Barnet boss Martin Allen demands improvement for final two games

13:40 24 April 2012

Martin Allen has returned to manage Barnet for the third time

Martin Allen has returned to manage Barnet for the third time

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The north London club host AFC Wimbledon on Saturday before a trip to Burton Albion on the final day of the season

Barnet manager Martin Allen has demanded that his side improve for the final two games of the season.

The Bees were beaten 3-0 at Southend to leave them two points clear of the relegation zone.

“We have two games left of the season where we really need to push on and make sure we stay in this division,” Allen said.

The north London club host AFC Wimbledon on Saturday before a trip to Burton Albion on the final day of the season.

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