Deacey Unhappy With Performance

Following the 2-2 draw against Colwyn Bay, John Deacey struggled to identify many positives from the afternoon:

“It was a very poor performance, one of our worst during this run. In the first half, we were shocking, but improved a little in the second half. We have kept the unbeaten run going and that’s the only positive from the game.”

After trailing 2-1 at half time, Deacey introduced St Juste and Boshell during the second half, and admitted his side performed better:

“There was more intent, you couldn’t fault the effort. I made a couple of changes, one was enforced as (Paul) Walker got injured. He took a knock on the knee against the wall but he should be okay to train this week.”

Next Sunday, the Avenue host high-flying Kidderminster Harriers in the FA Cup with Budweiser Fourth Round Qualifying, and Deacey is hoping his squad can make the club proud:

“It’s a good test to go up against one of the best. We will be massive underdogs but we hope to put in a good performance for Bradford (Park Avenue). I’m looking forward to coming up against (manager) Steve Burr again.”