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Barnet bring in Peter Shreeves as coach

Peter Shreeves
Shreeves managed Barnet when they were in the Conference

Barnet have appointed former Bees manager Peter Shreeves as a coach as they look to turn around a disastrous run of form.

The 69-year-old ex-Tottenham and Sheffield Wednesday boss was in charge at Underhill between 2002 and 2004.

The Bees have not won in League Two since October, and are in 18th place.

Bees boss Ian Hendon, who Shreeves signed as a player in 2002, told BBC London 94.9: "I am a young manager, I am ambitious and I want to learn."

He continued: "I've worked with him over the years and I've been a player with him at three different clubs.

"He is going to bring a wealth of experience with him, and from my point of view as a manager, his experience is going to be invaluable to me.

"He is keen to get out on the training ground and get to work with the players.

"Peter has been in the game a long time and if I can take anything from him, I will be delighted.

"There are no airs and graces with him and I'm really pleased to have him with us."

Shreeves was director of football at Blue Square Premier side Grays this season.



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see also
Shreeves to lead Grays at Rushden
10 Sep 09 |  Grays
Shreeves and Moncur in at Grays
26 Jun 09 |  Grays
Shreeves quits Barnet
18 Mar 03 |  Non League
Barnet unveil Shreeves
26 Feb 02 |  Barnet


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