Barnet chairman Tony Kleanthous has spoken of the club’s determination to arrest a ‘downward spiral’ since dropping out of the League in 2018.

The Bees announced Tim Flowers as the club’s new manager late yesterday, with the former England goalkeeper succeeding Peter Beadle, who departed at the weekend.




Kleanthous told the club’s website:

“It is quite obvious that the club has been on a downward spiral since our relegation from the Football League.

“It is time for us to address this decline and make a notable appointment of an experienced and determined manager, who will instill a winning mentality.”


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