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Edgar Davids was satisfied with Barnet's 0-0 draw at Woking but was pleased the Bees kept their first clean sheet since August
11:52pm Tuesday 8th October 2013 in Sport
Barnet head coach Edgar Davids was satisfied with a draw and a clean sheet against Woking but admitted the Bees can “play better games.”
There was little between the two sides across the 90 minutes. Harry Crawford missed the best opportunity for the visitors after he fired over from close range and Graham Stack produced an instinctive stop to deny Joe McNerney late on.
Speaking after the match, Davids said: “It was a hard fought game but we kept a clean sheet. So I am happy with that and we will build on it.
“It is important for the back four to keep a clean sheet but I don’t mind if we always score one more than the opponent.
“But the clean sheet is something positive for us. Anthony (Acheampong) did very well and I am pleased to see he can play at right-back.
“You can always play better games. But if there is nothing there for you then you have to be satisfied with a draw.”
He continued: “Of course we battled but they played well in the first half. If you give them time and space they will play.
“There were not a lot of chances created so then I am satisfied with a clean sheet and a point.”
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