Town boss Paul Buckle vented his frustration after seeing his side lose 1-0 at Barrow.
Adam Boyes' fifth minute goal was enough to earn the Bluebirds all three points, the home striker seizing on a mis-placed back header from Greg Taylor.
The error led to what turned out to be the only goal of the game and the manager pulled no punches afterwards.
"It's a carbon copy of our season so far - individual errors," said Buckle afterwards. "You can't afford to have a weakness in your back four and today Greg's mistake has helped Barrow take the lead.
"It's individual mistakes and we can't afford do keep making them. We may as well go out there with a mentality that we're already 1-0 down.
"I feel sorry for the forwards because the pressure is always on them to score more than one goal if we're to win a game.
"It's not good enough, and we know we've got to be better than that. In professional football you can't afford to make these mistakes but yet again we are and it's cost us.
"The goal was poor and pathetic and that's angered me more than anything."