Following the Bees' exit from the FA Cup on Saturday, it's back to League Two action on Wednesday with a trip to Hereford United. Barnet will be able to call on new signings Albert Adomah from Harrow Borough and
Former PROTEC youngster, Tim Trebes, who now plays for Ryman League, Wivenhoe, will be on the bench on Wednesday as Rob Beckwith is likely to be out for two weeks. Trebes is still registered as a league player with Barnet. There may also be a place for Sagi Burton who has been on the bench for the last two matches following his long lay off through injury. Michael Leary misses the 2nd match of his 3 match suspension.
Hereford are likely to be without Steve Guinan who is injured, but Luke Webb may be fit to gain a place in the squad, while new loan signing, Gary Hooper may start against the club who had him on trial in 2006.
Hereford, who are managed by Graham Turner, were promoted, via the play offs, from the Conference in 2006 and this is their 2nd season back in the league. They have had a fine season so far and are currently 4th in the table though they lost their last League Two match, 4-0 at
Earlier this season, the two clubs mat at Underhill in August and
Like Barnet, the Bulls have made a number of new signings during the summer and there line up will have a very unfamiliar look to it. One player remaining from last season is goalkeeper, Wayne Brown, the former
In defence, three players remain from last season, two former
In midfield, the Bulls have former Watford, Norwich and Wycombe player, Clint Easton, who was another player signed from Gillingham, Toumani Diagouraga who has been signed on loan from Watford until the end of December along with 18 year old striker, Theo Robinson, Ben Smith, who is in his second spell at the club will probably complete a four man midfield, though there may be a place for former Walsall player, Kris Taylor or local youngster, Sam Gwynne. This week,
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