BARNET manager Edgar Davids has confirmed Jake Hyde has been relieved of his penalty duties after missing a spot kick in Monday's victory over Braintree Town.

Dean Wells and Alan Massey were sent off for Braintree in the first-half before Keanu Marsh-Brown, Mark Byrne and Hyde all struck in the second period to seal a 3-0 win and send Barnet to the top of the table.

But Bees frontman Hyde had missed a spot-kick in the first-half, becoming the third player since the start of pre-season to fail from 12-yards, following the fortunes of Harry Crawford and Byrne.
 
Davids was asked after the win whether Hyde would continue to take penalties, with the former Holland midfielder responding: “No. We will see. I have a couple of minds, but we shall go with a new number one and number two (penalty taker).”
 
Goalkeeper and captain Graham Stack also spoke about the issue, adding: “Hyde is a very good penalty taker, but it’s all different in a game.
 
“Keanu (Marsh-Brown) is next on the list. He said he wants to take penalties.”
 
The former Arsenal stopper also jokingly threw his name into the hat for the role

“I’ll concentrate about saving them and I’ll worry about them boys sticking them in the back of the net,” he said.
 
“Week before last, we did penalties after training, and I took a few. I would love to take a penalty – I’m confident enough to go and stick one away – but it’s up to the manager.”

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