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Bees in the News - 23 January

23 January 2014

All the latest Barnet news in one place...


Last night Graham Stack revealed that he would one day love to become manager of Barnet Football Club.


Graham Stack is a 'week or so' away from a return after missing the last three weeks due to a calf injury.


Paul Fairclough frustrated by poor start to the second-half.


Barnet Football Club would like to apologise to anyone who has been unable to book trials online.

Barnet FC reporter Adam Newson reflects on Edgar Davids' colourful and controversial reign with the Bees - Barnet Times

Just over 15 months ago one of England’s most prolific goalscorers lamented: “Until last week I felt pretty confident in my boast that I was the only footballer to have played for both AC Milan and Barnet.


Graham Stack says he would love to manage Barnet one day but admits it is currently more important for him to help the Bees on the pitch rather than in the dugout.


Paul Fairclough believes Barnet need a "firefighter" to save their promotion bid following Edgar Davids’ departure but the Bees’ director of football does not feel he is the right man for that job.


Paul Fairclough admits time may have run out on Barnet’s Skrill Premier promotion challenge following the Bees' 3-1 home defeat against Dartford.


The Blues progressed with relative ease in to the semi finals of the Herts Senior Cup with a 3-0 victory over a young Barnet FC side at the ProKit UK Stadium on Tuesday nigh


GRIMSBY Town's promotion rivals Barnet have confirmed that Paul Fairclough has taken over as caretaker manager at The Hive.



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