Bradford (Park Avenue) are at the foot of the Vanarama National League North table after a heavy loss at Kettering Town who were the only club below them before kick-off.

The Poppies had a new man at the helm after appointing former Guiseley manager Paul Cox last Thursday and the new boss bounce did the trick as they humbled a poor Avenue.

Avenue manager Mark Bower had the look of an embarrassed man in his post-match interview. He said: “Firstly I’d like to apologise to all of the people who put their time and effort in to follow us and paid hard earned money to watch, because we have given them absolutely nothing to take home with them.

“We didn’t show any quality whatsoever, in any department.

“It was the worst performance from an Avenue side that I have ever been involved in.”

Read more: https://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/sport/18011522.mark-bower-apologises-avenue-slump-bottom-table/

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