60’s. The only meeting with Barnsley during this decade was a Third Round FA Cup tie in 1966/67, with City winning a replay at Ninian Park 2-1 after a 1-1 draw at Oakwell. City used a sub in the second game, but do you know who the Under 23 international midfielder from Mid Wales was – his only starting appearance during the following season was in the home leg of Cup Winner’s Cup Quarter Final with Moscow Torpedo.
70’s. Name this former City player who managed Barnsley during this decade.
80’s. The City team beaten 2-0 at Barnsley in 84/85 included a striker who played for Bridgend Town, NAC Breda and PAOK (Thessalonica), amongst others, during his career, who is he?
90’s. One of Barnsley’s managers during this decade holds an International footballing record which can never be beaten, who is he?
00’s. Name the striker who played for Barnsley in both games against us in 2002/03 and went on to play three times for his country in the 2010 World Cup Finals in South Africa.
10’s. This striker, who scored in the Premiership on the weekend and was the subject of a multi- million pound transfer last summer, came on as a sub for Barnsley in their 2-0 win at Cardiff City Stadium in February 2010, can you name him?
60’s. Bryn Jones.
70’s. John McSeveney
80’s. Paul Bannon, who spent a month on loan to us from Bristol Rovers that season.
90’s. Viv Anderson – the first black player to win a full International cap for England.
00’s. Rory Fallon of New Zealand.
10’s. Jay Rodriguez – he was on loan from Burnley at the time.