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matt68owls

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About matt68owls

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  • Birthday 19/12/1968

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  1. Liam palmer - delivery driver Westwood - teacher Bannan - troll Fletcher - bricklayer Forestieri - waiter Nuihu - secret agent
  2. Sat 19th October 1974, Wednesday 2-1 Hull city the first goal was Colin Harvey, the second was scored by Eric McMordie who came on loan from Middlesbrough and played just 9 games but scored 6 goals and ended Wednesdays top scorer that season. What a depressing season start to life as a Wednesdayite.
  3. # Team sum Matches average 1 Manchester United 972.757 21 46.322 2 Liverpool FC 741.699 21 35.319 3 Everton FC 680.143 21 32.388 4 Manchester City 508.809 21 24.229 5 Arsenal FC 500.076 21 23.813 6 Newcastle United 486.862 21 23.184 7 Sheffield Wednesday 485.131 21 23.101 8 Chelsea FC 461.698 21 21.986 9 West Ham United 447.071 21 21.289 10 Tottenham Hotspur 438.096 21 20.862 11 Nottingham Forest 353.982 21 16.856 12 Watford FC 322.805 21 15.372 13 Queens Park Rangers 320.052 21 15.241 14 Aston Villa 319.581 21 15.218 15 Southampton FC 315.636 21 15.030 16 Ipswich Town 303.275 21 14.442 17 Leicester City 277.509 21 13.215 18 West Bromwich Albion 254.878 21 12.137 19 Coventry City 244.615 21 11.648 20 Luton Town 232.081 21 11.051 21 Oxford United 231.607 21 11.029 22 Birmingham City 229.270 21 10.918 overall 9.127.633 462 19.757
  4. why does it always effing happen, really wee wee's me off, every time we have a chance to get in to the mix we lose to a shyte team.
  5. well we've just stuffed boro and people are feeling a little optimistic, so you know what's coming, it's the Wednesday way.
  6. fa cup 1961, man utd 2-7 Sheffield Wednesday. Wednesday were 4-1 up at half time. Aldershot 0-8 Wednesday, 4-0 at half time in 1989 Stockport 0-7 Wednesday played at Maine road in front of just 2,000 fans in 1986
  7. probably watching or listening to the match, not going online to start a pointless argument yet again.
  8. blackburn in the 93 semi final Hartlepool away ?
  9. Gary Bannisters 1-0 winning goal at Shrewsbury in 1982, absolute scenes
  10. i really miss the way football was in the 1970s and 1980s, no messing around with tickets, calling in at the chippy on the way to an away match and always being full of fellow owls. finding a pub a few miles away from the ground and it still being full of owls, getting to the ground and finding on occasions that the away end was full, so you just went on the home end along with many other owls. on away games always tried to find anyone who had a portable transistor radio to keep you informed of scores, I remember being stood at a station (down south somewhere, maybe Gillingham) and a Wednesday fan going in to the station office and put the radio through the station loudspeaker, so everyone could hear the scores. the only real social media was the green un and Sheffield star during the week, as a 3rd division team you didn't get any airtime, sometimes you would turn up at a game and a new player would be there and you didn't have a clue who. you certainly weren't that bothered about what went off behinds the scenes at the club. As a fan who doesn't get to go much nowadays, the football coverage nowadays is a godsend, social media and owlstalk keeps you up to date on things.
  11. Dame Joan Cowley? whatever floats your boat mate
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