AN interview with ex-Barnsley boss David Flitcroft will be in tomorrow's Chronicle. Here's a snippet to whet your appetites!
Sacked Barnsley boss David Flitcroft says his legacy at Barnsley is Irish playmaker Paddy McCourt.
Flitcroft brought the former Celtic man to Oakwell on a free transfer and he has become an instant hit with fans, scoring two world class goals.
Flitcroft - who was appointed manager at League Two Bury this week - said: "By signing Paddy McCourt I have given Barnsley fans something they deserve.
"After a tough week you can go and watch Paddy on a Saturday afternoon and he’ll get you excited."
In an interiew with the Barnsley Chronicle, Flitcroft also said he had no regrets about his summer signings.
He added: "Captain Hindsight has never won a game of football in his life.
"He’s the all-seeing, all-knowing eye. I don’t regret anything. Dale Jennings came from Bayern Munich but really he came from League Two and League One.
"Maybe we should have got him out on loan straight away. That’d have got him up to Championship speed quicker."
Read the full interview in tomorrow's Chronicle.