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Greenhgate Owl

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  1. good play Can't blame the lad for rinsing the club for money treated like crap by the club for 18 months
  2. we do but tactics stop that from happening
  3. scores for fun in the youth leagues if only we had someone like that
  4. joost crossed the halfway line Carlos is terrified
  5. will Rhodes or Fernando be sold will a cm be signed who will be spotted at Hillsborough burger king all answers solved today 23 hours to go...
  6. Carlos likes bottling playoffs he has a 100% record
  7. Jeffers is the second all time goal scorer for England u21s wouldn't get to excited
  8. wouldn't matter if we sold Rhodes and got lukaku ,tactics won't change
  9. like I've said before,if he had a different surname,no one would care
  10. Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to More Sheffield Wednesday have signed Joost van Aken for an undisclosed fee from Eredivisie side SC Heerenveen. The towering centre back finalised his move to Hillsborough on Wednesday morning and will join his new team mates at Middlewood Road on Thursday. The 23-year-old signed his first professional contract with Heerenveen in 2013 and went on to become a key figure for the club. His consistent and commanding performances in central defence were rewarded in 2015, when the Haarlem-born stopper signed a new three-year deal with the top flight Dutch outfit. He made 26 appearances during the 2016/17 campaign and scored on his final outing of the season in a 3-0 win over Sparta Rotterdam, as Heerenveen secured a mid-table finish. In total, van Aken has made 90 appearances for Heerenveen. Strong in the air and comfortable in possession, van Aken has been capped three times at international level by the Dutch Under-21s and now adds to the competition in the Owls’ backline. Joost will wear squad number four and is eligible to make his debut when the Owls host Nottingham Forest on Saturday 9 SeptemberShare to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to More Sheffield Wednesday have signed Joost van Aken for an undisclosed fee from Eredivisie side SC Heerenveen. The towering centre back finalised his move to Hillsborough on Wednesday morning and will join his new team mates at Middlewood Road on Thursday. The 23-year-old signed his first professional contract with Heerenveen in 2013 and went on to become a key figure for the club. His consistent and commanding performances in central defence were rewarded in 2015, when the Haarlem-born stopper signed a new three-year deal with the top flight Dutch outfit. He made 26 appearances during the 2016/17 campaign and scored on his final outing of the season in a 3-0 win over Sparta Rotterdam, as Heerenveen secured a mid-table finish. In total, van Aken has made 90 appearances for Heerenveen. Strong in the air and comfortable in possession, van Aken has been capped three times at international level by the Dutch Under-21s and now adds to the competition in the Owls’ backline. Joost will wear squad number four and is eligible to make his debut when the Owls host Nottingham Forest on Saturday 9 September
  11. how to become a millionaire be a billionaire,own a football club and give 'arry your checkbook
  12. we got Carlos 2 year ago to get us promoted,he ain't done it I know who id rather get shut off
  13. only Sheffield Wednesday could buy a natural goal scorer ,have a manager who is clueless and makes Rhodes look rubbish and sell him a month after buying him for a million pound less than we reportably payed for him. when Rhodes starts scoring for fun again and we are stuck with clueless Carlos ,playing the same poo every week .theres only one team who looks daft. selling Fernando and Rhodes shows zero ambition. sack Carlos ffs and get someone who knows what they are doing
  14. Marco Fernando bannan Jones Abdi fox fletcher hooper Rhodes winnall hunt Keane pudil reach Joao Wallace Boyd all these players bought during Carlos's time as head coach , how many would cut it in the premier league
  15. yes they where lucky to win the playoffs but can't have been down to luck being in the top 6 all season. personally thought last season was a lot easier than the previous one 5 of the top 6 weren't recently relegated teams and we was favorites to win the playoffs but played like a Sunday league team. if it was a one off performance you could excuse it but it's repeatably happening. with a strike force of fletcher ,Hooper,Rhodes,winall ,Fernando and joao and ambitionsof top 2 ,we should be blowing teams away not scraping 1-0 wins or hanging on for a draw
  16. First season no as we we're beaten by a far better team . second season yes,the managers tactics cost us a chance in the final. it doesn't take time. how many seasons did it take Wagner and what was his budget compared to ours
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