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Barnet have apologised for inappropriate tweets made during the Bees' 2-1 defeat against Luton Town
8:00am Saturday 28th December 2013 in Sport
Barnet have apologised for 'inappropriate tweets' which were posted during the Bees' 2-1 defeat against Luton Town.
The tweets related to referee Robert Whitton's decision to send Barnet striker Jon Nurse off following a foul which left Hatters' midfielder Jonathan Smith with a broken leg.
The club state the member of staff concerned has been disciplined.
The statement on the Bees website read: "Barnet FC wishes to apologise for any offence caused by our matchday coverage yesterday.
"During our live Twitter commentary a number of inappropriate tweets were posted and the member of staff concerned has been disciplined.
"Everybody at Barnet Football Club would like to wish Jonathan Smith the speediest of recoveries."
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