Hard to know what to make of this but we didn't play particularly well from the couple of reports posted and Phil Parkinson was elsewhere on the day "scouting." The facts though are that we have wasted another opportunity to get a near-to first eleven playing together and a second successive Saturday defeat to lower league opposition will not help confidence or morale. Surely we will see our first team run-out on Tuesday? With only two senior matches left before the visit of Wycombe Wanderers the signs are not good. Any late signings, let alone the five Parky thinks he needs, won't have time to settle and it's hard not to conclude that our preparation for League One has been
Sunday, 26 July 2009
Barnet 2 v Charlton Athletic 0
Much as predicted, the youthful and unfamiliar side put out at Barnet yesterday were beaten. Randolph, Youga, Clark, Mambo, Solly, Small, Semedo, Stavrinou, Wagstaff, Fleetwood and McLeod started the game with Spring, Davisson, and Tuna evntually coming on for Solly Semedo and Fleetwood respectively.