Thursday, February 22, 2018

Wednesdayite Catering Survery 2013

on August 23, 2013

Once again, it 's your chance to have your say about the catering facilities at Hillsborough on match days. We had a spirited and valuable response from fans when we produced our last survey in 2011, and the club and its catering partners promised to take those views into account to better serve you, their customers. So have things improved? Are you a loyal customer of the Hillsborough catering outlets, or do you avoid them at all costs? Let us know!

Owls Blog - My 'Cursed' Wednesday Career

on August 23, 2013

 

Owls blogger Ben Wier returns to the line up at Wednesdayite.com as the 2013-14 Championship season kicks into gear, to talk about what must be a common feeling amongst those too young to remember the glory days of the 1990s.

Ben is 21 years old and lives in Colchester, Essex and when he's not there he's in Sheffield attending the University of Sheffield where he studies Journalism.  

Ben's Dad is from Sheffield and has been a Wednesday fan, like himself, all his life. Ben's first match was against Chelsea in 1998, and one of his favourite Wednesday goals witnessed live was Matt Hamshaw's mesmeric goal vs Watford in the League Cup Quarter Final in 2001 when we won 4-0.  His favourite players over the years have been Chris Brunt, Jermaine Johnson and John-Paul McGovern.

 

Armchair Fan Blog - Leeds United (A)

on August 19, 2013

Armchair blogger Matt Savage was able to rely on both audio AND video for his latest report - it's our visit to Elland Road to take on Leeds.

Wednesdayite Weekly - 2013/14 Issue #3

on August 16, 2013

The Wednesdayite Weekly: Ten years...I'd have got less for a bank job...

This week's treats in store for you, lucky reader:

➤ Eddie likes the edge of a local derby
➤ Keep on buy's Trev's SMILE prints please
➤ A great blog about Twitter and SWFC
➤ He Ain't Heavy, He's My Away Coach

All this, and FREE FOOTBALL THIS WEEKEND!

Armchair Fan Blog - Burnley (H)

on August 12, 2013

It's back on home turf for Matt Savage and his trusty armchair, as they settle in to review the first match of the season at beautiful Hillsborough. Over to you, Matt!

Owls Blog - On Behalf Of The Silent Majority

on August 10, 2013

Richard Brook returns to Wednesdayite.com for another insightful and interesting blog - this time on SWFC's relationship with the Twitterverse. Richard is a freelance football writer who contributes to our official matchday programme as well as for magazines like Shoot! and World Soccer. He has been an Owl since the age of two and splits his love of Wednesday with that for his wife and three children.

Wednesdayite Weekly - 2013/14 Issue #2

on August 09, 2013

The Wednesdayite Weekly: Believe it or not, we're writing this from over 2000 miles away...

Ahead of our first home game of the season:

➤ Eddie talks Turkey
➤ Trev's new print for SMILE!
➤ Membership for the season
➤ Pour Some Away Coach On Me

All this, and no more boring League Cup to worry about this season...

Armchair Fan Blog - Rotherham United (A) (Capital One Cup)

on August 08, 2013

Matt Savage returns for a midweek special, this time tackling the Owls' trip to our Toytown neighbours for what turned out to be a bit of a wasted journey. Take it away, Matt...

Owls Blog - Turning Hillsborough Into A Fortress

on August 07, 2013

We welcome a new blogger to Wednesdayite.com in the shape of Charlie Sharpe. Charlie's from Leeds where he's training to be a primary school teacher. He grew up Wednesday thanks to his grandfather, and has been a season ticket holder in the South Stand since he was a boy, alongside his granddad, dad and brother. He's also got a kitten called Reda, which should be enough to scare off any burglars...welcome to the site, Charlie!

Armchair Fan Blog - QPR (A)

on August 05, 2013

Armchair blogger Matt Savage was one of the most consistent performers here at Wednesdayite.com last season, and he's back again for more this time out! Happily for us all, despite interest from big-spending Monaco in securing the services of Matt's armchair, it has rejected all approaches and joins Matt on our journey this term. Welcome back!