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Stevenage defender Andy Iro and Crystal Palace winger Ibra Sekajja have left Barnet after their loans came to an end
Updated 3:48pm Thursday 14th February 2013 in Sport
Barnet have been unable to extend the loan deals of centre-back Andy Iro and young winger Ibra Sekajja.
Iro joined the Bees in November from Stevenage and went on to form an impressive central defensive partnership with Davids Stephens.
During his nine game stay at Underhill Iro played nine games and helped Barnet keep four clean sheets.
He scored one goal for the club and it was a memorable 96th minute equaliser in a 2-2 draw at Exeter City.
Speaking after the Bees weekend draw with Port Vale, Iro said: “It had been a while since I played regular football and I like Underhill. It is very stadium with the slope and everything.
“But football is football and especially over the last couple of games I have been enjoying my football again.
“You get back into a routine and it has been fun. I really enjoyed myself.”
He continued: “Gillingham away would be my best memory. I think that win was important and I think the team started to believe that we do deserve to be in the Football League and there are some good players here.
“So that was the most important in terms of performance as was Bristol Rovers away and Port Vale at home.”
Sekajja signed a one-month loan deal with Barnet in January and played four matches during his stay at Underhill.
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