Barnet Football Club are delighted to announce that Edgar Davids will remain at the club as head coach for the new campaign in the Conference Premier.
There has been a lot of speculation regarding Edgar’s future following the club’s relegation from League Two but the head coach is keen to help the Bees return to the Football League.
Edgar took sole charge of the team in December 2012 and despite a disappointing end to the season the Dutchman boasted an impressive record which he hopes to continue in the Conference Premier.
The former Juventus, Milan and Barcelona midfielder is also extremely proud at being able to lead the club into an exciting new era at The Hive.
Barnet Chairman Tony Kleanthous also revealed his pride and reiterated his belief that Edgar is the right man to lead the club back into the Football League.
“I am thrilled that Edgar has decided to remain with the club. The way last season ended was disappointing for everyone involved but there is no doubt in my mind that Edgar is the right man to take us forward.
“He has started a football revolution here and we hope we can maintain the attractive style of play we developed under him in the Football League.
“It is a measure of the man that he wants to stay to finish the job he started. Once a bee always a bee!”