Source: Barnsley Chronicle

Buoyant Barnsley urged to shoot down Robins

BARNSLEY’S players, their confidence boosted by the midweek success against Sheffield Wednesday, have been told to deliver another home victory tomorrow.

The Reds could move out of the bottom three in the Championship if they can overcome fourth-from-top Bristol City at Oakwell.

Assistant boss Ryan Kidd said last night: “We’ve told the lads that there is no point putting in a performance like they did against Wednesday, and getting three deserved points, if they immediately go and lose to Bristol City".

The Reds were also boosted this week with the news that in-form winger Jamal Campbell-Ryce has signed a new two-and-a-half year deal with the Oakwell Club.

Kozzie confident of success

BARNSLEY defender Rob Kozluk can’t wait to tackle Bristol City at Oakwell tomorrow. He's confident that the Reds can register another home win and escape the bottom three. Kozluk enthused: “After beating the Wednesday, how can you not be looking forward to the next game? Bring it on!"

Reds and Royals team up

BARNSLEY have teamed up with fellow Championship club Reading to slash the cost of watching the action when the two teams meet at Oakwell in December – and again at the Madejski Stadium next April.

Vaz Te chat just one of many says Davey

BARNSLEY boss Simon Davey admitted this week that he has spoken to his Bolton counterpart Gary Megson about the Trotters’ Portuguese attacker Ricardo Vaz Te. Yet any possible loan has had to be put on hold because the player is currently injured. And Davey says that the inquiry is just one of many he has made in recent weeks.
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