Yogi is a bear with sore head
John Hughes admitted he was struggling to find an explanation for Raith Rovers’ shocking showing against Sons.
The Fifers were thrashed 4-0 atThe Rock to leave them in the eye of a Championship relegation storm.
Raith won their first league game since October lastWednesday night – a 2-0 triumph at home to St Mirren.
But Rovers reverted to type and now face an anxious end to the campaign.
Yogi – who replaced the sacked Gary Locke as Raith manager – said:“We were well beaten.
“Dumbarton did to us what we did to St Mirren onWednesday.
“It was a real test of our character but we’ve come unstuck and not come up with the goods. “It’s very disappointing. “Consistently we can’t perform which is a sad thing to say but that is it in a nutshell. You can’t just turn it on and off like a tap.
“We’re just asking them to do the fundamentals and battle away but we weren’t at the races. It was miles away from the other night.”
Hughes insisted:“I can’t put my finger on it. We’re so inconsistent that it is unbelievable.
“We are where we are. It’s one step forward, two steps back.We need to rectify things as quickly as we can.”