HEREFORD manager Paul Caddis says that fans had ‘every right’ to vent their frustration at his side after a humiliating 4-0 defeat at Tamworth.

Around 600 Bulls fans made the trip to watch their side heavily beaten on Monday with former Hereford players Kyle Finn and Jordan Cullinane-Liburd amongst the scorers.

“It’s a rubbish performance, but the boys didn’t mean to do that,” said Caddis after his side’s third consecutive defeat.

“Put all the criticism on me, I’m old enough and ugly enough to deal with it. We were terrible on the football pitch from start to finish.

“The supporters have got every right to vent their frustrations and anger. They spent well earned money to watch what was a rubbish display.

“Which is why I made sure I made sure that every single player stood there and took the stick that we deserved.”

The defeat came just two days after the Bulls were beaten 1-0 against Peterborough Sports at Edgar Street.

"I'm a massive believer in 36 yards in football wins you games, 18 yards and 18 yards (both penalty areas),” added Caddis.

"Right now we are massively struggling in both with creativity. I watched the Peterborough game back, in between both boxes we were a lot more comfortable in possession and passed it a lot better.

"But we were toothless to be brutally honest. We didn't create a chance or we didn't test their goalkeeper.”

Adam Rooney is the latest forward to be added to Hereford’s injury list as he was left sitting on the substitute bench against Tamworth and Caddis admitted the veteran forward was ‘struggling’.

Meanwhile, Jason Cowley is due to have a scan on his ankle this week.