Date: 18th April 2013 at 1:46pm
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Even though there are literally only two-games to be played by Barnet before the season is out Graham Stack, as he told BBC London 94.9, feels there’s “still a lot of football to be played”.

The Bees keeper has no doubt that the players have the “character” and “mentality” needed to get themselves out of the drop zone, he said: ‘There is still a lot of football to be played this season.

‘There is no doubt in my mind that, with the characters and mentality of the group we have got, we will certainly not go down without a fight.’

It was looking good for Barnet, but with the League Two table so tight defeat in the crucial relegation battle with Torquay on Tuesday night saw them drop into the bottom two for the first time in over two-months.

Victory at the weekend, mentally tough or not, is a must for The Bees!

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