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Jonathan Walters had a brief spell with the Reds in the Gudjon Thordarson era of 2003/2004.

He failed to make a big impact in a Barnsley shirt at just 20 years of age and his loan spell ended without him having scored a single goal for the Reds.

Walters made a total of 11 appearances for the Reds, scoring 0 goals.

Colin Healy was a Barnsley player for one year in the Reds first season back in the Championship after promotion through the League One Play-Offs.

Signed by Andy Ritchie in August 2006 on a one year deal, Healy`s chances of first team football fell victim to the new regime in November when Ritchie was replaced by Simon Davey.

Healy made just 8 appearances for Barnsley, scoring 0 goals.




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Date:Thursday March 18 2010

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