Date: 10th November 2008 at 11:32am
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Barnet manager Paul Fairclough reflects on his sides FA Cup draw.

A draw, having came from behind, gives his side a further chance to progress, which is something that he is pleased about even if he would’ve preferred to have go the job done at the first attempt: ‘We’re all a little bit flat at the moment, disappointed that we didn’t win today. But the most important thing is we’ve still got another opportunity,’ Fairclough told BBC London 94.9. ‘If you could go back six games ago, if we had conceded the way we did today, we could have crumbled and folded but that’s not happening now.’

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