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Handy Andy pleased as punch as Reds ko Foxes

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Veteran striker Andy Gray was pleased as punch after his two first half goals helped Barnsley ko big-spending Leicester City. The 33-year-old forward has had to bide his time, due to the good form shown by Craig Davies and leading scorer Ricardo Vaz Te, but got the nod from boss Keith Hill for the clash… Read more »


Super success was for birthday boy Flicker

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Barnsley boss Keith Hill dedicated the brilliant 2-1 victory over Leicester City this afternoon to his assistant David Flitcroft. Said a thrilled Hill: “First and foremost that was a win for David Flitcroft. He’s 38 today and we’ve given him a bit of a birthday treat with that success. “He is an integral part of… Read more »


Gray at the double in brilliant Barnsley win

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Leicester City 1, Barnsley 2 (Championship) By Andrew Lodge Reds boss Keith Hill opted to change his attack for the tough test at big-spending Leicester, handing new signing Chris Dagnall his debut, in the number 13 shirt, but also bringing back Andy Gray at the expense of Craig Davies. And what an inspirational decision it… Read more »


Underdog Reds v favourite Foxes: head-to-head

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Barnsley are big underdogs going into their Championship clash at play-off hopefuls Leicester City at the King Power Stadium tomorrow. The Foxes have lost just one of their last 13 meetings, although they were rather fortunate to escape with a 1-1 draw at Oakwell back in September. Barnsley’s new signing Chris Dagnall is set to… Read more »


Haynes joins Charlton – and could face Owls

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Danny Haynes has completed his expected move to League One leaders Charlton Athletic, for an undisclosed fee – and he could be thrown into a spicy debut against fellow promotion rivals Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough tomorrow. The 23-year-old Peckham-born forward scored six goals in 33 appearances for Barnsley after being signed by Mark Robins from… Read more »


Barnsley set for Wath derby date

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Barnsley rugby union First XV, bidding to finish in the top two places in Yorkshire League Two this season, face a local derby clash with Wath this weekend. Meanwhile, another local side, Wortley RUFC, recorded a fine derby trumph of their own last Saturday, defeating visitors Stocksbridge 27-10.


More to come from us says McNulty

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Centre-back Jimmy McNulty believes that there is more to come from Barnsley in the second half of the season. He says: “Up to January reports on us should read, ‘good but can do better’. “I think that we have pleased the supporters by the way we have gone about things. We have attempted to produce… Read more »


Charlie hoping for 'better and exciting times'

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Martial arts expert Charlie Green is a busy man. Not only is he gearing up for his very first cage fight, but he has his hands full overseeing the completion of a new martial arts centre. And all this while being hit hard emotionally – and financially. Charlie, 39, has been involved in local martial… Read more »


Hill: No clue on departure date of unwanted pair

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Danny Haynes and Nathan Doyle are inching closer to the exit door – but Reds boss Keith Hill says he cannot give an exact date on when the out-of-favour pair complete their moves away from Oakwell. Striker Haynes has held talks with League One leaders Charlton Athletic, who are keen to recruit the 23-year-old on… Read more »


Miles better – but Addison doesn't expect to stay

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Miles Addison is hoping to start for the Reds in the next two matches – but admits he doesn’t think his long-term future will be at Oakwell. The Derby County man, who signed an emergency loan extension at the start of this month, is glad to be in Keith Hill’s plans for the forthcoming fixtures… Read more »