Lee Bradbury admitted his emotions got the better of him after the Hawks suffered a stoppage-time defeat to Solihull Moors, report Portsmouth News.
The boss put his foot clean through the Westleigh Park dugout strike to deliver the visitors a 1-0 victory. It was cruel on the Hawks and condemned them to a third successive National League home loss.
The hosts were the better team and should have won but they once again came away empty-handed. Bradbury was pleased with his side’s performance and felt the Hawks did not deserve to suffer a defeat.
The manager said: “I have nothing but praise for the players because I thought it was one of our best performances. When their goal went in I just kicked a hole in our dugout.
“I don’t normally do things like that but sometimes emotions take over.”
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