The Calvin Report: Former Arsenal goalkeeper makes last-minute penalty save in final League game on famous sloping pitch
Loyal Barnet supporters were saved by an unlikely hero – their player-manager Edgar Davids.
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A former News of the World reporter whose evidence helped to convict a senior counter-terrorism officer attacked Rupert Murdoch’s media empire today for its role in the case, saying it had broken a tenet of journalism by revealing a source.
Goals were at a premium in League Two on Tuesday with eight out of 11 matches finishing under 2.5 goals and we fancy more of the same on Saturday with our focus fixed on a couple of interesting tussles in particular. Let's start with Morecambe v Barnet at the Globe Arena.
The favourites are getting heavy in League Two, presenting us with a weekend when the preferred course of action is to dabble on a couple of speculative long shots in the absence of a single solid wager. Naturally, the caveat is that the league table offers little encouragement.
Former Holland international and joint Barnet head coach Edgar Davids has been registered to play in tonight's npower League Two home fixture against Northampton.
Steve Evans completes his six-match stadium ban this weekend and, unlike the rest of League Two, we reckon his Rotherham players will be longing for the loudmouth Glaswegian's return after the visit of Southend. Take the 9/4 available on Paul Sturrock's men in the draw no bet market.
Comedian overcomes his fear of swimming to complete a length for Sport Relief
Arriving in London via Sudan, Britain's new 39-year-old triple jump champion had to leap numerous obstacles, writes Simon Turnbull
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger feels allowing Barclays Premier League clubs to have feeder teams playing in the lower leagues would not sit well with the English football culture.
Mark McGhee has been named the new manager of npower League Two strugglers Bristol Rovers, the club have confirmed.
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Saracens 35 Gloucester 12
The Football League Column: With a ground capacity of just over 5,000 and a catchment area dominated by support for Arsenal and Tottenham, Barnet have become accustomed to defying the odds
Martin Allen is back in management as the new boss of League Two strugglers Barnet.