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Barney Daniels
Personal information
Full name Bernard Joseph Daniels
Date of birth November 24, 1950 (1950-11-24) (age 59)
Place of birth    Salford, England
Playing position Forward
Club information
Current club Retired
Youth career
c 1967–1969 Manchester United
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
Manchester United
Ashton United
Manchester City
Chester City
Stockport County
Ashton United
0 00 0(0)

0 1100(2)
0 9 0 0(1)
0 47 0 (17)   

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Bernard 'Barney' Daniels (born November 24, 1950, Salford) is a former English professional footballer. He made appearances in The Football League for three clubs in the 1970s.


Playing career

Daniels was a product of Manchester United's youth policy but he left for non-league side Ashton United after failing to make any league appearances.[1]

He later returned to professional football with Manchester City, featuring in the top-flight of English football before becoming Chester's record signing at £20,000 in the summer of 1975.[2] Daniels began his Chester career in positive fashion by scoring from 25 yards against Southend United in his new club's first ever home game in Football League Division Three[2] but he was at the centre of controversy just days later when he tore off his shirt after being substituted against Wrexham and threw it towards the dugout.[2]

After failing to land a regular place in the side, Daniels was to quickly move on to Stockport County before returning to Ashton.[1]

External links


  • Sumner, Chas (1997). On the Borderline: The Official History of Chester City F.C. 1885-1997. Yore Publications. ISBN 978-1-874427-52-0.  


  1. ^ a b "Barney Daniels". Neil Brown. Retrieved 2008-12-13.  
  2. ^ a b c Sumner (1997), p 91


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