Institute boss Kevin Deery admits he has a few tough decisions to make this week.
Deery was bitterly disappointed following their heavy loss at Larne, on Saturday and because of that humiliating defeat a few players may be dropped.
“I felt after the 10 minutes of madness we again got on the front foot but listen you can’t legislate with what went on in the second half, you have to take it on the chin,” he said.
“I will go away and make decisions what I think now moving forward will be right for Institute and right for our team.
“I have never dropped anyone for anything other than performance based and it will be the same again.”
During periods in the second half Larne seemed to do anything they wanted and Deery admitted he was a frustrated figure.
“I was up and down that line trying to edge people on and encourage them to do the right things,” he said.
“If you let that pitch be a lonely place, you’ll concede goals and you’ll let the other team run over the top of you and basically bully you and I just stood up at my dug-out to try and get them going.”