Coventry City manager Mark Robins has said that it was not what he expected as his side went doiwn to a 2-0 defeat at the Ricoh Arena.
Bradford City scored twice in the second half to send City to another defeat and Robins told the Press Association: "It was not what I expected. There seems to be an apathy, an acceptance that we had conceded again.
"It was not a normal reaction because you want to try and get back into the game. We have to have a go.
"I don't know what has gone on previously but from now until the end of the season it has got to improve. You have to have that fight and desire to overturn it and go on to win a game.
"We have to be better. We have to grow up really quickly. Results have not been good for a while - five wins so far this season just is not good enough.
"If we make a mistake we are getting punished for it and that is something that has become very, very clear to me very quickly.
"I am telling the players they have to develop a strong and positive mentality. They are talented. They are young and they are naive at times because they have not had that experience.
"But it is grown-up time, it's adult football and you have to learn on the job."
Here's what Dion Dublin had to say about the news that City were losing again: http://sport.bt.com/sport-hurts/dublin-coventrys-demise-is-shocking-91364163850919