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MASSIVE Game

It`s the big six pointer tomorrow as Barnsley entertain Sheffield Wednesday in a must win for both these local rivals.

Many fans are saying that this is the most important match to ever take place between the two clubs.

Many more believe that if either team is defeated then that will result in a change of manager.

One think for certain is that it`s a huge game for both teams considering the runs they have both been on.

From a Barnsley perspective I just hope that last week`s draw at Leicester can give the lads some confidence going in to this one.

I don`t think Keith Hill will make any changes from the team that played last week and why should he after that result?

The only change I would consider is to bring Foster back in at centre back for his extra ability in the air at the expense of Wiseman who was suspect last week for the Leicester goals.

I do think Wiseman is a better player than the fans give him credit for so I`m not going to slate him but I do think Foster, despite not being on top form, has been our best defender this season by country mile.

I`m hoping for a terrific derby atmosphere tomorrow and hopefully three points for the super reds.




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Writer: chiefred Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday December 14 2012

Time: 1:37PM

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HILL OUT NOW!! W
oldtimetyke
We have just lost to that lot rom darn the road! Keef iots not good enough you the man with ownership of the issue. Time to face the fact you are probably out of your depth. Not sure we our leader is Keef hill or Keef Lemon!
oldtimetyke
I can see why fans want him out but will a new manager make any difference long term? League one football I am afraid no matter who is in charge
chiefred
Will hil make any differnce long term? He is s excuse merchant!
oldtimetyke
Maybe not, the board have some thinking to do.
chiefred
 

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