October Headlines:

Barnsley schoolboy makes history

Barnsley have pledged to nurture Reuben Noble-Lazarus after the striker, aged 15 years and 45 days, became the Football League's youngest player.

Davey refuses to criticise Muller

Barnsley manager Simon Davey refused to criticise goalkeeper Heinz Muller despite his two horrendous errors in the 3-0 defeat to Ipswich Town.

Barnsley 4-1 Doncaster

Barnsley produced a stirring fightback following the 49th-minute dismissal of Darren Moore to register only their second league win of the season.

Crystal Palace v Barnsley

Barnsley boss Simon Davey told BBC Radio Sheffield: Link

"I will sit down with them [Campbell-Ryce and Hume], and see how they are. It's always a privilege to play for your country, but when it effects the team it becomes a problem."

Crystal Palace 3-0 Barnsley

Two goals from Ben Watson helped Crystal Palace to a third straight win and moved them into 13th but Barnsley stay in the bottom three.

Barnsley v Sheff Wed

Darren Moore could to return to Barnsley's starting line-up after being banned for the loss to Crystal Palace.

Hugo Colace could also start after being an unused substituted last time following his recovery from injury.

Davey Promises Fight & Passion - Audio

Barnsley brought 10-man Sheffield Wednesday down to earth as the Tykes recorded their third win of the season.

Campbell-Ryce signs new contract

Barnsley winger Jamal Campbell-Ryce has signed a new three-year contract with the Tykes.

The deal keeps the 25-year-old Jamaican international at Oakwell until the summer of 2011.

Barnsley V Bristol City

Barnsley have no injury worries following their midweek derby victory against Sheffield Wednesday.

Hugo Colace is expected to retain his place in midfield, while Iain Hume should partner Jon Macken in attack.

Barnsley 0-0 Bristol City

High-flying Bristol City were made to settle for a point at Oakwell in a game they could easily have lost.

Doncaster 0-1 BarnsleyBarnsley striker Iain Hume had the best chance of the game when he was through one-on-one but was denied by a fine save from keeper Adriano Basso.

Doncaster v Barnsley

Barnsley's Simon Davey has the luxury of naming an unchanged side.
Iain Hume, Darren Moore and Stephen Foster all took knocks in Saturday's goalless draw with Bristol City, but should keep their starting places.

Doncaster 0-1 Barnsley

Jon Macken's first-half goal gave Barnsley their first away win of the season and left Yorkshire rivals Doncaster deep in trouble.

Macken tapped home from close range three minutes before the interval after good work by Anderson De Silva.

Grimsby make Atkinson loan swoop

Grimsby Town have made their second loan signing in two days by recruiting Barnsley defender Rob Atkinson.

The 21-year-old, who also had a spell at Blundell Park last season, will stay with the Mariners until the beginning of January.

Charlton v Barnsley

Barnsley are expected to be unchanged from Tuesday's win over Doncaster.

Winger Martin Devaney has recovered from an ankle injury, so boss Simon Davey could name the same line-up for the fourth match in a row.

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