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Barnet goalkeeper Graham Stack admits the Bees' lack of clean sheets this season frustrates him
3:01pm Wednesday 16th October 2013 in Sport
Graham Stack admits Barnet’s lack of clean sheets this season has frustrated him and says the Bees must start to perform consistently for 90 minutes.
The goalkeeper has kept just four shutouts in the Skrill Premier, with three of those coming in the opening five matches.
The Bees conceded a 89th minute equaliser against Wrexham on Saturday and speaking after the game, Stack said: “I have found the lack of clean sheets very frustrating because shots seem to be flying into the top corner. But I have got to remain composed and get on with things.
“You start at the beginning of the campaign with a number of clean sheets you want to keep. But we are way off that at the minute which is frustrating for me.”
Barnet have won just one of their last nine league matches and the Bees have slipped to ninth in the table.
“We’ve been inconsistent,” Stack admits. “We have played some fantastic football at times and look a very threatening and hard to beat side.
“The flip side of that is we haven’t done it for enough games or for 90 minutes. We need to try and find a level of consistency.”
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