Barnet Begin Search For A New Manager As Currie Departs

Barnet are beginning their search for a new manager after Darren Currie left the club.

The Bees have confirmed the departure of their popular boss in a brief statement this morning.

He guided the club to a play-off semi final last season after taking a top seven place on the unweighted points per game basis.

The season before, he took the North Londoners into the FA Cup fourth round where they came close to shocking Brentford.

Currie’s assistant Junior Lewis has also left the Hive, the National League outfit announced.

No details have yet been made public about who will stand in after the head coach’s exit.

“Barnet Football Club can today (12th August) announce that Head Coach Darren Currie and Assistant Coach Junior Lewis have left the Club,” they said.

“Barnet Football Club would like to put on record our thanks to both Darren and Junior for their efforts and hard work during their time with the Club.

“We will release a more detailed statement in due course.”

The news comes after Notts County number two Neil Cox was given an opportunity he says he couldn’t turn down after taking over at League Two Scunthorpe.

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