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Dunsbyowl Early 1970's #swfc - what on earth was that ? ;-) #massive pic.twitter.com/JhGEhKh3Ry

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OPublishingTeam Royston Drenthe features on the @swfc programme cover for tomorrow's game. o-publishing.co.uk/shop/content/s… #SWFC pic.twitter.com/Z9x5Av74ZJ

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winghalf6 Happy days at Hillsborough - we all looked like old men - even the youngsters #swfc pic.twitter.com/oDw5IgUNbx

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Blog Highlight

  • Owls BlogOwls Blog
    Owls blogger Richard Brook brings us his latest blog to Wednesdayite.com. 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.

    "'Cult status, in football is usually reserved for a player who for all his technical deficiencies is something of a fan’s favourite. Every once in a while maybe a manager or chairman might steal the hearts of a club’s fan sufficiently to be thought of in such a way. More rarely still it might be a static fixture such as Anfield’s famous Kop or, although not connected to a club, the twin towers of the old Wembley stadium. Cult status can never truly be understood by an outsider but even so once in a while cult status can be afforded to something really bizarre.
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