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Bees in the News - 27 December

27 December 2013

All the latest Barnet media coverage in one place...

Davids reacts to luton Defeat - Official Site

Edgar Davids looks back on a 1-2 defeat to Luton Town at The Hive

Davids on Luton Town - Official Site

Davids frustrated following Luton Town defeat...

Nurse issues Smith apology - Official Site

Jon Nurse has apologised for his challenge on Jonathan Smith during Barnet's 1-2 defeat to Luton Town.

Barnet 1-2 Luton Town -Official Site

Live coverage from the Boxing Day clash against Luton Town at The Hive...

Coach travel to Salisbury & Luton Town -Official Site

Join the Bees on the road for their upcoming trips to Luton Town and Salisbury City.

Edgar Davids says Jon Nurse's challenge on Jonathan Smith was a 'horrific' incident but not deliberate - Barnet Times

Barnet head coach Edgar Davids admitted the incident which left Luton Town’s Jonathan Smith with a suspected broken leg was “horrific” but stressed there was no malice in the challenge from Jon Nurse.

John Still says Barnet striker Jon Nurse's poor challenge on Jonathan Smith affected him and his side - Barnet Times

Luton Town boss John Still says Jon Nurse doesn’t have “a bad bone in his body” but admitted the Barnet striker’s challenge on Jonathan Smith affected him and his side.

Barnet striker Jon Nurse has apologised for his foul on Luton Town's Jonathan Smith - Barnet Times

Barnet’s Jon Nurse has apologised for his “poor challenge” which left Luton Town’s Jonathan Smith with a possible 

Barnet 1 Luton Town 2 - Bedfordshire News

The Hatters moved back to within a point of league leaders Cambridge United as they stung ten-man Barnet to claim a 2-1 victory at the Hive today.

Barnet's Jon Nurse says sorry for challenge which left Luton Town man Jonathan Smith in hospital - Bedfordshire News

Barnet's Jon Nurse has apologised after his awful challenge left Luton Town midfielder Jonathan Smith with a suspected broken leg today.

'It was difficult to focus on the game' - Luton Town manager John Still's verdict after 'horrific' Jonathan Smith injury - Bedfordshire News

Hatters boss John Still found it difficult to keep his mind on his side’s eventual 2-1 victory over Barnet after witnessing what he described as a “horrific” injury to midfielder Jonathan

Profligate Hatters sting 10-man Bees as Smith is stretchered off with serious injury - Luton Today

Gutsy Luton Town dug deep to hold on for an invaluable 2-1 Boxing Day victory over 10-man Barnet at the Hive this afternoon, writes Mark Wood.

Luton increase unbeaten run to 16 - Pitchero

The Hatters opened up a 2-0 lead, thanks to goals from Paul Benson after 22 minutes and Alex Lawless on 34 minutes.

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