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22 February 2021

Barnsley are back in Sky Bet Championship action on Wednesday evening as we welcome Stoke City to Oakwell.

Of course, that means there’s another edition of GROVE STREET – full of exclusive content – available for you to read and enjoy.

So, what have we got in store for you in this issue?

Our cover star for the visit of the Potters is MADS ANDERSEN, who has been imperious in defence this term. We spoke with the Great Dane about the season so far and the belief that he and his teammates currently have.

The 23-year-old also reflects on his first goal for the club and his ambitions to notch a few more before the end of the campaign to help Barnsley continue their climb up the table.

GROVE STREET also sat down with CALLUM BRITTAIN, who has made quite the impression since arriving at Oakwell in the summer. Our flying wing-back praises the fans for their support online, insisting that he strives to keep doing better.

He also discusses our Emirates FA Cup run including that moment in the Chelsea game and outlines his intentions to get on the scoresheet at some point in the not too distant future, while also stating his desire to create more goals for the team.

We asked you to submit your questions for CARLTON MORRIS to answer and you duly obliged. The forward, who has three goals in his last three outings, talks about a number of topics from his biggest influence to his favourite moments in football in our Q&A.

Up next to take on our TEN QUESTIONS challenge is U18s midfielder CONNOR HODGSON. It’s safe to say that the youngster doesn’t fare too well in our football quiz, but can you do any better? Pick up your copy of GROVE STREET and put yourself to the test.

OAKWELL MEMORIES is a new feature to this edition as we speak to Barnsley supporters about cherished moments following the Reds with loved ones and friends over the years. Details of how to submit your stories can be found inside this issue.

TOM HARBAN also provides us with an U18s update, who are fighting hard for an end of season play-off position in the Professional Development League.

As ever, NEIL RICHARDSON pens his 250 CLUB column – this time, Reds legend PAUL FUTCHER is the subject of his paintbrush – and LEIGH EDWARDS highlights 10 of the Potters’ HOMEGROWN HEROES in our five pages dedicated to the visitors.

Order your copy of GROVE STREET now.


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