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Friday, 24 September 2010

Away Day Pubs - Barnet v Hereford

Will Simon Davey be drinking at the Last Chance Saloon?
Hereford United travel to fellow League Two strugglers Barnet on Saturday for what is already looking like a relegation crunch match. With (some) small glimmers of hope on display at Tuesday night's home defeat to Stevenage, Hereford's more optimistic fans will be hoping the match offers a chance to turn around recent fortunes and kick start our faltering season.

My own opinion is that a defeat at Barnet would leave the board little choice but wave goodbye to Simon Davey and start looking for another manager. Just how realistic this may be and how viable financially this actually is only Mr Keyte and Mr Russon will know. What is clear is that a loss on Saturday would leave United adrift at the foot of the table and already looking ominously towards the Blue Square Premier.

If you are travelling down for Saturday's match and are looking to calm your nerves ahead of this potential six-pointer with a pre-match drink we've done some research into the best Barnet pre-match pubs...

A favoured pub with away fans is The Old Red Lion (pictured left) - this is located behind the North Entrance to Underhill. The pub has plenty of room, a selection of real ales and also serves food. Note that the supporters club at the ground itself does not allow away supporters.

For those travelling by train, The Railway Bell is opposite the station which is a Wetherspoons pub so always a safe bet.

Also in Barnet itself at the top of Barnet Hill are The Misty Moon (pictured right) - Formerly the Moon Under the Water - and The King John which both welcome away supporters.

At the bottom of the hill is The Queen's Arms (pictured right) which is a Sports Bar offering real ale and big screens for any TV matches.

Here's hoping that the Bulls can make it their 2nd away win of the season and start the climb up the table. Despite Tuesday's heavy defeat there were signs that we can actually play a bit when we keep it on the deck and look to create chances rather than favouring the random punt upfield. Keep the faith!


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