i don't think such a blow could happen again. the player have been taught a lesson then they won't forget i think... what is encouraging is that our players attack each game with a huge will to win, to fight and prove themselves. their main problem is that they lack stamina and hard competition (and of course experience), that's the reason why they are generally brilliant in the 1st half-time, where they give everything, and they generally score the firsts, but progressively lose control in the second one. i don't think it's a mental problem but rather a physiological problem : when you compete in 3rd rated clubs and championships with no european competitions, such games are tough to handle. but , above all, they showed it wasn't luck against england, slovakia or turkey.