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Crucial Clash Approaches For Wilson's Men

Friday April 25 2014


Danny Wilson Danny Wilson


DANNY Wilson has urged his team to put everything on the line in tomorrow's do-or-die clash with Middlesbrough.

The Reds, who will be relegated if they lose at the Riverside Stadium, are four points adrift of safety but a win should take them to another final day nail-biter at home against QPR.

"We are approaching this game like there's nothing left after it," said Wilson. "We're not fearful of going up there whatsoever.

"We are still in there which is a positive. We have to try and grab it with both hands.

"We'll leave nothing in the dressing room - we'll put everything on the line for the fans."

Kick-off is at 3pm. Do you think they can pull off another miraculous escape?

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Reply Posted by ray on Friday April 25 2014 at 13:42
I'm fed up of hearing it Barnsley fans have been a slow death all season long. No heart from the players and some truly terrible tactics from flicker and wilson. Why play one up front in your own back yard when a goal down? Played negatively all season under both managers, players not up to it, no heart or passion I almost want Barnsley to go down and see what the players expect from the club then

Reply Posted by bfc:-( on Friday April 25 2014 at 16:02
Said from start not good enough.same thing relegation position frm start.But that said come on lads prove us wrong

Reply Posted by Neil on Friday April 25 2014 at 16:11
Simply not good enough for the championship and with no money to spend we r only goin one way DOWN an DOWN.

Reply Posted by guy fawkes on Friday April 25 2014 at 18:27
paul sykes gave ukip 1.5 million couldnt he throw 10 million bfcs way.

Reply Posted by you reds on Saturday April 26 2014 at 20:00
Glad that's over and done with. Now we can have a big clear out starting with the manager.

Reply Posted by guy fawkes on Sunday April 27 2014 at 13:18
dont think sacking wilson will achieve anything what the club needs is stability as regaurds clearing players out i gaurantee you most will have been onto agents way before the boro match about getting away from oakwell.

Reply Posted by bfc :$ on Sunday April 27 2014 at 09:58
Unlucky lads
Straight back up with a better stronger team.

Reply Posted by bfc:'( on Sunday April 27 2014 at 19:27
Sacking manager no gud can only do what he can with the funds he has. Needs a better goalie and defence and someone who is not scared to have a shot not walk it in