A very precarious and edgy situation there mate you can do it though! Good luck Dean
After a battling preformance at Kenilworth Road, Carshalton were relegated from the Blue Square Premier division after a 2-2 draw.
Despite many people believing before kickoff that a result would see them stay in the division it proved not. Woking even managed to defeat AFC Telford which meant Carshalton climbed out of the relegation battle and once The Robin's fans got notice of this, the stadium erupted.
However it proved only to be a cruel joke as Barnet pulled off a sensational win against bottom club Grimsby to defy all the odds. The Carshalton players looked devastated once the full time whistle blew, a team widely expected to finish bottom only coming up short on the final day. Manager Gary Neville looked distraught as he spoke to us earlier.
"Football's a cruel game, It has reminded me off the last game of last season, thinking we had won the title until the last minute. This is a different feeling though, I don't know quite how to feel. I was confident we could stay up especially once Woking beat Telford but I'd like to be the first to Congratulate Barnet on their great achievement, nobody expected them to do it. I will have to sit down with the chairman and discuss my future at the club. I've already heard players saying they want to leave which I find disgraceful. I'm not sure about my own future at the moment"
The bookies have released latest odds and they indicate that Carshalton boss Gary Neville may well be on the verge of leaving the club he has spent 3 years with. Interest is thought to be high, with many league 2 and League 1 clubs looking at bringing the ex-England International to their dugout. A club press conference is expected within the next 48 hours.