The FLP has teamed up with NTT20, and here, Ali takes a look at a weekend jam-packed with action in the EFL…
Neil Fissler takes a trip down memory lane to see what happened to the Barnsley side who finished Division Three runners-up in 1980-81.
The 43-year-old succeeds Luke Williams, who was sacked at the beginning of May, after the Robins were relegated from League One following a penultimate day defeat to Scunthorpe United.
The 26-year-old, who had attracted interest from the likes of Swansea, Leeds and Aston Villa after rejecting a new deal at Oakwell, becomes Daniel Farke’s first signing, joining on an initial three-year contract.
WHO’S to say just how far Marc Roberts’ career will go? After all, he seems to have found life in the EFL a relative doddle so far.
The Leicester loanee talks to The FLP about his time at Barnsley, and what the future holds for him.
Barnsley manager Paul Heckingbottom says he has no problem with the way Sam Winnall celebrated his goal in Saturday South Yorkshire derby – but says his daughter does!
Barnsley boss Paul Heckingbottom reveals all about dealing with a mass exodus of his star players, how he hopes the Tykes can learn from previous mistakes and how he wants his side o become Championship stalwarts.
By Matt Badcock THE last six months have been a Tour de Force for Angus MacDonald – the Barnsley defender […]
After joining the Tykes from Plymouth in 2014, the 25-year-old went on to make 112 appearances in the centre of midfield for the Oakwell club, scoring an impressive 29 goals.
11 goal striker Sam Winnall is nearing a big-money move to local rivals Sheffield Wednesday, while captain Conor Hourihane is also rumoured to be attracting strong interest, from Wednesday and further afield.
The Africa Cup of Nations is fast approaching; a tournament always associated with great football, colourful crowds and some of the best footballers from one of the largest continents on the planet.
Barnsley boss Paul Heckingbottom says the club are close to finalising a permanent deal with Wigan midfielder Sam Morsy.
IT is now ten years since Keith Hill first zipped up his Barbour, pulled on a flat cap and stepped into the Rochdale dugout.