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Edgar Davids says he has enjoyed his first year at Barnet but admits he can still improve as a head coach
Edgar Davids has enjoyed his first year in charge at Barnet but admits he can still improve in his role as head coach.
The former Champions League winner and Dutch international shocked many when he joined the Bees on October 11, 2012.
A little over a year on and Davids remains at the club. Barnet were relegated from the Football League with the Dutchman at the helm last season but Bees supporters would argue the damage had been done prior to his appointment.
Davids was given the challenge of getting the club back into the Football League in the summer but Barnet have stuttered in the Skrill Premier and are currently in ninth place after 15 matches.
“I have enjoyed my time but I am always very critical of myself,” Davids said. “I think I am doing ok and I am still very positive with the development but I want to improve my skills every day.
“We started on a long road, which we are still on, and we will have to see when we reach the end stage.”
He continued: “There is room for improvement (as a manager) but more importantly is that the players improve. Some of them can play higher up but it is up to them.
“I hope I can give them that guidance to excel and become top, maybe be Premier League, footballers in the future.”
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