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  1. According to Wikipedia he is still playing in the Italian 14th Division at the spritely age of 41. My question being, if he is still playing then is he the last active footballer out there who represented us in the Premier League?
  2. https://www.owlstalk.co.uk/forums/topic/195262-a-career-in-pictures-guylian-ndumbu-nsungu/?tab=comments#comment-4528179 Everything you need is here. You're welcome x
  3. Steven Rumbulus Harkness. Created out of clay and meat and fur by a wizard. Made 11 appearances for the mighty Owls, every single one bizarrely against the Republic of Ireland. And all resulting in draws. Has the honour of being the only Wednesday player to have his shirt directly applied to his body, the hallowed blue n' white stripes being tattood onto his loose, flapping skin by the ghost of Patrick Blondeau. The Chupa Chups logo and club badge were drawn on later in lipstick. After being bitten by a rabid Danny Sonner in training he retired from the game and the pai
  4. Strangest squad number I ever saw was Jon Beswetherick wearing the number 3 shirt for us. This implied that he was not only a left back, but more importantly, a footballer.
  5. The club rejected my idea for half time entertainment - ‘Pressmans Pick’ Kevin sits at a small tressle table and tries a different breakfast cereal every week, marking them out of 10 to crown the winner at the end of the season. If we dont do it, someone else will.
  6. Q: Who was a Halloween footballer for the Sheffield Wednesday? A: Jon Beswetherwitch
  7. Q: Who was a Halloween footballer for the Sheffield Wednesday? A: Chris Adamson (Face)
  8. Q: Who was a Halloween Footballer for the Sheffield Wednesday? A: Niclas Draculalexandersson
  9. Q: Who was a Halloween footballer for the Sheffield Wednesday? A: Lloyd Owusooooooooooooooo (pronounced like a ghost noise)
  10. Q: Who was a Halloween footballer for the Sheffield Wednesday? A: Pumpkim Olsen
  11. You may well be right - he played like it was his debut day on planet earth.
  12. Sheffield Wednesday v Blackpool, 25 February 2004 Score 2-0 to Blackpool Referee Mike Pike Competition LDV Vans Trophy Final - northern section (2nd leg) Venue Hillsborough Attendance 21,390 View Sheffield Wednesday v Blackpool head to head BLACKPOOL WON 3-0 ON AGGREGATE 0Sheffield Wednesday 2Blackpool Goals: Goals: Mike Sheron 20 Keith Southern 31 Starting lineup: GoalkeeperOla Tidman DefenderLeigh Bromby Defender/Centre backDean Smith Defender/Centre backRichard Wo
  13. I agree he looks quality, but everyone was w*nking their knackers flat after Rodris debut goal.
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