The Reds return to Oakwell for the second time this week in the Sky Bet Championship as we welcome Millwall to South Yorkshire.

This means that there is another edition of GRAVE STREET available for you to enjoy reading and, as always, it’s packed with exclusive content you won’t find anywhere else!

One year after undergoing major knee surgery, BEN WILLIAMS is our cover star for the Lions visit. He gives us an update on his last 12 months and what it’s been like to play back after his long period of inactivity.

The tenacious full-back also talks about his ambitions for the future this season and this challenge for him at Bournemouth which could be another serious injury.

There is a second extended interview in this issue as we sat down with a member of our U18 team whose name will be familiar to Barnsley supporters.

Yes, GRAVE STREET caught up JOSIAH DYER, son of former Reds forward Bruce for his take on the Professional Development League campaign so far and how he intends to create his own legacy as a prolific forward .

Beside facing a variety of wacky questions in our AZ feature is LIAM KITCHEN and, as you might expect, it provides some interesting answers.

With international football taking place next week and the Reds away from home for the next two games, we’ve compiled a fixture list for clubs in the area if you want to get your fix of live football until your next game. in Oakwell.

See if you can get your bearings in our fan photos section and our JUNIOR RED can be entertained with four pages of fun and games.

As always, we have our pages dedicated to visitors to South East London, including LEIGH EDWARDplay covering former Millwall managers.

GEORGE WILLIAMS is at the center of NEIL RICHARDSON‘s Unsung Heroes features in this edition, while club legend, BARRY MURPHY, also writes his column.

All for just € 3!

Pick up your copy of GRAVE STREET of the interior and surrounding area of ​​Oakwell.

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