As a Posh fan of more than 51 years, I can honestly say that for as long as I can remember, I have not witnessed such a total shambles and such a spineless performance as was served up yesterday.
It was a total embarrassment from start to finish and I promise it wont be the last the season unless drastic changes are made sooner rather than later.
The only positive conclusion from yesterday's debacle was the fact that it has definitely made my mind up not to renew my season ticket for next season. I totally refuse to line the pockets of our chairman anymore.
Ever since we lost to Crystal Palace and our place in the Championship, this club has been on a downward spiral. We lack ambition, leadership and everything is done on the cheap, from management level to playing staff.
We have a chairman who's totally obsessed with buying second rate players in the hope of making mega bucks and along with his side kick Fry quite ridiculously builds them into prima donnas when quite frankly they are just average League 1 standard.
We have a chairman who talks the talk, but no longer delivers and I can't believe how many of the rose tinted glass brigade still suck up to his bull s**t.
I for one believe he has taken this club as far as he can now. It's blatantly obviously that this season we have not invested in the right calibre of player and we are crying out for experience and leadership.
We have a inexperienced manager who is controlled by a puppeteer and who at times is clueless as to what formations to use and stubborn enough to persist with underperforming players.
We all know that McBlarney pulls the strings at this club and doesn't want interference or input from anyone.
I have been to fans forums when he's been present and he talks the hype, but he hates criticism and I imagine that's why we have not installed a decent manager in the last 3 seasons, because he wont allow anyone else to interfere.
I for one would like to see him walk away now and sell the club to new investors.
Before I get slagged off from all the McBlarney do gooders. Let me tell you that for all the MacAnthonys of this world there are always two or more waiting in the wings.
If he sold up tomorrow there would be plenty of investors ready to snap his hand off and if that meant someone with money offering to buy the club and perhaps building us a modern stadium, investing in good players and a decent manager, then I might just be persuaded to renew my season ticket.
One man doesn't make a club and McBlarney needs to remind himself of this from time to time.