Torino are in deep trouble, admits coach Giancarlo Camolese.
Camolese didn't hold back in his post-match media conference after Toro's 5-1 thrashing by AC Milan last night.
"I inherited a side with problems, but that was inevitable, otherwise they wouldn't have brought in a third Coach," he said after replacing Gianni De Biasi and Walter Novellino.
"Clearly the players are not satisfied and must learn to collaborate more as a unit, otherwise you always risk getting humiliated by teams like this.
"We need to cover the space a lot better than we did tonight, but to do that you require tactical discipline and fitness."
The 5-1 defeat at Milan highlighted some of the reasons why Toro are in the bottom three.
"I am always disappointed when I see my players let their heads drop after a goal and don't immediately go looking for a collaboration with their teammates," continued Camolese.
"They focus more on themselves and their own game rather than working together to get back into the game. It's never positive."