We’re back at Oakwell for another Sky Bet Championship game on Wednesday evening, that means there’s another edition of Grove Street for you to cast your eyes over.
As ever, it’s packed with exclusive content and feature interviews for the visit of Wycombe Wanderers. So, what’s in store this time?
Our cover star is DOMINIK FRIESER, who talks to us about his time in Austria and growing up with a football mad family. He discusses his career prior to the Reds and the experience of playing in the Europa League with former club LASK Linz.
The forward also reflects on a successful season with Die Schwarz-Weißen under current Barnsley Head Coach, Valérien Ismaël, and the competition in the Austrian Bundesliga with Red Bull Salzburg.
We sat down with BRAD COLLINS for the first time this campaign as he opens up about his late father, who was his hero and inspiration. Our goalkeeper has had a tough 2020 regards playing time, and he also reveals what keeps him mentally strong as he continues to wait for his opportunity to impress between the sticks.
GROVE STREET goes behind the scenes with Head of Academy Education and Welfare, DOM ROMA, who gives us an insight into his role and responsibilities at the club. As the job title suggests, Dom is tasked with ensuring our youngsters attain the best possible qualifications while competing at academy level should they need a different path to fall back on. It’s an interesting piece and well worth a read.
GEORGE MILLER was the focus of your questions submitted on social media and the speedy forward duly gives his answers. He’s quite a character within the dressing room and has developed a good friendship with ALEX MOWATT, who also contributed to the Q&A.
Up next to take our TEN QUESTIONS challenge is versatile U23s youngster WILL CALLIGAN, who doesn’t record the worst score of the series by any stretch of the imagination, but that’s not really a lot to go by. Can you beat his score? Find out.
In addition, we caught up with U18s striker JACK SHERLOCK. After almost a year on the sidelines with injury, has made his comeback in style and is finding the net on a regular basis. The 18-year-old talks about his ambitions for the season and the struggles of not playing.
As usual, NEIL RICHARDSON pens his 250 column, this time depicting former Reds stopper LUKE STEELE, while LEIGH EDWARDS highlights ten of Wycombe’s HOMEGROWN HEROES in our five pages dedicated to the visitors from Adams Park.
There’s also an update from REDS IN THE COMMUNITY in this fit-to-bursting edition and you also have the chance to win an official Barnsley FC 2021 calendar signed by Valérien Ismaël.
Order your copy now or pick one up from the Reds Superstore for just £3!