Paul Fairclough has given trials to three more players ahead of this afternoon’s clash against Premiership giants Arsenal.
Striker Stephane Claude Seanla was released by Kettering after joining them in January last season on non-contract terms and he has joined the Bees on a trial. The 18 year old Ivory Coast frontman signed for the Poppies after spells at Tottenham and Watford and scoring 4 goals in 2 reserve games. He is described as a ‘natural goalscorer’ by former boss Morell Maison.
Also coming from non-league is Michael Bostwick who has come from Blue Square Premier outfit Rushden & Diamonds. The defender has also had experience at Crawley Town but is now looking at getting a chance to play in the Football League after being released as a trainee by Millwall.
West Ham goalkeeper David Blackmore should get 45 minutes to show his abilities in the Arsenal game this afternoon after being told by the Premiership side he could go on trial with the Bees. Barnet only have one goalkeeper in the form of captain Lee Harrison and will be looking for an understudy whom Harrison can coach and one day develop into the Bees’ first-choice man between the posts.