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Bees in the News - 3 January

3 January 2014

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

January Sale: 3 for £30 - Official Website

Watch every Barnet FC home match at The Hive in January for just £30.

Dates for your Diary 2014 - Official Website

Key dates at The Hive in 2014...

Nick Jupp on Luton Town - Official Website 

Nick Jupp reacts to a 2-1 defeat to Luton Town...

Hyde feeling confident - Official Website

Striker feeling confident following third goal in three games...

Alfreton Town look to extend winning spell v Barnet - Chad

Alfreton Town head to ninth-placed Barnet on Saturday looking to extend their five-game winning streak which has lifted them firmly into the Skrill Premier play-off positions.

Alfreton v Barnet - Alfreton Town

Alfreton Town head to ninth-placed Barnet on Saturday looking to extend their five-game winning streak which has lifted them firmly into the Skrill Premier play-off positions.

Bees blast for official - Bedford Today

Barnet assistant boss Ulrich Landvreugd accused referee Kevin Johnson of not keeping his word during today’s Skrill Premier clash against Luton at Kenilworth Road.

Big chance Davids will play again - Barnet Times

Barnet assistant coach Ulrich Landvreugd says there is a 'big chance' Edgar Davids will continue his playing career

Deadly duo gives Hatters the edge against Barnet - Luton Today

Top scorer Andre Gray’s early opener and Paul Benson’s poacher’s second made Wednesday’s match against Barnet even more difficult to call off, writes Mark Wood.

'We started the game, so we had to finish', says Luton Town boss John Still - Bedfordshire on Sunday

DESPITE the 'shocking' weather conditions, Hatters boss John Still has said he was pleased the New Year's Day clash with Barnet was allowed to finish after the pitch was deemed playable by officials.

Hatters groundstaff earn sterling praise for Bees efforts - Leighton Buzzard Observer

Town boss John Still reserved special praise for Hatters groundsman Richard Bird and his staff after they ensured the game against Barnet could go ahead, writes Mike Simmonds.

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