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swfc OWLS 1-1 FC ARSENAL TULA. The referee blows for half time moments after Atdhe Nuhiu hits crossbar from close range #swfcpreseason

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Wisbey82 @wednesdayite @swfc got me in shitloads of trouble calling that finding out we signed emerson thome etc lol spent £40 one month

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swfc 8 GOAL! FC Arsenal Tula equalise with Bazanov slotting home #swfcpreseason

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swfc GOAL!! 3 Michail Antonio fires the Owls ahead #swfcpreseason

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swfc Here is the Owls' line-up for this evening's game with Arsenal Tula #swfcpreseason pic.twitter.com/uPWGIorvGP

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    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.

    "'What's in a name?' is a question famously borrowed from Shakespeare, in the Brian Friel play 'Translations'. The play focusses on the tribal importance of language, and especially names within social groups, as it sees a couple of British cartographers sent to Ireland to map the local area and anglicise place names. Some of the Irish characters feel more strongly than others regarding the erosion of their heritage. Indeed the character Owen, who utters Juliet's famous question, does so having been wrongly referred to as Roland, for most of the plot, without bothering to correct anyone. To other characters the maintenance of their cultural and individual identities, is far more important. I know what your thinking. Firstly you are wondering if you have clicked on to the Wednesdayite blog. Yes you have. Secondly you are wondering if Wednesdayite have been hacked. No they have not. Thirdly you want to know what on earth I am on about. All I can ask is that you read on and see if I can win you round on that.
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