Barnet boss has spoken to former West Ham man after error hands Aldershot win

11:30 19 September 2012

Jordan Brown was at fault for Aldershot

Jordan Brown was at fault for Aldershot's winner. Picture: Nick Potts/PA Archive

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Barnet manager Mark Robson has spoken to Jordan Brown after his error allowed Aldershot to score the only goalof the game.

The former West Ham youngster allowed Adam Mekki to cross into the box and Craig Reid reacted before Krystian Pearce to fire home.

“It wasn’t a particularly good game but we were quite gritty I thought. I’ve just spoken to Jordan because the cross for their goal should never have come in.

“He is only a young lad and he will learn from that mistake. But he has got to do better and he knows it because if the cross doesn’t come in, we keep a clean sheet and maybe get a point. But unfortunately it wasn’t to be.”

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