Pat McAllister has demanded a response from faltering Donegal Celtic as he looks to inject some life into their ailing Premiership season.
The Wee Hoops were trounced 5-0 by Glentoran on Saturday to leave them firmly wedged in a relegation dogfight.
They currently sit just one point above basement club Lisburn Distillery as they prepare for the New Year’s Day visit of Glenavon to Suffolk Road.
McAllister was left fuming following Saturday’s malaise at the Oval, and he has promised a number of changes during the January transfer window.
“Saturday was embarrassing, and the fans deserve much more than that,” McAllister said.
“I have demanded they give something back on Tuesday against Glenavon. The players need to perform.
“I want to bring new faces to the club, but it is difficult given the position we are in.
“But changes will be made, because certain players have not performed this season.
“There is only so much the club and fans can take.
“Players have been given countless opportunities and they haven’t taken them.
“So we will look to others who will get an opportunity.
McAllister has already lost Shane Dolan who has signed for Ballymena United, while striker Mark Miskimmin remains on the radar of a number of Premiership clubs.