Sunday, March 18, 2018


on June 28, 2013

On 13 February, Wednesdayite Chairman Darryl Keys revealed that the group had been approached by different parties with regards to the processes involving the sale of their shareholding. One of those parties was later revealed to be Geoff Sheard, who was said to be fronting a 'Swiss-based trust' and was said to be at an "advanced stage" in steps to buy the club. Wednesdayite membership significantly increased during the period with all members promised that they would be able to take part in any future potential vote deciding whether to sell the shares.

Due to the length of time taken to complete a takeover of the club, speculation mounted amongst the Sheffield Wednesday fanbase as to the role of Wednesdayite's shares in a possible takeover, the identity of consortium members and whether the funds of the group could be legally verified under UK money laundering laws. Wednesdayite's openness in addressing the unfolding situation (whilst all other parties, including the club, remained silent on the subject) saw support for the group grow.


Rt Hon David Blunkett MP

on June 28, 2013

Honorary President

Peter Shaw

on June 28, 2013


Owls Blog - Subbuteo Art: Cleaving John's Wembley Dink

on June 28, 2013
"In 1991, when I was ten, the accepted way for football fans to record their special football memories was to keep a scrapbook of pictures and clippings from newspapers and magazines. You recreated these treasured moments on the Subbuteo pitch. Somewhere over the last 22 years the distinction between these two, footballing pastimes became blurred, at least in the mind of Aston Villa fan Terry Lee.

Owls Blog - On The Road To The New Season

on June 28, 2013

Okay, so the anticipation for this season could never match the anticipation we all had last time out. This time last year we were still flying high on the good vibes from our incredible, last-gasp promotion to the Championship, and had the wind behind us in the form of 13 matches without defeat. This time around we're coming off the back of a last-day survival scrap and a very quiet off-season. But I've got a feeling the wind is changing...

Owls Blog - The COG Blog

on June 20, 2013
The first Owls blog of the close season sees a new Owls Blogger, Aiden Cusick, feature on  Aiden is a 22-year-old wannabe sports journalist with an obsession for Sheffield Wednesday and in his own words "talks a good game, plays like Kim Olsen."
Aiden's first blog some may say is good timing, some may say it's bad timing - but Aiden takes a view on recent Owls striker and new Barnsley signing Chris O'Grady.

Owls Blog - Wednesday Survive On Promotion Form

on May 13, 2013
Owls blogger Richard Brook brings us his final blog of the 2012-13 season with his review. Richard 31-year-old life-long Wednesday supporter, and amateur football writer. He lives with his wife and three Wednesday brain washed children. Like most of his generation Richard’s heroes were Hirst, Waddle and Sheridan, and as goalkeeper himself Kevin Pressman.

"Sheffield Wednesday signed off their first season back in the Championship with a 2-0 win against Middlesbrough, at Hillsborough. It was a game the Owls had to win, to retain the second tier status that the club fought so hard to attain the season before.

Owls vs Blades Voted Greatest Ever Cup Semi

on May 11, 2013
- Fans’ all-time FA Cup moments identified following season-long poll
- Results to be featured on ESPN’s live TV FA Cup Final build up on 11 May
- Sheffield Derby in 1993 voted greatest FA Cup Semi-Final

Wednesdayite Weekly - 2012/13 Issue #32

on May 03, 2013

The Wednesdayite Weekly: We've got our tickets, have you?

For a final Friday flourish:

➤ Eddie has a positive mental attitude
➤ Joe wonders where it all went wrong
➤ Matt and his armchair win PFA Player Of The Season
➤ Membership for next season - preview


Owls Blog - Down To The Last Day

on May 02, 2013
Regular Owls blogger Joe Crann returns to with his final blog of the season as we approach the 'Last Day' with so much riding on it.  Joe is based in South Africa and is a journalist for Soccer-Laduma, Africa’s biggest football publication.  He's Sheffield born and bred and moved over to Cape Town, South Africa in 2011. 

"We could have made it easier for ourselves, we could have guaranteed our safety with just a draw against Peterborough United, but no, in true Sheffield Wednesday fashion, our relegation battle will go down to the last day.