Think Before You Tweet

Last week, we saw how social media, namely Twitter, could be used to do good. Sheffield Wednesday fan Sid was struggling, and the number of people – supporters, ex-players, staff, the club, and those in the wider footballing community, that came to his aid was terrific. The focus on Sid and his situation lasted for

Glimmers Of Hope

There have been many glimmers of hope and positivity at Sheffield Wednesday over the years. And, let’s face it, they often turn into despair, concern and frustration further down the line. However, I’ve always been someone who keeps their eye out for green shoots, as small as they may be. The first glimmer of hope

Exploring An Option Wednesday Have

The managerial situation at Sheffield Wednesday, at the time of writing, remains unclear. And, knowing my luck, I’ll upload this article then an announcement will swiftly follow. As usual, it’s been a period of multiple bookies favourites and a raft of names getting a mention in the press and across social media. I think many

Power Play

It’s been a while, but I’m going to be writing more regularly again this year. I struggle to stick to things, so I’m determined to prove that I can set a long term goal and reach it. A lot is going on at Sheffield Wednesday right now, and plenty of talking points, and with a

Driving Change – The Chairman

I’ve written plenty of pieces similar to this previously, and posted tweets with the same message, too. Usually, I’ll start by suggestion everyone has a right to an opinion, which they do. But, the more I think about it, the more I believe it isn’t about someone’s views. There are issues in terms of the

The Paixao And Pulis Connection

If there was an opportunity for me to go on Mastermind, my subject of choice, as many reading this will know, would be Amadeu Paixao. He’s a man who you could suggest I became obsessed with from late 2015 onwards, but in my opinion, with Sheffield Wednesday at heart. I believe over the last five

My Thoughts On Tony Pulis

According to the ever-reliable John Percy, Wednesday are in advanced talks with Tony Pulis to take over as manager. And, as you will expect, many, if not the majority of fans on Twitter, are somewhat disappointed by the news of his possible arrival. The style of football is primarily the reason why, with the view

My Thoughts On The Decision To Fire Garry Monk

When news broke of Garry Monk and his staff’s departures from Sheffield Wednesday, I must say I was caught off guard. It’s not a decision I expected at this point, regardless of our position in the division and our lack of goals from open play. But, the chairman has rolled the dice, and I wanted

Lees Rising To The Challenge

I think a lot of people will have expected Tom Lees not to continue as skipper for Wednesday. And, they more than likely will have predicted Barry Bannan would be the man to take the armband. Garry Monk has spoken about giving Bannan the responsibility as a challenge to take his game up a level,

Wednesday 0-0 Watford – More Positives

Another game and another clean sheet. A point on the board and a lot of positives on show. Many felt heading into the match against Watford that if Wednesday came away with a draw, it would be a good result. I thought we could win the game, and I would agree with that on what