Barnsley were defeated in their first home game in the Poya Asbaghi era, with Swansea City running out as 2-0 winners.
Second half strikes from Oliver Ntcham and Jamie Paterson earned The Swans all three points in what was a relatively dominant display from the away side.
The Tykes are now six points adrift of Championship safety, having picked up a mere 11 points from 11 games this season, whilst The Swans have jumped up the table to ninth and are four points from the play-off positions.
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Barnsley have now lost 10 out of their last 11 matches in the Championship and have won just two games in the league this season.
After a sensational campaign last time out, fans would have been expecting another play-off push during this season, however, The Tykes have lost all confidence.
Keeping the majority of the players who saw success at Oakwell last season, they have massively struggled to replicate that this time out.
Possessing a young, yet strong squad, The Tykes will be hopeful that confidence can be instilled back into them and they can save their Championship status in what remains of the season.
Here, we take a look at how Barnsley fans have reacted on Twitter to last night’s result and performance…
Until the owners are gone this will not change. Simple as.
— Sam Foster (@samf992) November 24, 2021
Scary thing is that this squad wouldn’t be even in top 6 of league 1
— SBFCO (@SBFCO1) November 24, 2021
An Absolutely shocking team performance and woodrow was just a passenger 💩
— Dave (@Harrystaxi) November 25, 2021
Discount on league one season tickets next year then , or do we become Rotherham supporters
— G10VER (@g10_ver) November 24, 2021
Just not good enough , already cut adrift and half a squad dint seem to care
— Kuy (@AlfieKuy) November 24, 2021
Paterson waltzed around tonight almost like a free man. Was all over the pitch and we looked like we had ten men. Guile in the middle nonexistent.
— Matchday Drinkers (@BFCDrinkers) November 24, 2021
Who wrote that report JK Rowling.
No leadership off the pitch and on the pitch. We must now start to look at the owners and there business model.
— Andrew Cullen (@andycullenBFC) November 24, 2021