BARNET star Curtis Weston says coaches Ulrich Landvreugd and Dick Schreuder are more than able to step up to the mantle when manager Edgar Davids is absent.
The former Holland captain missed his second game of the season on Saturday as Barnet succumbed to a 2-1 loss away to AFC Halifax Town.
But his fellow countrymen stepped into the breach and Weston insists he has no problem carrying out their orders when the Bees’ superstar manager is not in the dugout.
Weston said of the Dutch coaching duo: “To be honest, Dick and Uli are more than capable of doing a good job when Mr David's can't be there. They are both good coaches and they try and keep the same philosophy that he uses, so not much changes.”
Saturday’s defeat also saw the 26-year-old score his first goal for the club in 36 appearances, but Weston feels that they were unlucky to come away from AFC Halifax Town empty handed.
“We Dominated and I thought we were unlucky in the end to come away empty handed,” he added. I thought we didn’t get out the blocks and didn’t really start playing till the last 20 minutes or so of the first half.
“It’s always nice to score but I would have rather come away with a point or all three for the team.”
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