Date: 19th December 2014 at 1:03pm
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Barnsley boss Danny Wilson will reach the career milestone of 1,000 games in management when the reds entertain Leyton Orient on Saturday.

The 54 year old began his managerial career in 1994 with the tykes. He left in 1998 for him to return to Oakwell in 2013.

In the period between Wilson has taken charge of Sheffield Wednesday, Bristol City, MK Dons, Hartlepool, Swindon and Sheffield United.

Wilson is only the 24th manager in English football to reach this milestone. He joins some great names such as Alex Ferguson, Brian Clough, Matt Busby, Arsene Wenger, Bobby Robson and Dave Bassett.

With modern football the way it is, I can`t see many more managers reaching 1,000 games. Chairmen are far too trigger happy with football now so results and money driven.

Hopefully Wilson can mark the occasion with three points for the super reds.

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