Swindon manager Richie Wellens launched a scathing attack on his own fans after their dramatic last-gasp 1-0 victory at home to struggling Stevenage.
Eoin Doyle rifled home in stoppage time to snap Swindon’s four-game winless streak.
Wellens said: “You can sense the edginess in the stadium, but we kept going, we kept being positive, we kept stretching, we kept moving it side to side.
“I thought we had players that started to look like their old selves again, Lloyd Isgrove was brilliant – he put four or five dangerous balls in.
“I thought Eoin Doyle and Jerry Yates were outstanding and I thought Michael Doughty looked back to the old Michael Doughty.
“We had a spell from 75 minutes to 85 minutes where we lost a little bit of belief and didn’t get support to drive us on but I think that the players kept going.
“It’s a shocking situation we’re in here, six points off the top and it’s all doom and gloom.
“All I hear from our supporters is, ‘this is rubbish’. We’re doing all the attacking, we’re trying, give us some support and drive us on.”
Swindon dictated play but did not have too many clear-cut chances and were frustrated for large periods by an organised Stevenage defence.
Prior to the goal, the hosts best chance was Yates firing just wide from inside the box following Kaiyne Woolery’s pass.
Anthony Grant later headed over for the hosts and Dion Donahue had a volley saved following some pinball in the Stevenage box.
Stevenage did occasionally threaten themselves, with substitute Dean Parrett being their best outlet for chances.
The former Swindon loanee could only shoot straight at Steven Benda from the edge of the box and later he dinked an effort over the keeper but the ball bounced away from danger.
Stevenage manager Mark Sampson said: “It is devastating.
“A real, real tough one to take that in terms of conceding not only at the time we did but in the manner we did – it was a bad, bad goal to concede.
“We defended well in terms of being in good shape all night, defended well one versus one, but then we just made some real bad individual errors at a really important time.
“If we see out that attack we might get a chance to win the game.
“I was devastated that we worked so hard to get ourselves into a position to get a point, or in a position to win the game, and then concede in the manner we did.”