BROMLEY boss Andy Woodman blasted the performance of his side after York City defeated the third-placed Ravens 2-0 on Saturday. 

A first goal in York colours for Marvin Armstrong was paired by a sensational strike from Dipo Akinyemi for to City come away from Hayes Lane with back-to-back wins for the first time in the Vanarama National League this season. 

The result sees the Minstermen claw their way out of the National League relegation zone with five games left to play, against a Bromley side who have enjoyed a fruitful campaign so far. 

Woodman was agitated to fall to defeat through a performance that 'wasn't good enough' for the Bromley boss, who berated his side after suffering a second defeat in nine matches.

"It wasn't good enough, simple as that," Woodman told the Bromley media team.

"We can dress it up but I'm not going to dress it up, the players weren't good enough, too many second balls not won, too passive in the press, not good enough when we had the ball and set-pieces weren't where they should have been.

"There was just too much wrong, I think it's better off to be honest, as we weren't at the races today. 

"We're allowed to lose, I don't like losing but we are allowed to use, but the way we lost today, we were second everywhere today and didn't get going at all.

"We didn't huff and puff in my opinion. We can't go back to Wednesday and use that as an excuse, I'm not accepting that."

Woodman also couldn't recall his side testing York goalkeeper Rory Watson, despite the shot-stopper making four on-target saves throughout the match, with the Bromley manager frustrated in an off-brand performance from the Ravens.

Woodman continued: "No consistency, no quality, I can't remember their 'keeper making a save of note.

"No good all round, that's the frustrating thing for me to say because I haven't said that too often this season.

"We just weren't good enough, we've got six games to be better and have to make sure that we don't rip up the whole season's work at this stage.

"I don't think we will, these games can sometimes be a little bit of a knee jerk to get you back on course."