Martin Allen named supervisor of League Two facet Barnet for FIFTH time – NEWPAPER24
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March 19, 2018
Martin Allen named supervisor of League Two facet Barnet for FIFTH time
Martin Allen is returning to Barnet on a mission to avoid wasting them from relegation
Allen, who has a historical past of Houdini acts, will take over at The Hive on Monday
Ex-West Ham and QPR midfielder, nicknamed Mad Canine, final left the membership in 2016
By Tom Farmery For Mailonline
Revealed: 00:00 GMT, 19 March 2018 | Up to date: 09:10 GMT, 19 March 2018
Martin Allen is returning to Barnet for a fifth time – on a rescue mission from chairman Tony Kleanthous to avoid wasting the membership from relegation.
Allen, who has a historical past of relegation Houdini acts, will take over on Monday. Kleanthous sees the appointment as a ‘final roll of the cube’.
Former West Ham and QPR midfielder Allen, nicknamed Mad Canine, final departed the membership in 2016 for a doomed function at Eastleigh. He had been lined up for a job on new radio station Love Sport in addition to working as a referee’s assessor.
Martin Allen is returning to Barnet for a fifth time – on a mission to avoid wasting them from relegation
Barnet are backside of League Two and are seven factors from security after shedding on Saturday
Supervisor Graham Westley and Director of Soccer Mark McGhee might be leaving the membership
The membership confirmed Allen’s appointment on their official web site on Monday morning: ‘Everybody at The Hive London want to want Martin the perfect of luck as he joins our battle to maintain Barnet within the Soccer League.
‘The membership want to encourage each Bees fan on the market to get behind Martin and the workforce for our essential eight-game run-in and for us all to drag collectively as we glance to take care of our league standing.
‘Barnet Soccer Membership may also verify the departure of head coach Graham Westley and head of technical Mark McGhee with quick impact.’
Barnet are backside of League Two, having misplaced 2-Zero at residence to Wycombe on Saturday – they’re seven factors from security.
Current supervisor Graham Westley and Director of Soccer Mark McGhee had been knowledgeable of the choice on Sunday evening.
Allen, who has a historical past of relegation Houdini acts, will take over at The Hive on Monday
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