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  1. We didn’t opt on getting a refund on our season ticket That’s about £280 we gave to the club.
  2. Drones are to be used in the policing operation at the Sheffield derby on Monday night,it has been revealed today. The deviceswill be used in the sky aroundHillsborough football stadium on Monday night to monitor the crowds as fans head to and from the ground when Sheffield Wednesday play Sheffield United in their second league meeting of the season. Footage from the drones will be beamed to police chiefson the ground to help with the deployment of officers to where they are needed most. This will be the first time we have used drones at a football
  3. Almen Abdi is still struggling to train on consecutive days, Carlos Carvalhal has revealed.The Sheffield Wednesday midfielder has endured a torrid time since arriving at Hillsborough last summer, lacking in both form and fitness. A long-standing knee injury continues to trouble the 30-year-old, restricting his time both on the pitch and the training ground. “He trains one day and then has to stop for two,” head coach Carvalhal explained. “He is not ready to play 90 minutes and he is still a player who is progressing. “He is in a very good way however.” Abdi played almo
  4. Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Barry Bannan has disagreed with Carlos Carvalhal over the head coach’s assertion that the heavy fixture schedule played a part in the Owls’ dropping points over the holidays.Disappointing performances against Preston North End and Wolves led to dropped points but, perhaps crucially, Wednesday stretched their unbeaten run to five games. Carvalhal believes the short turnaround in games were a contributing factor in the dour displays, stating It is not realistic to expect players to play at the top of their performance with two games in three days.” Howe
  5. I take by my disabled lad to S6 we've been to 2extra game this season. (Plus last year ST) Does this mean I can get 1x ticket and a free careers ticket from the club shop tomorrow afternoon ? Been trying to ring them all morning for info but no answer. Thanks in advance.
  6. Following further discussions with the respective authorities, the club are pleased to announce that further home tickets have been made available for Friday evening’s play-off fixture against Brighton. These tickets go on sale ONLINE AND BY TELEPHONE ONLY from 9.00am on Wednesday. The West Stand lower and North Stand West end will be available for home supporters, in addition to restricted view Kop tickets. This phase is the general sale and, in line with all previous sale dates, supporters can purchase two tickets per ID number. Anyone who has already bought two tickets for this fi
  7. With the 2016/17 Season Ticket window closing on Monday, the Owls’ Ticket Office phone lines are exceptionally busy and waiting times are longer than usual. The club have measures in place to cope with the huge demand for Season Tickets ahead of the deadline as supporters can request a call back from the Ticket Office by emailing their contact details and ID number toticketenquiries@swfc.co.uk. All emails requests with the relevant contact details will be facilitated by a member of the Ticket Office staff. The Season Ticket window is open until midnight on Monday I February and fans hav
  8. The Owls’ unique Season Ticket window for 2016/17 closes for business in just six days’ time – and fans have been flocking in their thousands to sign up for one, two or three-year deals since early January. The window slams shut on Monday 1 February and Wednesdayites are reminded of the details regarding Season Ticket sales. HOW TO BUY One-year deals From the Sheffield Wednesday Online Shop, in person at the Ticket Office or by telephone on 0871 900 1867. Payment options Cash, debit/credit card, cheque or ten-month finance option with V12 (6.5% arrangement fee). Two and three-y
  9. Sheffield Wednesday were wallowing in the third tier of English football and Reading sinking into the fourth when two childhood friends bought a small tuna cannery south-east of Bangkok. Kraisorn Chansiri and Cheng Niruttinanon were so close they called themselves brothers, as they still do after building the business they opened in 1977 in the port of Samut Sakhon into a global seafood giant worth billions. Thai Union Frozen (TUF) is the world's largest producer of canned tuna — it owns John West among many others — and sons of its two founders can be found running the Championship club
  10. Kamil Zayatte has claimed he intentionally avoided playing for Sheffield Wednesday in order to be fit to feature for Guinea. Looking back on his time with the Owls – which ended when he was released from the club last month – Zayatte told a reporter in his home country he put off a return to action, looking to protect himself ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations. “There were times when I even refused to play for my club to be ready for the [Cup of Nations],” Zayatte told Foot224. “My coaches saw I was ready but every time there was a match, I said that I had to wait to return.”
  11. Former prospective Wednesday owner Hafiz Mammadov has denied fleeing his native Azerbaijan due to an arrest warrant being issued over alleged embezzlement. Mammadov agreed to buy the Owls from Milan Mandaric a year ago for around £40m with his ‘Azerbaijan Land of Fire’ branding appearing as the main shirt sponsor throughout the season. But Mandaric pulled the plug on the deal in September after Mammadov failed to provide the necessary funds. Reports emerged in Azerbaijan over the weekend that an arrest warrant had been issued for Mammadov over failed repayment of a loan –the lates
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