Barnet appointment former Fulham boss Lawrie Sanchez as boss

13 May 2011 06:18
ShareBarnet have moved quickly to secure the managerial services of former Fulham boss Lawrie Sanchez on a permanent basis, just days after they secured League football for another season.[LNB]Sanchez had acted as consultant for the last four games of the campaign, winning two and drawing one as the Bees avoided relegation against the odds. [LNB]Giuliano Grazioli, the former Bees striker, will be his assistant, having managed Barnet in the period Sanchez was consultant. [LNB] Not such a dodgy Barnet: Lawrie Sanchez is the new manager of League Two's Barnet[LNB]Barnet chairman Tony Kleanthous said: 'I am absolutely delighted. We found the successful combination when we needed it and it is great that we are able to continue that next season. I believe that Lawrie, with Grazioli backing up, is the right man to lead us forward.'[LNB]The 51-year-old began his management career at Sligo Rovers and once guided Wycombe to the FA Cup semi-finals.[LNB] The 2010/11 managerial merry-go-round: Adams cut loose by Blades - 45 bosses gone this seasonLeague Two round-up: Chesterfield champs while Imps out with whimper A dog's life: The world of Notts County boss Martin 'Mad Dog' Allen[LNB][LNB]  Explore more:People: Lawrie Sanchez

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