Barnsley v Fleetwood Town

Last updated : 08 January 2016 By Rob Miles (BarnsleyBoy)

Last time out - Barnsley Team:

Adam Davies

Reece Wabara

Kevin Long

Alfie Mawson

Aidan White

Marley Watkins

Ben Pearson

Lloyd Isgrove

Conor Hourihane

Adam Hammill

Sam Winnall


Head to Head

Last three Barnsley v Fleetwood results:       

24/10/15 Barnsley 0-1 Fleetwood (Jamie Proctor 29) (League One)

10/2/2015 Barnsley (Peter Ramage 5) 1-2 Fleetwood (Conor McLaughlin 14, Liam McAlinden 33) (League One)

17/9/14 Fleetwood 0-0 Barnsley (League One)


Overall Record:

Barnsley Wins: 0

Fleetwood Wins: 2

Draws: 1

Barnsley Goals: 1

Fleetwood Goals: 3

At Oakwell:

Barnsley Wins: 0

Fleetwood Wins: 2

Draws: 0

Barnsley Goals: 1

Fleetwood Goals: 3

First Met: Fleetwood 0-0 Barnsley Wednesday 17th September 2014. (League One)

Biggest Win: N/A

Biggest Defeat: Barnsley Peter Ramage 5) 1-2 Fleetwood (Conor McLaughlin 14, Liam McAlinden 33) Tuesday 10th February 2015. (League One)

Last Home Win: N/A

Last Away Win: N/A

Last Home Draw: N/A

Last Away Draw: Fleetwood 0-0 Barnsley Wednesday 17th September 2014. (League One)

Last Home Defeat: Barnsley 0-1 Fleetwood (Jamie Proctor 29) Saturday 24th October 2015. (League One)

Last Away Defeat: N/A


Last Home Meeting:

Saturday 24th October 2015:

Barnsley 0                                         1 Fleetwood        



Nick Townsend, George Smith, Marc Roberts, Alfie Mawson, Reece Wabara, Josh Scowen, Paul Digby, Dan Crowley, Kadeem Harris, Lloyd Isgrove, Sam Winnall.


Lewin Nyatanga (for Roberts 45)

Michael Smith (for Crowley 45)

Simeon Jackson (for Isgrove 72)

Unused substitutes:

Jack Walton, James Bree, George Maris, Conor Wilkinson.

Manager: Lee Johnson (25th February 2015- present)



Chris Maxwell, Conor McLaughlin, Amari Bell, Richard Wood, Dionatan Teixeira, Eggert Jonsson, Jimmy Ryan, Robert Grant, Antoni Sarcevic, Jamie Proctor, David Ball.


Jamille Matt (for Grant 67)

Ashley Hunter (for Ball 73)

Unused substitutes:

Aleksander Gogic, Stephen Jordan, Joe Davis, Nick Haughton, Jack Sowerby.

Manager: Steven Pressley (7th October 2015- present)


Still at respective clubs:

Barnsley: 13 (Townsend, Smith, Roberts, Mawson, Wabara, Scowen, Digby, Isgrove, Winnall, Nyatanga, Walton, Bree, Maris.

Fleetwood: 17 (Maxwell, McLaughlin, Bell, Teixeira, Jonsson, Ryan, Grant, Sarcevic, Proctor, Ball, Matt, Hunter, Gogic, Jordan, Davis, Haughton, Sowerby.

Managers since last meeting (including caretakers):

Barnsley: 0

Fleetwood: 0


This Season:

Last six 2015-2016 results:


2/1/16 Barnsley (Sam Winnall 12, Adam Hammill 67) 2–1 Millwall (Steve Morison 61) (League One)

28/12/15 Barnsley (Sam Winnall 3, 54, Marley Watkins 56, Matty Templeton 90) 4–2 Blackpool (Mark Cullen 52, Andy Little 90) (League One)

19/12/15 Barnsley 0-2 Wigan (Andy Kellett 18, Yanic Wildschut 86) (League One)

12/12/15 Colchester (George Moncur 67, Chris Porter 70) 2–3 Barnsley (Conor Hourihane 18, Adam Hammill 40, Ivan Toney 60) (League One)

5/12/15 Wigan (Will Grigg 48,82) 2–2 Barnsley (Adam Hammill 42, Ivan Toney 53) (Football League Trophy)

28/11/15 Barnsley (Conor Hourihane 90) 1–1 Sheffield United (Chris Basham 16) (League One)

W: 3 D: 2 L: 1 F: 12 A: 10 GD: +2 Points: 10 * 1 draw in cup

Overall League Record: W: 8 D: 3 L: 13 F: 34 A: 41 GD: -7 Points: 27 Pos: 17th



2/1/16 Fleetwood (Ashley Hunter 49, Robert Grant 76) 2–0 Bury (League One)

28/12/15 Fleetwood (Antoni Sarcevic 69 pen) 1-3 Wigan (Andy Kellett 39, Jordy Hiwula-Mayifuila 83, Michael Jacobs 90) (League One)

26/12/15 Shrewsbury (Jordan Clark 6) 1-1 Fleetwood (Ashley Hunter 86) (League One)

19/12/15 Crewe (Ryan Lowe 5) 1-1 Fleetwood (David Ball 10) (League One)

8/12/15 Fleetwood (David Ball 63, Jimmy Ryan 76) 2-0 Morecambe (Football League Trophy)

28/11/15 Blackpool (Nathan Pond og 17) 1-0 Fleetwood (League One)

W: 2 D: 2 L: 2 F: 7 A: 6 GD: +1 Points: 5 * 1 win in cup

Overall League Record: W: 7 D: 5 L: 12 F: 32 A: 34 GD: -2 Points: 26 Pos: 19th


Fleetwood last time out:

Fleetwood 2-0 Bury:

Chris Maxwell, Conor McLaughlin, Nathan Pond, Amari’I Bell, Dionatan Teixeira, Eggert Jonsson, Jimmy Ryan, Antoni Sarcevic, Jamie Proctor, Robert Grant, Ashley Hunter.


Tyler Hornby-Forbes (for Hunter 79)

Victor Nirennold (for Grant 87)

Unused Substitutes:

Stephen Jordan, Nick Haughton, Jack Sowerby, Tarique Fosu-Henry, Aleksander Gogic.

Fleetwood manager Steven Pressley said: 

"It was a deserved win for us today. I’m delighted for the players because I’ve said for some time that I don’t think they can give anymore than what they have been giving. 

“I said to them at half time that we need to turn the performances into wins, and I was really pleased with the group today. 

“Our level of performance was excellent and we showed a great mentality. Saturday nights are always a little bit more enjoyable when you win a game. 

“We couldn’t continue playing as we were and working as hard as we were and end up with nothing to show for it at the end of the game. 

“It couldn’t be this same story from us, and I thought we showed a great mentality like I say in the second half to score two goals. 

“The most important thing today was winning because we found ourselves back in the bottom four prior to this afternoon’s game. 

“We can’t hide from that fact and just have to face up to it. We need the courage and belief to keep playing even though we’re at that end of the table. 

“When you’re in the position that we’re in it would be easy to resort to percentage football, but we’re trying to play in the right way. 

“We’re trying to play slightly differently, and I understand our supporters get a little bit nervous when we play out but the players show a lot of belief. I’m really proud of them.” 


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