«You don’t like seeing players hurt but I would have liked to have seen more physicality from us yesterday.
«I hope Murph’s OK but Mumford plays a pretty strong brand of footy that everyone’s admired for a long period.»
GWS mauled Carlton by 93 points to renew pressure on the Blues and their coach Brendon Bolton.
Lloyd wants Carlton to be tougher in the contest.
«We’re not close enough, we need to work on a lot of things,» he said.
«We need to be more brutal in the contest, we got smashed yesterday.
«We need to work really hard on our skill level, it’s an area where we need to smash into it as a playing group.»
Lloyd added that Bolton is far from the only person at Carlton under the pump.
The Blues are a game clear in bottom with only one win and Sunday’s debacle comes a fortnight after they also suffered a poor loss to North Melbourne.
«A performance like yesterday, I think it spreads throughout the whole playing group and club,» he said.
«Brendon [Bolton] comes under pressure but we all do … it was very poor.»