So I missed the game yesterday due to work but a nice little tale here... I'm a courier and I was working in grimethorpe yesterday afternoon where I deliver to a polish family up on white city. They're lovely people, they've lived here now for around 2 years after moving from Gdansk and have 2 young lads no older than 10. It's fair to say they've had a rough time since moving here, they've had there windows smashed, car vandalised and their kids have had to rough time at school. Anyway to cut a long story short the father is always asking me about Barnsley (what league they're in, what crowds they get etc etc) I've been telling him to go down to oakwell for a while now as his kids are football mad but he was abit unsure of how they would be treated mainly due to the hard time they've had since living here, I've always stressed that he would be fine and people would probably approach them out of interest if anything. Anyway it was about 6pm that evening and they're my last drop of the day and the guy answers the door with a red and white scarf over his shoulders! They'd been and bought tickets for the Luton game, sat in the east stand upper tier and they've had a phenomenal day by the sounds, really really enjoyed it. He was shocked at the standard of football that we played and asked if we always play like that, I told him yes of course! But I think the nicest thing he told me was that once the game had finished their was an oldish couple sat behind them who both wrapped their Barnsley scarfs around the children and gave them their programme. The fella was absolutley gobsmacked at how well they were treated by the fans and said it's made their children's weekend. He says they intend to make it a regular visit and their kids have asked for a Barnsley shirt for Christmas! How good is that? Just wanted to share that story with you as I think it finishes off what a been a brilliant weekend of football. Black, white, Asian, eastern European, American or whatever! Anyone should be made welcome down at oakwell. The more the merrier. Up them reds.