What's in a corner?
Not much, you might say, but Barnet's deliveries from a set piece had boss Martin Allen spitting blood in the 1-1 draw with Colchester on Saturday.
The gaffer was none too impressed with Bees balls into the box, and reckoned his side were found wanting for the second game on the spin.
However, he did add that any point won when the side didn't perform, was a good point.
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He also had words of praise for both new winger Jamal Campbell-Ryce and chairman Tony Kleanthous, who made the deal happen.
Allen explained to the club's official website: "The chairman has pushed the boat out to get Jamal. I only put the names to the chairman and he’s said OK on it and got the deal done.
"We’ve got a good squad of players here at Barnet. It’s been a big blow to lose Michael Gash and James Pearson in the first two weeks of the season. But the players who have come in for those two have done really well."
The Colchester point came eight minutes from time when Curtis Weston stabbed home his second of the season.
The gaffer saw it as a well played get-out-of-jail card.
“We had chances to win the game in the end," he added. "We had plenty of chances and there were counter-attacks where we got clear and the final pass wasn’t good enough.
“We had numerous set plays which were rubbish. We could have kept kicking those corners until the cows came home and not scored.
“It’s something we’ve worked on and worked on and worked on. Now we will have to work even more.
"This is a great place to play football because we’ve got a brilliant pitch and a very loyal fan following on the far side who make a lot of noise. They didn’t get what they pay for. That’s my responsibility.
"In two home games we haven’t played that well. Yet in two away games – at MK Dons and Mansfield Town – we’ve been superb as a team.
"I’ll have to have a look at that."
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