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Muller set for action in reserves

Muller set for action in reserves

Barnsley's star 'keeper Heinz Muller will start in goal for the reserves tomorrow night.

Heinz made a fantastic start to his Oakwell career, with a string of sublime performancesearning him a quality reputation withing the Championship and even several Premiership teams taking note.

However the German giant's season was cut short as he sustained a terrible knee injury against Colchester back in January.

Rotherham United's second string will visit Oakwell tomorrow night, with a kick off time of 7pm.

It will be great to see Heinz back in action, although Red's goalkeeper coach Kelham O'Hanlon is certain on how long Heinz will feature:

'Heinz will start the game at Oakwell tomorrow night. There are no plans for how long he will play really. We will see how he goes' - O'Hanlon told barnsleyfc.co.uk

With no disrepect to Barnsley's current number one in Luke Steele, surely all Reds fans will want the giant German back between the sticks in the coming weeks.




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Writer:MattyG
Date:Tuesday August 26 2008
Time: 3:00PM

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Heinz Muller is an excellent goalkeeper but Luke Steele is quite good too, so maybe a hard decision for Simon Davey to make?
Markcity
12/10/2008 20:04:00
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