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Barnet boss Mark Robson admitted Gillingham's goals were avoidable after 3-1 defeat
Barnet boss Mark Robson admits he feels like he is repeating himself when assessing the Bees' performances this season.
Robson watched his side suffer a 3-1 defeat against Gillingham at Underhill – a result which leaves Barnet bottom of the League Two table.
Goals from Jack Payne, Danny Kedwell and Deon Burton saw the Gills comfortably over the line, with Jack Saville on the scoresheet for the home side.
Robson stated that all three of the visitor’s goals were avoidable.
He said: “I seem to be saying the same things, which is disappointing to be honest. All three goals today were avoidable. The first goal someone didn't track the runner, the second someone didn’t mark in the box and the third is from a throw in we didn’t deal with it.
“I honestly feel like I’m repeating myself because I felt we started well, we looked like we were ok.
“Then we concede and let another in really quickly, and again through our own fault.
“We were 2-0 down but got a lifeline back into the game. Then I thought we played some good football, we passed it well and changed the play. We have probably created more opportunities today than we have in other games.
“But then we have still lost 3-1 and like I said, I’m saying the same things and it has got to change.”
The Bees have struggled for goals this season but Robson is hoping to bring another forward into the club.
He added: “We are looking and we are trying to get another striker in to help us. But I thought we created some decent opportunities today and that is the pleasing thing for me because we haven’t done that in other games.
“But the main thing for us at the moment is to stop conceding goals.”