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Dario Continues Scouting Mission

Following on from games at York and Stockport in the past couple of weeks, Dario Gradi went to watch Barnet vs Accrington Stanley over the weekend. The Technical Director has been busy searching for players to add to next season's squad having recently completely pulled himself out of the first team picture.

Dario has already been spotted watching on at Stockport, and reportedly taking a peak at York's Martyn Woolford and Onome Sodje. On Saturday he went into Lancashire to go talent spotting at Accrington Stanley, who recently secured a third season of League football.

Players who could interest the Alex include Barnet midfielder Albert Adomah, who Barnet have rejected two Championship bids for. Jason Puncheon, Neal Bishop and Joe Devera are also highly rated for the Bees.





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Date:Monday April 21 2008

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