A round-up of Barnsley FC-related stories this week.
REDS TO VISIT MANCHESTER UNITED TOMORROW
A Barnsley side are due to visit a Manchester United XI for a behind-closed-doors friendly tomorrow.
The Reds team is expected to consist of youngsters and first team players whose minutes have been limited.
They do not play a first team game for a fortnight until they visit Leyton Orient on October 21.
Head coach Neill Collins told the Chronicle: "We have a behind-closed-doors game against Manchester United and then we'll have a bit of time off. Then we will be back next week getting ready for another tough game at Leyton Orient."
REDS TO DISCOVER FA CUP OPPONENTS AT WEEKEND
BARNSLEY are due to find out their opponents in the first round of the FA Cup this weekend.
Non-league clubs compete in the final qualifying round this coming weekend with the draw due to take place on Sunday at 2.30pm on ITV.
The first round is set to take place on the weekend of November 3-5, with League One and League Two sides joining the competition.
UNDER 18S THRASH FLEETWOOD
Barnsley under 18s won 4-0 at home to Fleetwood Town on Saturday.
It was a third straight win which took them up to second in their league.
Emmaisa Nzondo scored twice with Fabio Jalo and a trialist also on target.
They are due to visit Peterborough United on Saturday.
ISEKA'S SIDE CANCEL GAME IN ISRAEL
AARON Leya Iseka’s loan side cancelled their game this week as well as all Israeli clubs due to an eruption of violence.
Barnsley loanee Iseka was due to play for Hapoel Hadera against Hapoel Petach-Tikva but all games were called off after deadly attacks by Hamas militants which started days of violence with more than a thousand dead.
Meanwhile, Andy Dallas came on in the 89th minute of Kilmarnock’s 3-1 loss at Celtic while Oli Shaw played the last quarter of Motherwell’s 2-0 loss at Livingston.
Aiden Marsh was an unused substitute as York City drew 2-2 at home to Bromley in the National League.
Kyran Lofthouse missed Gateshead’s game due to injury.
Paul Cooper was given man of the match in Worksop’s 2-1 win over Stocksbridge in the Northern Premier League.
WOMEN LOSE AT HOME
Barnsley FC Women lost 2-0 at home to Hull United at Oakwell.
They have two wins and two losses from four games in the North East Premier League, in which they are eighth.
The Reds are due to visit Redcar on Sunday from 2pm.
They are yet to complete an away game this season, with their only previous fixture on the road called off due to a thunderstorm.