Rosler: No need for panic alarms

Brentford manager Uwe Rosler admits his side have had a poor start to the season but will not start panicking just yet.

Last Updated: 23/08/12 at 15:42

Rosler: Keeping a cool head

Rosler: Keeping a cool head

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The Bees were beaten 3-1 at home to Yeovil on Tuesday night following a goalless draw at Bury on the opening day.

Full-back Scott Barron and striker Paul Hayes featured against the Glovers following their recent switch to Griffin Park and Rosler admits they may be lacking some fitness.

But he said: "I'm not starting to have major concerns two games into the season.

"We can say we have had a bad start, two games and one point.

"Both players who joined us lately - Scott Barron and Paul Hayes - have a way to go to catch up fitness-wise. But that is normal, and we knew that. The only way they will get fitter is to play them."

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