THE Great Harwood side are playing for their places on Sunday when they take on Thornaby in the second qualifying round of the FA Vase (ko 1pm).
Manager John Hughes was fuming after his side slipped to a late 3-2 loss to Daisy Hill at the Interlink in the North West Counties Division Two on Monday.
This was just two days after they lost to Conference North side Harrogate Town 3-0 in the second qualifying round of the FA Cup.
"On Saturday, we were playing a team who had a striker whose one week's wages was more than our team put together," said Hughes.
"We got stage fright and lost two early goals but it was a decent day for the lads in front of a good crowd.
"But on Monday it was an absolute disgrace.
"It was the worst game I have ever been part of and if we have any more performances like that, I won't be here.
"There were only three or four players who were trying to work hard and the rest were lethargic and couldn't pass the ball.
"I hold my hand up, perhaps I got the team wrong, but I don't mind if players give 100 per cent.
"But when they don't, it is so annoying. Some players were just going through the motions.
"I kept them in for an hour after the game and lost my voice. It was awful."
And so North East side Thornaby represents more than just a Vase game for Harwood.
"The players have to put it right - or go," continued Hughes. "I do not want players who are not willing to have a go every game.
"Perhaps they thought Daisy Hill would be easy after Harrogate or perhaps they are finding this level too hard. Either way, I will get new faces in.
"Thornaby won't be easy. They are top of their division but I want to see some commitment.
"We had a good FA Cup run and it would be good to go on an FA Vase run but we are always up against better teams."
Hughes has signed goalkeeper Daryl Sloane as regular shot-stopper Bobby Harris is missing on Sunday and he is looking to add two more players to his squad.