From the Chron'

Barnsley owner Patrick Cryne has admitted Barnsley are seen as a no-go area for managers but despite that, he insists the club does not lack ambition.

Speaking to the Chronicle, Cryne said: "One of the main prejudices against Barnsley is that we have run a reign of terror for managers for more than a decade, and most believe that they will not be given any time to get things right before the tumbril rolls to the guillotine again."

However, the Reds benefactor also added that despite this, the club cannot be accused of lacking in ambition. He added:"I know that our club does not lack ambition. It does lack heavy doses of parachute money, billionaire chic to attract passing Arabs, Americans or Russians and a local population the size of a city, but certainly not ambition."
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