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  1. A massive Happy 75th Birthday to Mr Sheffield Wednesday Howard Wilkinson - He put us back where we belong in 1984 and came to the clubs rescue in it's hour of need - Hail Sir Howard - Player, Manager, Director, Chairman and @wednesdayite #WAWAW #SWFC
  2. Heroes every one. Spare a thought for them all this weekend. I researched and posted this a few years ago (there may be a few errors in the information for which I apologise! ) Wednesdays Great War Roll Call Played for The Wednesday F.C. but left before 1914 George Beech b1892 (1896/1904) Michael Dowling b 1890 (1910/11) Royal Navy Billy Lloyd b 1884 (1906/13) - Served in York and Lancs Reg. John Lyall b 1881 ((1901/09)Served in Royal Engineers. James Maxwell (1907/8) Served KIA James Monaghan (1913/14) Blinded on Somme. Vivian Sumner Simpson b 1883 (1900/07) Served in Sheffield City Battalion KIA Finlay Weir b 1889 (1909/12) KIA Playing with The Wednesday F.C in 1914 Harold Bentley b1891 (1909/20) - Royal Field Artillery Charles Bretnall b 1888 (1913/20) Jimmy Campbell b1886 (1911/20) - Called up at the beginning of the war & spent four years overseas. Wounded. Teddy Davison b. 1887 (1908/26) Royal Field Artillery James Gill b1894 (1913/20) Served in Army Sam Kirkman b 1889 (1909-20) Served in ACS John Lamb b1893 (1912/20) Joined Footballers Battalion. Wounded on Somme James McGregor (1913/14) - Served in Army Jimmy Spoors b1887 (1908/20) - Served in the Army. Percy Wright b1890 (1910/14) Served in War POW Served in WW1 & Joined the Wednesday F.C. Post 1918 Joe Armstrong b1892 (1921) - Served in the Army Matt Barrass. b1899 (1925/6) - Gunner Royal Artillery Harry (Henry) Anstiss b 1899 - 1926/7 Navy at battle of Jutland Sid Binks b 1899 (1922/24) - Royal Naval Air Service Arnold Birch b1891. (1919/23) - 1st Royal Naval Brigade & POW Tom Breslsford b1895 (1924/25) - Served in Army William Collier b1892 (1924/25) - Served in Black Watch DCM at Battle of Somme Robert Eggo b 1895 (1919/21) - Served in Black Watch Wounded Frank Froggatt b 1898 (1921/27) - Served in York & Lancs Reg. William Harvey b 1896 (1919/21) Served in Army Duke of Wellingtons Regiment. Wounded at Passchendale Horace Henshall b1889 (1922/23) Served RNAS Harold Hill b 1899 (1924/29) – Served in Machine Gun Corps. Fred Keen b 1898 (1920/28) - Royal Naval Division Jonny McIntyre b1895 ((1920/22) Served in Royal Flying Corps Harry O’Neill b 1894 (1919/22) – Served in Royal Navy Percy Reed b1890 (1919/21) Served in Royal Navy Jimmy Seed b 1895 (1927/31) Served in the Army. Gassed. George Shelton b1899 (1920/22) Served in the York and Lancs Andrew Smailes b 1895 (1922/23) Served in the Army William Taylor b1896 (1919/22) Army Officer William Walker b. 1893 (1923/24) Served in the Army George Wilson b1892 (1920/25) Served in Army awarded Belgian Medal of Honour
  3. Please delete if someone has already posted ! A #Legend https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-6364423/How-Derek-Dooley-Mr-Sheffield.html
  4. dunsbyowl

    Poppy badge with owl

    I bought one in the club shop on Saturday - it was in a Royal British Legion Box.
  5. When our current crop of over-paid - under-achieving "stars" fail to put in another shift - they could do worse than read up on some of the brave Wednesday lads who didn't have that luxury a 100 years ago. Here's a couple of Wednesday players to feel proud of. Jimmy Campbell of the Wednesday & the Royal Field Artillery John Lamb of the Wednesday & the Middlesex Regiment "The Footballers Battalion"
  6. A couple of interesting stories in this article - a very different world.
  7. in Wednesday's history. Mr Arthur Dickinson - as Secretary/ Manager he led #SWFC to a FA Cup win in 1896, a new ground in 1899, Promotion in 1900, 1st Division Titles in 1903 & 1904 and a FACup win in 1907. We'll not see his like again #WAWAW and I assume he did it all for free!
  8. How we could do with a 6ft+ striker who could bang them in like this ! #OnThisDay in 1951, in front of 46,570 at Hillsborough - #SWFC beat @Official_NCFC 6-0 and the #Legend Derek Dooley scored 5 ! Other goal by Jackie Sewell #WAWAW
  9. #OnThisDay in 1901 #SWFC beat @SUFC_tweets 1-0 at the Wednesday Ground, Owlerton - goal by Andrew Wilson. #WAWAW
  10. What a month this was for #SWFC back in 1989 - @BigRonAtkinson firstly signed John Sheridan #OnThisDay for a mere £500K - quickly followed by Phil King - a year and a half later this happened at Wembley and left Wednesdayites with some fantastic memories #WAWAW
  11. What a day! #OnThisDay 5 years ago - after a terrible start to the season #SWFC woke up and thrashed @ReadingFC 5-2 at Hillsborough. Goals Fryatt, @Michailantonio OG @ConnorWickham10 @JohnsonReda #WAWAW
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    #OnThisDay Wednesday History !

    Grand Headlines - Never felt more like Singing the Blues - #OnThisDay in 1930 #SWFC beat @SunderlandAFC 7-2 at Hillsborough Goals Jack Ball 3, Harry Burgess Mark Hooper, Ellis Rimmer Charlie Wilson. United Lost 1-4 at @WestHamUtd #WAWAW What a lovely odd photo!
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    #OnThisDay Wednesday History !

    Remembering former Wednesday player Ivor Seemley - lifelong Wednesdayite (and my Football Manager when I was a lad) who sadly died this day in 2014 - 23 appearances 1953-55 & FACup Semi Finalist #SWFC
  14. #OnThisDay in 2000 - 2 goals from Efan Ekoku as #SWFC defeated @SUFC_tweets 2-1 in the Worthington Cup Att 32,283 #Vanquished #OlderBiggerBetter
  15. Minding my own business - Blunt in my building sends me this - delete if its been posted B4 - I'm in London
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