Barnsley manager Keith Hill will choose his starting line-up at Burnley tomorrow night from an unchanged squad. The Reds’ scheduled league clash with high-flying Birmingham City at Oakwell on Saturday was postponed because of a frozen playing surface – but Hill is unlikely to alter his matchday 16. Recent signing Scott Golbourne is expected to… Read more »
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Former Barnsley defender Mick McCarthy is today looking for a new job – after being sacked as manager of Premier League strugglers Wolves. The decision came less than 24 hours after the Molineux men were hammered 5-1 on home soil by their fierce rivals West Bromwich Albion in the Black Country derby. Barnsley-born Mick, who… Read more »
Barnsley have rearranged their Championship clash with Birmingham City at Oakwell for Tuesday, February 21. Saturday’s scheduled fixture was postponed just two hours before kick-off due to parts of the playing surface being frozen. The new fixture will kick-off at 7.45pm and all tickets purchased for the original match will be valid.
Barnsley are close to completing the signing of former Swansea City and Wales international midfielder David Cotterill for the remainder of the season. The deal, which Reds boss Keith Hill describes as a ‘no-brainer’, is subject to international clearance. The 24-year-old wide player, who underwent his medical this morning, is not expected to be available… Read more »
There are just over three days left for Reds’ fans to vote for Barnsley Academy player Rhys Oates in the latest League Football Education Goal of the month contest. Eight fantastic finishes from all over England and Wales have made it on to the shortlist for the December and January award. Conor Wilkinson (Millwall) was… Read more »
Barnsley FC director and general manager Don Rowing has laughed off speculation linking Keith Hill with the vacant managerial post at Championship rivals Leeds United. Leeds fired Simon Grayson on February 1 after three years at the helm, and former Barnsley hero Neil Redfearn is currently in caretaker charge. ‘Redders’ won his first game, 3-0… Read more »
Barnsley supporters who bought matchday tickets for the postponed clash with promotion-chasing Birmingham City at Oakwell on Saturday have been told they will be valid for the rearranged fixture. The new date will be announced on Monday. Saturday’s game was called off following a 12.30pm pitch inspection by referee Carl Boyeson. The Oakwell Club said:… Read more »
Barnsley director Don Rowing admitted today that the Reds will always struggle to prevent bigger clubs from ‘cherry-picking’ their best player. He might want to hope that a big Yorkshire rival doesn’t come ‘cherry-picking’ the Oakwell outfit’s management team! For at the regular Thursday morning press conference Barnsley boss Keith Hill would not rule out… Read more »
Barnsley’s injured midfielder Stephen Dawson wants to prove to the Barnsley supporters just why boss Keith Hill snapped him up just before the transfer window slammed shut. The former Leyton Orient skipper won many admirers for some fine performances in the lower leagues. Now he wants to show he can cut it in the Championship…. Read more »
Scott Golbourne is confident he can blossom at Barnsley. The left-sided player, signed on deadline day from Exeter City for an undisclosed fee, enjoyed a goalscoring debut at Watford last weekend – and is now in line for his home bow against high-flying Birmingham City on Saturday. His strike at Vicarage Road, after coming on… Read more »