Former Arsenal goalkeeper Graham Stack believes Barnet will improve despite poor start to the season

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Barnet goalkeeper Graham Stack has stressed it is too early for anyone at the club to panic despite the Bees poor start to the season.

Barnet suffered their third defeat in four League Two matches at the weekend – a 3-1 loss away at Rochdale – and are yet to record a victory in all competitions under Mark Robson.

However, former Arsenal goalkeeper Stack is adamant the Bees will improve as the season progresses.

“I’m not panicking and I don’t think the manager or the players should. There is a lot of football still to be played and we will improve.

“It is a new group who haven’t been together for that long. I haven’t been at the club a long time, I’ve only trained four or five days, but in time we will certainly improve,” the 30-year-old explained.

“It’s disappointing that we were beaten but we have got to stick together as a team and it the only way we will get out of this is to stick together, not just as a group but as a club and I’m sure things will kick on.”

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11:36pm Tue 4 Sep 12

emilia777 says...

From the front page, 'Barnet goalkeeper Graham Stack has PROMISED things will get better after the Bees poor start to the season.'
No he hasn't.
From the front page, 'Barnet goalkeeper Graham Stack has PROMISED things will get better after the Bees poor start to the season.' No he hasn't. emilia777

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