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Friday, 28 September 2012 11:00

Owls Blog - Plug The Leak

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Our regular Owls blogger Joe Crann returns to Wednesdayite.com with his latest blog and attempts a rallying call with the Owls having lost five in a row, hoping to end that run at Wolves on Saturday.  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. 

"Well, we’re now 10 games into the season and, in all competitions we’ve conceded 20 goals. Not ideal for a team that, last month, had fans dreaming of a second consecutive promotion.
Friday, 28 September 2012 12:00

Owls Blog - Kirkland Not The Cause Of Wednesday's Woes

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Owls blogger brings us his latest blog to Wednesdayite.com, Richard Brook is a 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.

"There seems to be an odd misconception flying around Sheffield Wednesday fan’s internet sites of choice at the moment. Namely that the Owls’ new recruit between the sticks, Chris Kirkland, is an inferior option in terms of organising his back four. I have read many calls over recent weeks, during the indifferent run of form that saw Wednesday lose their last four league matches on the bounce, for Stephen Bywater to replace Kirkland in goal.
Friday, 28 September 2012 10:00

Owls Blog - Book Review of 20 Legends and Competition

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One of our most popular Owls Bloggers, Rory McAllister, the self appointed Southern Owl returns to Wednesdayite.com with his first blog of the 2012-13 season.

This time around our friend from ‘darn sarf’ has a slightly different blog and has been asked to review the new book 'Sheffield Wednesday - 20 Legends' and there's even the chance to win your own copy of the book.  So read on and don't forget to enter the competition, full details are at the end of the blog.

 
Wednesday, 26 September 2012 12:00

Owls Blog - Bridging The Gap

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Regular Owls Blogger and Sky Sports fan zone SWFC blogger Carl Mullooly brings his September blog to Wednesdayite.com with the recent run of results very much to the fore of Carl's mind.

"I’m writing this blog in a state of disbelief. Not because our team have lost four games on the bounce, but the reaction of a small section of our fan base and the select few who think a change in manager is necessary.
Monday, 24 September 2012 10:00

Owls Blog - Thoughts from the Bolton Defeat

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Following the Owls fourth defeat in a row this weekend against Bolton Wanderers Owls blogger Matt Grant returns to  Wednesdayite.com with his thoughts from the Bolton defeat "A work in progress, no need to panic."

"The Championship is said to be the 6th richest league in Europe, I’m assuming not that far behind The Bundesliga, Serie A and Primeria Liga. And maybe if last season’s performance of clubs promoted to the top tier, where all three survived relegations, is repeated this season then we could say the gap is perhaps gradually closing on The Premiership (and its near equivalent, La Liga). 

Monday, 24 September 2012 12:00

Owls Blog - The Referee’s A Whacker!

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Our regular Owls blogger Joe Crann returns to Wednesdayite.com with his latest blog as the Owls season hits a bit of a hiccup.  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. 

"Another week gone and another defeat to deal with, however, having listened to the game, watched the highlights and spoken to my folks, who were both at the game, a certain chant sprung to mind.
Monday, 24 September 2012 12:00

Owls Blog - School of Sheffield Wednesday - Physics

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Following on from her first School of Sheffield Wednesday lesson covering Georgraphy head SWFC teacher and Owls blogger Laura Jones returns with her second lesson - Physics.

Laura is an Owl from birth and now writes and tweets about the pleasure and pain of being a football fan as any good sadomasochist would. Laura writes her own blog Yes I Can Explain The Offside Rule where she looks at an autobiographical view of being born and raised a Wednesdayite.

Monday, 17 September 2012 12:00

Owls Blog - Moving On From 1989 - A Long Road Ahead

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Owls blogger Matt Grant returns with his second blog for Wednesdayite.com and talks about the Hillsborough disaster following last weeks' report by the Hillsborough Independent Panel.

"It’s been a very unsettling experience to be a Wednesdayite this week, following the release of the Bishop of Liverpool’s report into Hillsborough, as we watched our club take centre stage, alongside South Yorkshire police and Sheffield Council, in grim revelations about that day in April 1989. 

Monday, 17 September 2012 12:00

Owls Blog - What to Write JFT96

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Our regular Owls blogger Joe Crann returns to Wednesdayite.com and covers the very emotive subject of the Hillsborough disaster and talks about last weeks report on that faitful day in 1989.  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.  (Note from Editor - This blog was written before the weekends game v Brighton)

"Today I’m tasked with writing a blog on Sheffield Wednesday on the same day that David Cameron stated in the House of Commons, "Today's report is black and white. The Liverpool fans were not the cause of the (Hillsborough) disaster. 
Monday, 17 September 2012 12:00

Owls Blog - Who Really Is Englands No.1?

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To start the week we welcome a new Owls blogger to Wednesdayite.com and without further a do, we'll hand over to John to introduce himself; 
 
"My name is John Patterson, I have followed Wednesday since I was a young lad, growing up I was a Newcastle United fan but was converted to Sheffield Wednesday in 2001 when I attended my first game.  Unfortunately for me just after our last Premier League season so as of yet have never been to a Premier League match but hopefully if Wednesday continue with the great start to this season I will get to see one in the near future, fingers crossed.
 
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