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It’s Just My Opinion

Sheffield quarta-feira fez grandes avanços dentro e fora do campo na temporada passada. Isso foi recebido com uma abundância de entusiasmo pela enorme base de fãs, e com razão. Houve mudanças de cima para baixo que viram um novo treinador e equipe técnica chegar, a abundância de novas contratações, dinheiro investido e orçamentos levantados. Enquanto

It’s Just My Opinion

Sheffield Wednesday made huge strides on and off of the pitch last season. This was met with an abundance of enthusiasm and excitement by the huge fan base, and rightly so. There were changes from top to bottom that saw a new head coach and technical team arrive, plenty of new signings, money invested and budgets raised. Whilst


Wednesday So Far

After their exploits last season, big things were expected of Sheffield Wednesday this campaign. The Owls managed to defy the odds by making the play off final last term, eventually losing out to Hull City, and this feat dramatically increased expectations from the fan base and rightly so! The key is to build on success and

Football & Anxiety

Football and anxiety go hand in hand, especially if you’re a Sheffield Wednesday supporter.  The highs and lows of the last 18 months, as The Owls engineered a promotion push to lose out to Hull City in the play off final in May, the stuttering start to the current campaign and the uncertainty of the transfer


My View: Transfers

A lot has been said over recent times about transfers at Sheffield Wednesday. Fans are constantly asking questions about specific deals, who was behind them and how they have impacted us on the pitch but also financially. So here I am going to put my point of view across to see if I can shed

In The Know?

For the past 18 months or so, I have been what is usually described as “in the know.” Some people believe this, some don’t. That is not important. During that time I have primarily known about transfers, amongst other things. I broke many exclusive bits of news on Facebook and then migrated to Twitter to


Window Watch – 3 Possible Deals To Revisit

With the winter transfer window on the horizon, many Sheffield Wednesday fans feel there is a necessity to dip into the market once again, to boost The Owls and their promotion push. Here I take a look at 3 possible deals that Wednesday could revisit, after making enquiries for the players during the summer window. What

Time For A Bit Of Common Sense

After a below par performance from Wednesday at home to Ipswich Town, once again, the reaction from some quarters has been nothing short of abhorrent. Carlos Carvalhal, the man who helped guide The Owls to the brink of promotion to the top flight after only a season in English football, has come under fire on social


On The Whistle – Huddersfield Town vs Sheffield Wednesday

Starting Line Ups The Terriers: 1.Danny Ward, 2.Tommy Smith, 5.Mark Hudson (c), 6.Jonathan Hogg, 9.Elias Kachunga, 10.Aaron Mooy, 15.Chris Löwe (Michael Hefele 83′), 17.Rajiv Van La Parra, 21.Nahki Wells, 26.Christopher Schindler, 45.Kasey Palmer (Jack Payne 70′). The Owls: 1.Keiren Westwood, 3.David Jones, 5.Kieran Lee, 9.Adam Reach, 14.Gary Hooper (Glenn Loovens 90′), 15.Tom Lees (c), 16.Liam

Huddersfield Town vs Sheffield Wednesday HT report

Starting Line Ups The Terriers: 1.Danny Ward, 2.Tommy Smith, 5.Mark Hudson (c), 6.Jonathan Hogg, 9.Elias Kachunga, 10.Aaron Mooy, 15.Chris Löwe, 17.Rajiv Van La Parra, 21.Nahki Wells, 26.Christopher Schindler, 45.Kasey Palmer. The Owls: 1.Keiren Westwood, 3.David Jones, 5.Kieran Lee, 9.Adam Reach, 14.Gary Hooper, 15.Tom Lees (c), 16.Liam Palmer, 23.Sam Hutchinson, 36.Daniel Pudil, 41.Barry Bannan, 45.Fernando Forestieri.