Bees boss remains upbeat

13 February 2008 12:54
Barnet manager Paul Fairclough refused to criticise his players despite losing for the third successive time on Tuesday evening. The Bees slipped closer to the relegation mire after going down 2-1 at home to Brentford, but afterwards Fairclough was in upbeat mood. "We created enough chances to have won several games of football," he said. "The game should have been over as a contest by half-time. "I can't ask any more of the players at the moment. They are giving everything they've got and wearing the Barnet shirt with real pride. "We will play far worse than that and win."

Source: ESA