Farina frustrated at lack of goals

After his side's fourth Hyundai A-League loss on the trot at home, enough is enough for Queensland Roar coach Frank Farina.

After his side's fourth Hyundai A-League loss on the trot at home, enough is enough for Queensland Roar coach Frank Farina.

Farina has always remained positive after each loss at Suncorp Stadium, toeing the party-line and predicting a change in fortune was right around the corner.

But following another goalless performance, the third in a row in Brisbane, Farina pre-empted changes to his misfiring forward set-up after their 1-0 loss to Melbourne Victory.

"The last three games we haven't been able to capitalise on chances that we've created, we'll just keep trying different players, we got to change," Farina said.

"At the moment, the reality is all the goals are coming from our midfield, so we've got to try new players."

The Roar have a host of striking options away with the Young Socceroos squad and Farina suggested they could all be in line for a call-up.

"Tahj (Minniecon), Mitch Nichols, Tommy Oar, if you've got them in the squad, you've got to give them opportunities."

“We can-t do any worse in terms of not scoring at home, we haven't scored in the last three games, so we-ve got to try something.”

Farina would also not rule out altering his four-four-two formation.

The former-Socceroos coach may have his hand forced, with veteran midfield enforcer Danny Tiatto potentially facing some time on the sidelines after he was constrained to just the 29 minutes on Saturday night with an injured left foot.

"We're treating it as a fracture at this stage, because it's very tender, but until we get the x-rays done we won't know any further."

Scottish playmaker Charlie Miller, who was nursing a calf injury in addition to his hernia ailment, played the match out.

"He's alright actually, I didn-t expect him to make the 90, but he's fine, and the good thing is we've got the week off now before the Perth game with the international break."

If Queensland skipper Craig Moore is selected for the Socceroos next World Cup qualifier, in Bahrain on November 20, he would most likely miss the Roar's next match, a home fixture against the Glory.

Farina was tipping there could well be tricky times ahead in terms of getting a full squad together.

"I'm foreseeing a very difficult period in our team at the moment in terms of injuries and whatnot and absentees with international teams, so it's going to be all hands on the deck for the next few games."