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    Paul Harsley left

    To go to Man City , didn’t get on with Hassell

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    Everybody gets some hassle in life

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    Summats not reight darn there !!!

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    Coach at Barnsley.
    Coach at Man City....?.?
    Mmmmm let me see....
    No brainer.
    Backward run club with a French idiot in charge.
    Or a multi billionaire owner who ACTUALLY KNOWS what shape ball the club plays with
    No brainer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jules88 View Post
    Coach at Barnsley.
    Coach at Man City....?.?
    Mmmmm let me see....
    No brainer.
    Backward run club with a French idiot in charge.
    Or a multi billionaire owner who ACTUALLY KNOWS what shape ball the club plays with
    No brainer
    What a childish response.Acadamy coach at Barnsley,offered an academy post at Man .City.Wheres the problem there.Why another dig at the club and Ceo.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill46 View Post
    What a childish response.Acadamy coach at Barnsley,offered an academy post at Man .City.Wheres the problem there.Why another dig at the club and Ceo.?
    Well that's fair enough but since the new owners arrived 6 months ago we've had 3 Head Coaches , a relegation , a player going back to Austria who we paid decent money for in January but never saw on the field as well as a lack of communication to the fans regarding what our short and long term goals are .

    On top of that the club sold all our best players under the previous owner and replaced them with significantly inferior ones which constituted the fans hardly seeing a victory in 18 months .

    I think Jules is fully entitled to have a dig personally and the club should be grateful that the fans still continue to renew their ST's to the tune of almost 9k given what's occurred down there of late .

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    Quote Originally Posted by animallittle3 View Post
    Well that's fair enough but since the new owners arrived 6 months ago we've had 3 Head Coaches , a relegation , a player going back to Austria who we paid decent money for in January but never saw on the field as well as a lack of communication to the fans regarding what our short and long term goals are .

    On top of that the club sold all our best players under the previous owner and replaced them with significantly inferior ones which constituted the fans hardly seeing a victory in 18 months .

    I think Jules is fully entitled to have a dig personally and the club should be grateful that the fans still continue to renew their ST's to the tune of almost 9k given what's occurred down there of late .
    We're talking about a coach who's got a chance to work at one of the biggest clubs in Europe.Why not just congratulate him instead of using it as a stick to beat the club with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill46 View Post
    We're talking about a coach who's got a chance to work at one of the biggest clubs in Europe.Why not just congratulate him instead of using it as a stick to beat the club with.
    Everyone is entitled to make a statement

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    I cant understand why Man City want him. He was tasked with getting under 23's ready for first team football and from what I saw of the under 23's they lost more than their fair share. He wasn't up to job for me. Gone before he was pushed because you can't have losing culture throughout the club and those lads need to be pushing for first team. Glad he's gone.

    Wouldn't be surprised if he's not Stendel's cup of cha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill46 View Post
    What a childish response.Acadamy coach at Barnsley,offered an academy post at Man .City.Wheres the problem there.Why another dig at the club and Ceo.?
    I’ll tell you Why Bill, because everything we had at this club is being eroded. The owners care little for its history, it’s fans and care even less that we are bothered about the future. . If they had cared about the club they would have spent heavily in January.
    Good luck to Paul, Made up for him. Disappointed for us.
    There is one thing that Childish about this Bill.... amd that they are treating us like a TOY.
    And the dig is because I can see, and so can others.... that they are gradually running us down.
    Vision? Plan?
    Nah.
    If I was being really childish, I wouldn’t have renewed. Like a spoilt boy.
    I also have my opinion. You don’t like it
    TOUGH MATE

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    Quote Originally Posted by animallittle3 View Post
    Well that's fair enough but since the new owners arrived 6 months ago we've had 3 Head Coaches , a relegation , a player going back to Austria who we paid decent money for in January but never saw on the field as well as a lack of communication to the fans regarding what our short and long term goals are .

    On top of that the club sold all our best players under the previous owner and replaced them with significantly inferior ones which constituted the fans hardly seeing a victory in 18 months .

    I think Jules is fully entitled to have a dig personally and the club should be grateful that the fans still continue to renew their ST's to the tune of almost 9k given what's occurred down there of late .
    Absolutely spot on mate! Communication from the owners of the club is dire.
    Unless you’ve got a webcam on Times Square

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    U23s Coach will depart the Reds this summer and join Manchester City.

    After two years at Barnsley Football Club, Paul Harsley will be leaving to join Premier League side Manchester City as part of their coaching staff, with the best wishes of everyone at Oakwell.

    Harsley joined the Reds in 2016 and oversaw the development of players with the goal to get into the first team. Success has arrived with the likes of Jack Walton, Jacob Brown, Jared Bird and Dylan Mottley-Henry, who all made senior appearances. Further first team squad involvement for multiple others has followed throughout Harsley’s two-year spell.

    As well as his primary role of developing future players, Harsley was asked to take caretaker charge for the South Yorkshire derby with Sheffield Wednesday at Oakwell and did so with passion and commitment towards the cause.

    The Club can also confirm that U23s Assistant Coach Matt Murray has left Oakwell to pursue other career opportunities after a year in the position, working alongside Paul and helping with the development of the squad.

    Everyone at Barnsley Football Club would like to thank Paul & Matt for their efforts whilst with the Club and wish them the very best of luck in the future as they embark on opportunities elsewhere.

    Chief Executive Gauthier Ganaye commented: "Both Paul and Matt have been a credit to the Club during their time with us and we would all like to thank them for their efforts, they leave with our best wishes. We will now look to begin the process of appointing someone to take over from them and will communicate to fans when this is finalised."

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