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Town Unchanged Against Barnsley
Saturday, 19th Jan 2013 14:38

Town boss Mick McCarthy has named the expected unchanged side for today’s home game against his hometown club Barnsley. New strikers David McGoldrick and Aaron Mclean are making their home debuts.

Barnsley, who sit second bottom of the Championship, include former Blues loanee Marlon Harewood in their starting line-up. Full match preview here.

Town: Loach, Orr, Smith, Chambers, Cresswell, Edwards, N’Daw, Hyam, Martin, McGoldrick, Mclean. Subs: Lee-Barrett, Hewitt, Kisnorbo, Chopra, Murphy, Nouble, Drury.

Barnsley: Steele, Stones, Golbourne, Foster, Cranie, Kennedy, Perkins, Mellis, Dawson, Dagnall, Harewood. Subs: Alnwick, Hassell, Done, Wiseman, Cymka, Etuhu, Rose.

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StuartBrett8 added 14:51 - Jan 19

brendanh added 14:54 - Jan 19
Gambling addict or not, Chopra rather than Mclean IMO. Chops had a stormer at Villa. Much superior scoring record.

AlexGreen added 14:56 - Jan 19
I wonder what's going to become of JET - it's amazing that he can't force his way even into the squad nowadays. I know that McCarthy is doing the right thing in making us hard to beat, and a team full of grafters with passion and drive, but I still hold out hope that he'll turn into a force for us.

Can see him signing for Milwall or someone unfortunately, a London club at our level.

jdtractor96 added 14:59 - Jan 19
Not even heard of half of Barnsley's side, hoping this is a good thing!! COYB!

irishtim added 16:27 - Jan 19
Yes. Cmon lads .

irishtim added 16:56 - Jan 19

bluemikey100 added 17:06 - Jan 19
oh well at least all below drew and above us

Ipswichbusiness added 17:14 - Jan 19
Sorry, but 1 - 1 is a poor result. We are in a relegation scrap. If we beat the teams around us then not only do we get three points, but we deny points to our rivals. It is no good having 11 strikers if none of them can score at home against the side in 23rd place.

bluey123 added 18:14 - Jan 19
Mr Alex Green what sort of idiot are you or have you not seen Thomas play get rid asap at least McCarthy agrees with me as he is no longer in the squad as for Chopra useless and the sooner he leaves the better.

brendanh added 18:57 - Jan 19
bluey123, Thomas has talent. When he leaves (which seems inevitable at this rate) and moves onto better things, "supporters" such as yourself who boo our young players (like JET and Liam Trotter) will yet again eat your ill-advised words. Know your history: ITFC was built by nurturing gifted players who are learning the game. Some new supporters since our "wonder season" in 2001 lack patience. They have lost sight of how a market town from Suffolk produced one of best teams in the best leagues in the world. Two words: player development. Is it any wonder since 2001, ITFC has been the place where talent goes to die.

bluey123 added 15:03 - Jan 20
Brendah suppose ypu know better than Wenger and McCarthy you do talk CRAP

brendanh added 23:03 - Jan 20
Not many 17 year olds break into the Arsenal first team. I thing MM is influenced by the crowd. There's a poisonous atmosphere when JET makes a mistake, especially at home. If "fans" like you supported our young players they might eventually turn good. Smith is a rare example of a young player to whom patience has been shown, and we are now starting to reap the rewards from him.

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