The win of Birmingham city is over Barnsley as a
result of perspiration instead of inspiration. This is what Martin O’Connor;
the former captain of Blues had to say after witnessing the midweek victory and
shaming defeat against Nottingham Forest 3 days back.
O’Connor has played over 200 games for the team from
1996 to 2002. He had been relieved to notice the squad show some of their
qualities which they had developed over the previous seasons but had been
absent at city Ground.
He says that he felt that in the match against
Barnsley, it had none of their identity. They are organized and hard-working
but that couldn’t be seen. He supports all style of football which is good for
the eye but the performance should also be considered.
He says that is Barnsley had played till Christmas;
they would not have been able to score. He says that he has watched the Blues
play at home for the first time and they have more than what they showed.
Jutkiewicz always gets something for Blues as he is one of the best players.
In this season, the changes that are taking place in the club, with the players and the managers, 3 points had been earned through hard work instead of a great performance. O’Connor says that he was not excited or enthralled by their performance against Barnsley, to be honest but it had been a better performance against Nottingham Forest. This is something that they can build on. He feels that Alvaro Gimenez showed that the signs of promise following his debut with a goal.
Sometimes, he appears like Jutkiewicz but he a tad quicker and mobile. O’Connor thinks that they can make a good partnership. The next opportunity for Blues is the game against Swansea.
Barnsley shows up surrendered to their destiny where goalkeeper and Commander Adam Davies is worried. The multi-year-old that is almost 26 Welsh universal has been connected with Stoke for a little while now and it has all the earmarks of being an instance of when, not in the event that, he moves to the Potteries.
What is more, that has all the earmarks of being the inclination back in Barnsley, as well, as the Barnsley Chronicle justifiably regrets the conceivable loss of such a magic figure amid the club’s ongoing advancement crusade in League One.
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Barnsleyare currently second on the League Two table with seven games left in the season. the Tykes have been on a remarkable 19 game unbeaten run in the league and would be looking to make it 20 when Coventry comes visiting on Saturday afternoon.
The Tykes have a close to clean bill of health with some long-term absentees still missing. Midfielder Kenny Dougall suffered a horrific broken leg in the clash against Doncaster while star forward Kieffer Moore is currently out with a head injury.
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Barnsley have been one of the surprise teams in the League One this season as they currently lie second in the league with only a handful of matches left to play. The battle for the second automatic promotion slot is a three horse race as Portsmouth and Sunderland are closely placed behind.
However, in a recent turn of events, the League One side are understood to be close to the swoop of highly rated Hartle pool midfielder Conner Robertson. According to reports in England Barnsleyare in pole position to sign the teenage prodigy in the summer.
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In a match billed by many to be one of the biggest matches in the Sky Bet League One this season, Blackpool FC were held to a frustrating 2-2 draw by Wycombe Wandereres at Bloomfield Road. A very intense game of football it was!
Wanderers started the game the brighter side as they played with so much intensity in the opening the 10 minutes. Jay Spearing caused the Blackpool manager some headache just 5 minutes into the game, after going down under a challenge from Jacobson.
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The 20-year-old lad has scored 2 goals in this season. And after impressing many veteran players and the club of Barnsley he got his contract renewed and a new deal was signed at the Barnsley. The versatile lad is a product of the Academy of Reds and has been a regular player under Daniel Stendel and after this renewal; he will now stay at the club of Oakwell until 2021’s summer. His consistency and exceptional performance got him this contract and it can be said that it is his hard work that has finally paid off.
The 2 goals scored by the youngster Jacob for this club in this season were against Peterborough and the Fleetwood. He has made total 19 appearances (senior) out of which 17 were in this season and has scored 2 goals. His performance was exceptional in keeping in view his experience.
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