Boss Browne disappointed at draw
PUBLISHED: 09:36 26 March 2008 | UPDATED: 21:41 26 October 2009
SCHOLARS boss Steve Browne felt his side were head and shoulders above Enfield Town in their 1-1 draw on Easter Monday. Bar missed a host of scoring opportunities and were made to pay after an equaliser in the dying minutes away in North London. From
SCHOLARS boss Steve Browne felt his side were "head and shoulders" above Enfield Town in their 1-1 draw on Easter Monday.
Bar missed a host of scoring opportunities and were made to pay after an equaliser in the dying minutes away in North London.
"From start to finish we were head and shoulders better than them," said a disappointed Browne after the game.
"We had three or four chances in the first half and the game should have been dead and buried by half-time.
"I'm disappointed we did not kill them off."
The score was goalless at the break but the Scholars deservedly took the lead through debutant winger Serge Makofo.
Browne praised the performance of the new man.
"I thought he was a class act today (Monday)," said the Bar boss.
"He was recommended to me earlier in the season but went to Maidenhead United as he wanted to play at a higher level.
"Things haven't worked for him, so I spoke to him in the week and he came in."
Of the game overall Browne added: "I'm pleased we didn't get beaten. I'm pleased the performance was there. I'm pleased we scored a really good goal, but disappointed that we conceded again."
Potters Bar are away to Redbridge on Saturday.