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Management Team Commit to Avenue
Management Team Commit to Avenue
Bradford Park Avenue have announced that the management duo of Mark Bower and Danny Boshell have agreed to commit to the Vanarama National League North club in the long-term.
Tuesday 05 May 20 I 08:46:46 I Photo by

Fundamental to the new strategy for the club was having great management of the first team, and the ability to nurture and develop young talent. Then blending these younger talents with more experienced and seasoned players.  Bower and Boshell have proven that when given the right kind of platform they are capable of producing exciting, competitive teams that are great to watch.

 

The new three-year deals will give them the time, confidence and stability to build something special here at the Horsfall Stadium.

 

Owner Gareth Roberts told https://bpafc.com: I am really pleased that Mark and Danny have extended their contracts. We are lucky to have local lads with great coaching ability and who understand and know the club. After a tumultuous season we wanted to steady the ship and have some strong foundations to build on.

 

Bower (pictured) said: Im pleased to get this deal agreed. After what has been a difficult last 18 months, Im positive that we now have a structure in place that can build a long and sustainable future both on and off the pitch. The proposed ground developments are exciting, and it feels like we are entering a new beginning with a real focus and professional approach behind the scenes. Im looking forward to the challenge and both Danny and I know we can count on the supporters to get behind us and help us through these uncertain times, in the knowledge that there is a solid plan and commitment in place to grow the club over the next few years.

 

Boshell added: Both Mark and I are really pleased to have got this sorted, it shows the commitment of the club long term and their trust in our ability. It will allow us to further test those abilities at a club that is close to our hearts as two Bradford born lads growing up a stone`s through from the ground. It`s not going to be easy, but we up for the challenge in these new and testing times.

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Management Team Commit to Avenue
Management Team Commit to Avenue
Tuesday 05 May 20 I 08:46:46
Photo by

Fundamental to the new strategy for the club was having great management of the first team, and the ability to nurture and develop young talent. Then blending these younger talents with more experienced and seasoned players.  Bower and Boshell have proven that when given the right kind of platform they are capable of producing exciting, competitive teams that are great to watch.

 

The new three-year deals will give them the time, confidence and stability to build something special here at the Horsfall Stadium.

 

Owner Gareth Roberts told https://bpafc.com: I am really pleased that Mark and Danny have extended their contracts. We are lucky to have local lads with great coaching ability and who understand and know the club. After a tumultuous season we wanted to steady the ship and have some strong foundations to build on.

 

Bower (pictured) said: Im pleased to get this deal agreed. After what has been a difficult last 18 months, Im positive that we now have a structure in place that can build a long and sustainable future both on and off the pitch. The proposed ground developments are exciting, and it feels like we are entering a new beginning with a real focus and professional approach behind the scenes. Im looking forward to the challenge and both Danny and I know we can count on the supporters to get behind us and help us through these uncertain times, in the knowledge that there is a solid plan and commitment in place to grow the club over the next few years.

 

Boshell added: Both Mark and I are really pleased to have got this sorted, it shows the commitment of the club long term and their trust in our ability. It will allow us to further test those abilities at a club that is close to our hearts as two Bradford born lads growing up a stone`s through from the ground. It`s not going to be easy, but we up for the challenge in these new and testing times.

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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