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Theleaguemag Sheffield United v Sheffield Wednesday. Brian Deane and Carlton Palmer

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benjaminwier In case you missed it, ex-#SWFC player Royston Drenthe's first goal for his new club…

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wednesdayite On This Day in 1991 #swfc shared an amazing 4-4 draw @MillwallFC in the FACup.…

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wednesdayite OTD in 1956 - Floodlight Match @S6 vs San Lorenzo of Argentina. Hat-tricks for Finney & Shiner as #swfc won 9-0

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wednesdayite Wednesday keeper Jack Brown punches clear during the 1935 FA Cup final at Wembley - Wednesday vs West Brom #swfc

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    We welcome another new Owls blogger to and to die-hard Wednesday fans this man won't need much introducing.

    Steve Chu was the Communications Manager at Sheffield Wednesday from August 2000 to February 2007.  In his first 2 1/2 years at Hillsborough he worked for three chairmen and four managers. During Steve's time at the club, he led the development of the most viewed official club website in the Football League and won a clean sweep of Programme of the Year awards in 2004. Away from football, Steve is best known for his research at Bell Labs in cooling and trapping of atoms with laser light, which won him a share of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1997*. He is now Head of Communications and Administration at South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue.

    *information from Wikipedia. May be a different Steve Chu, but all true Owls fans know that the Chumeister is so incredible he would regularly pick up Nobel prizes in ten minute breaks from his work communicating SWFC's message.

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