North Melbourne legend Wayne Carey says the club is “broken” and need to start being honest with themselves if they are to turn around things around.
The Kangaroos are priced at 15/2 to beat St Kilda on Sunday but they have only won one game all season and are facing another season of struggle.
North Melbourne have not played finals since 2016 and picked up the wooden spoon in 2021. Only West Coast Eagles, who have been hit with an injury nightmare, are below them on the ladder this season.
It has also been revealed that three of the recruiting staff have left the club, while No.1 draft pick Jason Horne-Francis has put all contract talks on hold until the end of the season.
Roos chief executive Ben Amarfio has attempted to calm the situation at the club by insisting everyone at the club is united.
However it would seem that Carey does not agree with him and believes they first have to admit there is a problem before attempting to fix it.
"This is as low as this football club has been since I've known it," the former great turned footy commentator told Triple M.
"I don't think they are being completely honest with themselves because you can't improve until you actually acknowledge that we are broken.
"There is too much going on. You don't have people just resigning for no reason."