Barnsley manager Jose Morais is disappointed with the performance of the team in the first half against Middlesbrough. The coach felt the team could have pressed to produce something “extraordinary” against their rivals at the Riverside stadium.
Daniel Ayala scored an early goal to hand Boro an advantage. Adama Traore quickly doubled the advantage to weaken the resolve of Barnsley. The left footed strike in the 17th minute tore into the Tykes game plan and resulted in their eventual 3-1 loss. Continue Reading “DISAPPOINTED WITH FIRST HALF BORO DISPLAY”
Keinan Davis says the 3-0 win over Barnsley at the weekend was the perfect outcome as Aston Villa extended their unbeaten run to six games in all competitions.
Davis also netted his first senior goal for the club against the Tykes as the Claret and Blues took all three points at Oakwell.
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Barnsley boss Paul Heckingbottom wants clarification when it comes to the proposed takeover of the club. Talks have been dragging on for some time, and the boss wants to know when the deal will be done.
He said that this would allow him to plan for the January transfer window. He said that at the moment the club is at a standstill and that there is nothing happening. Paul Heckingbottom said that he is asked many questions by fans on what they can expect for the club.
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Barnsley was able to snatch the 14th spot of the English League Championship which is actually fairly surprising and impressive from the team of Paul Heckingbottom but things will be much more difficult to do in the 2017-18 season.
Taking into consideration the fact that many influential figures have made their way out of Oakwell, relegation is appearing to be the destiny for Paul Heckingbottom and his squad.
Andy Yiadom, Marc Roberts, Josh Scowen and Marley Watkins all left Barnsley during the current summer transfer window. These are just a few of the more recognized and key figures of Barnsley, all in all, the total amount of players that have left the club in this summer adds up to 16.
Elliot Lee, Bradley Ash, Callum Evans, Aidy White, Saidy Janko, Joe Williams, Kayden Jackson, Ike Ugbo, Matty Templeton and Lewin Nyatanga are all of the other remaining players that also made their way out.
The head coach of Barnsley Paul Heckingbottom has been busy trying to add many figures and has already secured the services of a few but nonetheless, when it comes to Barnsley, they are being heavily predicted of suffering relegation. Continue Reading “Paul Hecking bottom does not want to lose hope in Barnsley”
Barnsley’s away match with Reading has had to be postponed – the Tykes were due to play the Royals in a Championship clash at Madejski Stadium on Tuesday, September 12. However, due to Barnsley’s involvement in the Carabao Cup, the match has had to be rearranged.
Paul Heckingbottom’s side take on Derby County in the second round of the competition and the game has been scheduled for September 19.
The clash with Royals, therefore, will be played at a later (as yet unconfirmed) date. Tickets already purchased for the game will remain valid for the new rearranged fixture. Any fans who are unable to attend the game will be able to request a refund from the Madejski Stadium ticket office. Continue Reading “WHY BARNSLEY VS READNG WAS POSTPONED”
The Premier League is set to begin next month.
There are some players that are almost sure of playing all games as long as they are fit. For the top sides, they include the following.
For Premier League champions, there is David Luiz. The Brazilian is an undroppableas he is expected to combine with skipper Gary Cahill and Cesar Azpilicueta in defence. He is the balanced of the three as Cahill lacks pace and Azpilicueta is not far from the ground. N’GoloKante could rival him for the undroppbale tag but the middle is set to get interesting with the proposed acquisitions and options.
At Arsenal, defender Laurent Koscielny earns that tag. Nacho Montreal and PetrCech are close rivals but the French player easily wins it.
At Anfield, Joel Matip is a serious contender, even ahead of the aging James Milner. The Cameroonian is a stable force at the back so he is expected to play in every game. Continue Reading “PREMIER LEAGUE NEW SEASON ‘UNDROPPABLES’”