BANGOR City manager Stephen Vaughan Jr lambasted his side following their second half capitulation at Prestatyn Town.

The Citizens’ boss described their 7-0 drubbing at the JD Cymru North leaders as “totally unacceptable”, which saw the club lose further ground on the Seasiders’ in their quest for promotion.

Vaughan Jr, said: “At half time I was happy to get in at 0-0 as they were the better team from the first whistle. But I didn’t see that coming.”

“There was a lack of discipline, a lack of quality, a lack of fight and ultimately a lack of absolutely everything in every department. I’m embarrassed and I’m angry.

“Playing against teams in this league, if you don’t want to fight for every ball and then have the b***ocks to go and get on the ball, you have absolutely no chance.

“Yes Prestatyn, are the best team in our league with a very good manager in Neil Gibson, but a performance like that from us is totally unacceptable.

“It was the worst performance I’ve ever been involved with as a player, coach or in any other capacity within football.

“We have a lot of work to do and anyone who doesn’t want to buy into working hard might as well come and knock on my door and go somewhere else.”

The Citizens’ will get the chance to put the result behind them at the earliest opportunity when they welcome Colwyn Bay to the Eurogold Stadium on Tuesday night, before hosting second placed Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant on Saturday.