Mansfield Town fans believe the players, David Flitcroft and former boss Steve Evans must all take a share of the blame for the club’s dramatic slump down the table.
Stags are currently three points off Lincoln and Coventry in the play-off race following the 1-1 weekend draw with Port Vale and have also played a game more.
It leaves struggling Stags with just one win and eight points in the ten games since former boss Steve Evans walked out in February to join Peterborough United.
And in a recent poll, conducted on www.chad.co.uk, 35 per cent of those who voted believe a collective failure is to blame for the failing fortunes at the One Call Stadium.
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But 33 per cent of those surveyed believe Evans is solely to blame for destabilising the club following his shock departure.
Current boss David Flitcroft is blamed by 22 per cent of those who voted, with fans believing he attempted to change too much too quickly in the way Mansfield play.
Only 10 per cent of supporters lay the blame at the feet of the players.
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