BLUES boss Mark Wright took a fresh swipe at dissenting supporters after Sunday's 0-0 draw with Shrewsbury Town.
Sensing a growing number of home fans turning against himself and the team, Wright decided to speak out.
He said: 'I actually thought there were certain people in that crowd, and they know who they are, who were waiting so they could have a moan.
'Unfortunately for them, we spoilt it for them, didn't we?
'The mindless few ought to have a look at themselves. And if they don't want to get behind the team, why come? They're just disruptive for the younger players, disruptive for everything we want to achieve.'
Wright, who hit out at supporters earlier this season for their criticism of former captain Stephen Vaughan, added: 'People have got to bear with us and understand the situation. I think there are too many people here trying to cause trouble.'
Ben Davies, meanwhile, was spared a stormy Saunders Honda Stadium return on Sunday.
Shrews boss Gary Peters decided it would be a 'sensible move' to omit Davies from his 16-man squad.
The midfielder had been expected to get a rough ride from home fans after leaving the Blues for Shrewsbury last summer.
Peters explained: 'I thought Ben Davies being here wouldn't necessarily be the best way of us winning the game.
'That doesn't mean that Ben was dropped or anything, it was just a sensible move and it certainly quietened their fans. I didn't hear them all game... don't even know if there were any here.'