Date: 12th August 2008 at 1:07am
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The issue of segregation at Underhill has been a major talking point for the fans ever since the FA Cup 4th round tie against Bristol Rovers last season. The game was surrounded by controversy after clashes between the two sets of fans and one fan was left hurt after a coin was thrown.

After that game the club took the temporary issue of extending the distance between home and away fans on the East Terrace.

On Saturday, Barnet fans were left in the corner of the East Terrace and this angered several Barnet fans. The official club messageboard was bombarded by angry comments about the situation. One fan commented that he could see ‘70% of the game’ and that his friend could see about ‘25%’. Another fan said he felt ‘let down’ by the club’.

In the wake of the debate, Barnet F.C today announced that talks will be held regarding the issue of segregation and the East Terrace.