We host Birmingham City on Saturday afternoon, that means there’s another edition of GROVE STREET available for you to enjoy reading.
Bursting with exclusive content, our official matchday programme is up for grabs for just £3 from in and around Oakwell.
So, what have we got in store for you this time?
Your cover star is ROMAL PALMER, who has impressed in the opening weeks of our Sky Bet Championship campaign with several fine performances – particularly against Coventry City and Queens Park Rangers.
The midfield maestro has dazzled the crowd with his deft touches and fancy skills, so we sat down to discuss if it was all instinctive. He also talks about the season so far, how he thinks the Reds will fare and a memorable first full term last time out.
Up next to face our variety of quirky questions is JASPER MOON, who is the focus of our A-Z feature and provides some interesting answers.
Our academy interview for this edition is U18s striker LLOYD SMITH, who gives his verdict on the young Reds’ start to the Professional Development League campaign and on his own personal displays.
With an international break following this fixture, we aren’t in action again for another fortnight, but there is still football being played in the local area in non-league. GROVE STREET has highlighted a selection of games that might take your fancy over the next couple of weeks as we aim to get more spectators through the gates at grassroots level.
As ever, club legend BARRY MURPHY pens his column, and he reflects on our past two outings while also heaping praise on this edition’s cover star for his fantastic performances so far.
Away from football, we took a trip to FAVELA to find out all about their delicious cuisine. The Brazilian rodizio restaurant opposite the Town Hall offers a taste of South America with a variety of meats carved onto your plate while you wait – and it’s all you can eat!
There are eight pages dedicated to the visitors from St. Andrew’s, including Opposition Corner and LEIGH EDWARDS’ Managing to Succeed feature.
NEIL RICHARDSON’s latest Unsung Hero piece focuses on Darren Sheridan, who represented Barnsley for six years, while the Barnsley Chronicle’s DOUG O’KANE gives an overview on the opening month of the season.
You can also see if you can spot yourself in our fan photos section and Junior Reds can enjoy our four pages of fun and games.
All of this for just £3!