Jacob Brown’s Contract With Barnsley Extended With League One Club

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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Barnsley Set To Make Changes To The Game With The Everton U21s

Barnsley hope defender Adam Jackson will be fit for Checkatrade Trophy of Tuesday the clash with Everton Under-21s. Jackson was not involved in the match for Reds’ 1-0 League One victory over Southend on Saturday, but manager Daniel Stendel expects him to be available to the home team against the Premier League Academy.

The center-half during the training on Friday has got injured and the injury is internal. He will probably start if he should get up on time. “He was hurt on Friday, it was clear that he could not play and he could not be on the bench against Southend,” said Stendel. “It is not serious; I hope he will play on Tuesday.”
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Stendel happy to manage Barnsley

Barnsley new coach Daniel Stendel said that he is happy to be managing Barnsley and that he is certain that they can have a great season. It is the first time that the German manager will be managing outside his country and said that he has loved the experience so far.

Indeed Daniel Stendel has last managed a team in 2017 with Hannover and it is the first time that he is taking up a job outside Germany. He said that he loves to work in England and that he loves the Barnsley fans.
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