Edgar Davids to decide on future at relegated Barnetby Jack Kitson / 29 April 2013, 11:45Tweet
Barnet boss Edgar Davids will meet with chairman Tony Kleanthous this week to discuss his future following the club's relegation from the Football League. On Saturday the Bees suffered the heartache of dropping out of League Two on the final day of the 2012/13 campaign and will now play their football in the Blue Square Bet Premier next season...but whether Davids will still be in the dugout remains to be seen.
Back in October the Dutchman shocked the football world when he agreed to join the struggling club, who had collected just three points from their opening 11 games. He originally came in as a joint-head coach with Mark Robson but two months later was left in sole charge after Robson departed. He went on to register a creditable eight wins in 22 games but ultimately fell just short of saving the club from the drop.
Barnet endured the agony of getting relegated on goal difference following their 2-0 defeat at Northampton on the final day of the campaign. Their shocking start to the season cost them in the end but they will look to bounce back instantly next season. If they can persuade Davids to stay it will give the club a huge boost as they enter a new era at The Hive stadium after playing their final game at Underhill.