Despite being unlucky to lose their Premier League status last season, Birmingham struggled to cope with Keith Hill’s Barnsley who were unlucky not to come away from St. Andrews with a convincing win. (more…)
Highlights of the game between Sheffield United and Barnsley which finished 2-2. This result combined with draws for both Crystal Palace and Doncaster Rovers condemned the Blades to relegation to League 1.
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Barnsley’s last away game of the 2010/11 nPower Championship season was one of the shortest journeys of the season as the Reds took on Sheffield United at Bramall Lane. A game against a local rival is always one to look forward to however the fact nothing less than a win would do for the Blades in their relegation fight added to the atmosphere of the occasion. (more…)
On a fine bank holiday Monday afternoon, Barnsley had to come from behind twice as to salvage a draw against visitors Doncaster who have now all-but ensured, like the Reds, that they will be playing Championship football next season. (more…)
For the second time in less than two weeks, Barnsley lose a game to a goal scored with less than a minute on the clock. Luke Steele pushed John Eustace‘s effort onto the bar, but with the Reds ‘keeper still recovering from the save, Eustace was able to tuck the ball into the net at the second attempt from a yard or so out.
Barnsley continued their run of impressive performances as we come towards the end of the 2010/11 Championship season with a respectable draw and Middlesbrough, although it could have been so much better. (more…)
Not even a minute had elapsed when QPR’s dangerous attacking midfielder Adel Taarabt gave the away side the lead at Oakwell, but after that it was a true ‘backs to the wall’ display from the league leaders as Barnsley did everything apart from get the ball in the net. (more…)
For the second time this season, a match with Bristol City has yielded a total of six goals, however this time the Reds emerged convincing winners in contrast to the two goal lead that was surrendered at Ashton Gate at the beginning of the season.
It took a while for Barnsley to get going, even though the team had a more balanced look to it with a line-up that was very close to Mark Robins’ best eleven. Marvin Elliott gave Bristol City the lead on just seven minutes and it seemed like it was going to be a long afternoon at Oakwell…yet again. (more…)