YORKCITY

The Herald - Sport - - FOOTBALL -

Jackie McNa­mara ad­mit­ted he’s ‘em­bar­rassed’ af­ter his York City side crashed to their fifth de­feat in a row since he took charge in a 6-0 ham­mer­ing at Portsmouth.

The for­mer Dundee United and Partick This­tle boss is just one game away from set­ting an un­wanted club record as the hap­less Min­ster­men close in on their worst ever los­ing streak of games.

They were crushed 6-0 at Frat­ton Park af­ter col­laps­ing when for­mer Manch­ester United mid­fielder Jonathan Green­ing was sent off. “It ended up be­ing an em­bar­rass­ing score­line and I feel for the fans who made that long jour­ney,” said McNa­mara. “At an arena like Frat­ton Park, I would have loved it and been want­ing the ball, so I’m very an­gry with the way we fin­ished the game. I’ve put five play­ers up for loan. We have too many play­ers at the club and making room for new ones is a ne­ces­sity.”

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