Bradford (Park Avenue) left it late to hand out the presents this Christmas but once they started in the second half at the Citadel they just couldn’t stop giving.

Farsley Celtic romped to a five-goal win to leave their neighbours rooted to the foot of the Vanarama National League North table.

Avenue manager Mark Bower said: “I can’t explain what I’ve just seen, I’m still trying to understand what happened.

“We matched them in every department in the first half and probably had the better chances.

“We haven’t taken any of those chances so when they get an early lead in the second half it’s the same situation again with us trying to chase a game.”

Read more: https://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/sport/18127052.avenue-boss-mark-bower-shocked-second-half-derby-day-collapse/

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