Lee Clark says he was embarrassed to see his Blackpool lose 7-2 at Watford on Saturday.
The Championship's bottom club were leading by two goals at half-time, but succumbed to another desperate defeat.
"At ten to four it was looking fantastic. At ten to five it was embarrassing," Clark said. "We’re deeply embarrassed by that second-half. To concede seven goals in any game, never mind a half, is very disappointing and frustrating.
"You just can’t play like we did in the second-half, at any level. We’ll take all the flack that is going to come our way in the next few days, and rightly so."
Cardiff City defender Juan Cala has accused the club of showing him a lack of respect after being sent to train with the academy squad.
Cala has only featured three times for the Championship club this season, with two of those appearances coming in the Capital One Cup.
New manager Russell Slade has instead opted to use Sean Morrison, Ben Turner and Bruno Manga as his preferred central defenders.
Hull City manager Steve Bruce describes the final agonising moments before his side clinched promotion to the Premier League.
Watford goalkeeper Jonathan Bond has been taken to hospital after colliding with Leed's United player Dominic Poleon during their 2-1 defeat:
Watford's manager Gianfranco Zola has taken his side's outcome with good grace after they lost their Championship match against Leeds United.
"It's been a long day and we tried everything," said Zola.
"We tried everything and they will be okay. They could not make it the easy way so we will go the hard way, the long one. No one can take away what a fantastic season it has been."
Former Hull East MP John Prescott has congratulated Hull City after the team was promoted to the Premier League, drawing 2-2 against Cardiff City.
The Professional Footballers' Association have responded to Hull City's promotion to the Premier League following a 2-2 home draw against Cardiff City.
Hull's manager and players were in a state of shock as they secured promotion to the Barclays Premier League.
Hull City managed to scrape a 2-2 draw against Cardiff City.
Manager Steve Bruce told Sky Sports 2: ""I have been around the block and this was wonderful entertainment, but Jesus Christ, it's put us through the ringer,"
"Overall we deserved it. The ref gave them an unbelievable decision to give Cardiff a penalty but it's our day. I would like to say well done to Watford who pushed us all the way."