mackay) some real cash to buy quality players we will be going down. You cannot spend £300,000 on young players and expect them to play like £3 million players. Let's offload players who are not good enough and bring in the quality we desperately need. Stephen, Puerto Santiago
The players should feel ashamed of how easily they rolled over to an average side. Quite rightly this cost Robins his job as we were even worse than last year. Hopefully we have learned a great deal from this sad episode and at least we have the time to do so. Allan, Liversedge