Tooting & Mitcham midfielder Lee Hall said the club’s season has been blighted by a board that was took quick to show managers the door.

The Terrors completed their Ryman Division One South campaign in 16th thanks to a 4-0 win at Crawley Down on Saturday.

Since the season’s start, three managers have been in the hot seat, and the players do not know if the current temporary incumbent Phil Simpson will be around next season.

Hall, who joined under Kenny Brown’s reign at the end of last season, said: “The managers that we have had this year have not been given a real chance. They’ve had a handful of games and when form has dipped, the people in charge have panicked and got a new man in.

“It’s been tough on the players because there has not been a steady squad. A new man comes in with his ideas and you never know if you’re going to be in their plans.”

He added: “We wanted to give Phil [Simpson] a good result in what might his last game of the season, but I hope it isn’t and we can plan for next season now and get a strong and steady squad in place.”

Anthony Joseph (two), Solomon Pinnock and Carl Wilson-Denis got Tooting’s last goals of the season.