Brazilian Bass

Sheffield Wednesday manager Darren Moore brought Jamie Smith and Paul Williams to the club with him on arrival, and Adriano Basso could arrive at Hillsborough this summer as goalkeeper coach. The 46-year-old, who currently plies his trade with Grantham Town, is someone I believe is on Wednesday and Moore’s radar, ahead of what will be

The Born-Ultimatum

So, news broke recently in terms of reports from Germany that Julian Borner could be leaving Sheffield Wednesday this summer, with Hannover 96, who play in the second tier of German football, the suggested interested party. According to some elements of the media, it’s a case of the centre half leaving Hillsborough for free and

Should Wednesday Target This Former Owl On A Free?

On the balance of things, the area Sheffield Wednesday will prioritise in their backline in terms of recruitment this summer is left-back. Adam Reach, who played at left wing-back for large parts of last season, and Matt Penney have left the club. While the Owls will likely be keen on giving rookie Ryan Galvin some

Eric Alonso

Fantasist is the word I would use to describe Eric Alonso. A man who spells Eric with a K rather than a C, probably because it’s cooler. And that’s the thing with Eric; he’s all about status, publicity and being a somebody. Now it appears as though his proposed takeover at Derby County is off,

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