THEY PLAYED FOR BOTH: Barnet & Chesterfield

Last updated : 04 April 2010 By Jaybee

Keith Rowland joined Chesterfield on a free transfer from QPR in 2001. He made 12 league appearances for Chesterfield before joining Barnet in March 2003. He made six starts and another two appearances for the Bees before being released at the end of the season.

Darren Currie joined Barnet in the summer of 1998 after being released by Plymouth Argyle. He made 127 league appearances for the Bees, scoring 18 goals and helped the club to the division three play-offs in 2000. He left to join Wycombe in 2001 following Barnet’s relegation to the Conference for £200,000. He joined Chesterfield in the summer of 2008 after being released by Luton Town. He is currently on loan at Dagenham & Redbridge.

Rob Beckwith joined Chesterfield in March 2006 and only played 2 first team matches for them before leaving two months later. He joined Barnet in the summer of 2007 and made 14 league appearances for the Bees before leaving last year. He later joined Blue Square Premier club, Grays.

Roger (Harry) Willis started his career at Grimsby before joining Barnet in 1990 for £10,000. Willis helped the Bees gain promotion to the football league by winning the GM Vauxhall Conference in 1991. He was part of the Barnet squad that made the Division Four play-offs in 1991/92, but left in October 1992 to join Watford for £175,000. He made 39 league starts plus another 5 appearances for the Bees as substitute and scored 13 goals. He joined Chesterfield from Peterborough in 1997 and made 135 league appearances for them, scoring 21 goals before rejoining Peterborough in 2002.

Paul Warhurst joined Chesterfield from Bolton in October 2003 and made just 4 league appearances for them before moving to Barnsley. He joined Barnet in March 2006 after being released by Wrexham and made 18 league starts plus another 10 appearances as a substitute before being released in May 2007.