Gavin Cowan heaped praise on the AFC Telford United hierarchy for their unwavering support during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Bucks, like many around them in the sport, are feeling their way through a period of financial uncertainty, with income revenues having ground to almost a complete halt.

With the National League North season cancelled a month ago, Cowan has been working closely alongside chairman Andy Pryce and managing director Ian Dosser to help steer the club through the hardship.

And the boss believes the club have acted with the best interest of the community, businesses and the players ‘without blinking’ and showing real integrity.

“As a manager I put my front foot first with the club in mind and all you ask as a manager and as a player is for the club to look after themselves,” Cowan, who himself took a 50 per cent pay cut to help the club, said.

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