MANAGER Michael Flynn has dismissed fears that Newport County AFC could be sucked into a relegation battle after a run of six games without a win in League Two. County have not won a league match since the 4-0 thumping of Forest Green Rovers at the New Lawn on October 14. Since then the Exiles have progressed in the FA Cup but drawn three and lost three in the league to slip to 10th in the table, four points below the play-off positions.
NEWPORT County AFC led 1-0 thanks to Ben White's first goal for the club but late lapses of concentration allowed Barnet to claim all three points at Rodney Parade with goals from John Akinde in the 88th minute and Shaquile Coulthirst in the 90th minute. Here's what we learned...or the third match in succession County led going into the final 10 minutes and for the third match in succession they failed to secure the win.
A FURIOUS Michael Flynn accused his Newport County AFC players of not listening to instructions as they collapsed to a 2-1 defeat at Rodney Parade. County led 1-0 through Ben White’s 73rd-minute header and looked to be on their way to a first League Two win since October 14. But struggling Barnet levelled through John Akinde two minutes from time before snatching all three points through Shaquile Coulthirst at the death.
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