Davids lauds beaten Barnet

Edgar Davids was pleased despite Barnet's 2-1 defeat to Bristol Rovers, describing his side's play as "unbelievable".

Last Updated: 02/02/13 at 15:14

Edgar Davids: Mixed emotions

Edgar Davids: Mixed emotions

Ryan Brunt grabbed an injury-time winner to move the Pirates out of the League Two relegation zone after Barnet substitute Harry Crawford had equalised Fabian Broghammer's 77th-minute strike in the final minute.

Davids said: "If we had taken a point I would have been very happy because at times some of our football was unbelievable.

"We played the ball out from the back and enjoyed some really good spells but the lesson we have to learn is that you need to concentrate for every one of the 90 minutes.

"Football-wise we are definitely on the up and I see so many things to give me encouragement.

"But it is all about results and we have lost a game we should have taken something from so I cannot be happy."

Related News

Most Commented

Readers' Comments

W

hen players in their 30s leave Real Madrid, it's usually to Bolton Wanderers. I miss those days.

sailingmagpie
Top Ten CL Players Whetting Our Appetite

W

ow Pete, you would make an excellent stalker!

fouloleron
Taking A Close Look At Mario...

T

his specializing in mediocrity will only stop when Wenger and his entire back room staff are cleared out. Dortmund are everything Arsenal should be; in fact they're everything Arsenal thought they were, until they met this supreme doppelg nger.

dr soccer
The Bitter Taste Of Arsenal Déjà Vu

Footer 365

Europa League: Everton boss Roberto Martinez embracing European challenge

Roberto Martinez believes that Everton need to be playing in Europe in order to fulfil the squad’s potential.

The Morning View: Mark Warburton and Alan McInally predict problems for Greg Dyke's foreign player reform

Greg Dyke will face many problems reducing non-EU imports - according to Mark Warburton and Sky Sports' Alan McInally

Transfer news: Pep Guardiola says Manchester United couldn't afford his stars

Pep Guardiola says Manchester United 'don't have enough money' to tempt top talent away from Bayern Munich.

Mail Box

I've Given It Some Thought: He's Got To Go

There is some more considered reaction to Arsenal and Liverpool's results, plus a big get well soon message for Jonas Gutierrez. And an apology to Merse...

B**locks To That, I'm Going To Sit In The Shed

Arsenal supporters given their understandable reaction to the debacle in Dortmund, whilst Liverpool fans weren't too impressed either. Still, at least they won...

© 2014 British Sky Broadcasting Ltd. All Rights Reserved A Sky Sports Digital Media property