Not getting carried away
BARNSLEY boss Simon Davey says it is up to him to keep his players focused, and their feet on the ground, after a terrific turnaround in results. Said Davey: "We have done well in the last few weeks but there is no way we are going to get carried away. "We did not panic when were were having a bad run, and we will not be over-confident and complacent while we are chalking up good results. "As a club and staff, we still have a lot of work to do and we still have not scored enough goals. We want to improve on that and hopefully we will continue our good run with three points against Sheffield United."

Kozzie hopes to have laugh on pal Morgan
ROB Kozluk will be trying his best to shut out Sheffield United tomorrow – and help the Reds register a fourth local derby triumph this season. For ex-Blade Kozluk it is a match-up that brings back happy memories of his lengthy stay at Bramall Lane. But although ‘Kozzie’ hopes that United do well this term, he is determined to try and take six points off his old team – and have the laugh on big pal Chris Morgan.

Macken back on the goal trail
BARNSLEY striker Jon Macken is the first to admit he didn’t have his shooting boots on at the start of this season. But now ‘Super Jon’, as the Reds’ fans hailed him at the Valley last weekend, has hit three goals in two games – and is looking to shoot down the Blades at Oakwell tomorrow. He said: “Hopefully I can score more goals, although the most important thing is for the team to keep playing well, winning matches, and climbing the table.”

Barnsley Chronicle - 07/11/08
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