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bbc606 What a night in the @premierleague. That game between @LFC and @chelseafc at Anfield now… #CFC #LFC pic.twitter.com/9cyib4WB8j

Retweeted 14 hours ago

Ben5errano First we made Ross Barkley in the championship.. Now we've made Connor Wickham... #startofanewEra @wednesdayite

Retweeted 14 hours ago

wednesdayite Well done to @ConnorWickham10 tonight getting two goals v Man City to help Sunderland to a 2-2 draw. Liverpool fans will be happy too!

14 hours ago

swfc WIN! Three pairs of tickets for Owls v Charlton on Monday are up for grabs! RT to enter #swfc pic.twitter.com/tl2SxOikZf

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purdy69 Ipswich tickets purchased..can't wait #awaydays #wawaw @MothJamie @Hillsborough_ @wednesdayite @swfc

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  • 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.

    "'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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