GARY Whild lamented his players' lack of character after Harriers suffered a 3-0 capitulation at Welling yesterday.

A youthful Kidderminster side collapsed alarmingly at Park View Road.

Poor defending allowed Jake Gallagher to open the scoring for the relegation battling Wing, before an error by Danny Lewis lead to a fluke goal by Kieron St Aimiee.

Sam Corne bagged a third in the second half to seal a miserable day for Kidderminster.

Defeat came after the resignation of chairman Ken Rae, John Davies and Gino Ruffinato, following the intervention of major shareholders.

Whild said: "It was nowhere near good enough. Whatever has gone on this week, you have to do justice for the rest of the teams in the league," said an irate Whild.

"You can't just come and play for 15 minutes.

"I thought we started quite well but after that is was an embarrassing afternoon.

"The position we are going to be in next season we are going to need some strong characters.

"We are looking at players as to whether we are going to keep them for next season and I don't think they have helped themselves."

With a host of players seeking for contracts next season, the Harriers boss could not hide his bitter disappointment at some leaky defending.

He added: "Their first goal was from their first attack. The ball comes into the box too easily and the guy heads it in between my two centre halves.

"The second one is from a comedy of errors by an experienced goalkeeper, who for some reason kicks the ball against a Welling player after hesitating. It is not good enough from Danny Lewis.

"The goals were basic errors and you can't be talking to professional footballers about basic mistakes.

"You either do better or end up leaving full-time football and become a labourer, plumber, labourer or taxi driver. That is where some of there are the moment.

"Irrespective of the club's situation, you have to have some pride to show they see professional footballers and I didn't see that today."

Meanwhile, the major shareholders are set to hold meetings with players and remaining board members tomorrow to discuss the future of Harriers.

"Fair play to them, it is their call as major shareholders. If they are concerned about what is going on at the club, they are in a position to make a change," commented Whild.

"They have a meeting with the players on Monday but I think they have done something positive and made a decision."