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Stewart Barrowclough

Stewart Barrowclough

Clubs played for: Barnsley,Newcastle United,Birmingham City,Bristol Rovers & Mansfield Town

Born: 1951

Birthplace: Barnsley

Position: winger

Biography: Barnsley born & bred he is best remembered for his career at Newcastle United where he played over 200 games in the early 1970's as a winger who set up many goals for the strikeforce of Malcolm McDonald & John Tudor. He later managed Frickley Athletic but resigned after a 12-0 defeat to Worksop a Unibond league record.He used to run a family fruit & florist busines in Barnsley & was coach at Redfearns Junior F.C. His son Carl also played for Barnsley & grandson Jamie Sellers signed for Sheffield Wednesday aged 14 in 2011.

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Barrowclough, Stewart Grew up with Stewart on King Edward Street. Definitely remember the Lamberts with all the mirrors etc. Not seen one since as good-looking as Stewart. I also seem to remember Stewart putting a garden fork through his foot and still went on to be the great footballer he was
Best regards
David Lake
05-11-22 David Lake

Barrowclough, Stewart Just wondered what happened to Stewart. Was friends with him and family when I lived in Harborough Hill Road when I was young.
31-12-21 Sandra Jennings

Barrowclough, Stewart Played with you in the intermediate league for Barnsley at Oakwell won 5-1 can’t remember against who,can you,played inside forward or right half? Best regards.
24-08-20 Peter Polese

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