Interim Barnet boss Rossi Eames took his second training session on Tuesday morning – along with Henry Newman – and afterwards said there was no need to make seismic changes.
The pair have been placed in charge at The Hive following Martin Allen’s resignation on Thursday. With no fixture, the Bees squad had a planned weekend off before returning to training on Tuesday morning.
“It was very good and the intensity was excellent,” Eames said. “I thought their attitude was spot on and things we spoke about this morning came out in the session really well.
“It’s a process and that process was quite evident this morning.”
He continued: “There was no seismic changes. We spoke about doing the same things right; still competing having the same spirit, camaraderie and unity the boys have had and that will be an ongoing them.
“We’ll put our little spin on here and there where we need to tweak it. But this group have been fantastic for the last seven games in the league and there is no need to change it.”
You can watch Rossi’s interview below: