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ANDY

Sheffield Wednesday Chairman
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    Sheffield Wednesday Manager
  • Birthday 18/12/1964

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  1. Championship refs aren't assessed after each game. basically this gives the carte blanche to be as inept as SYP/SAG etc
  2. I park on wardsend rd north but you may need to get there early its half double yellow half clear about a 10 minute walk to kop entrances
  3. It's closed from Napoleons looking at that which way will non match north bound traffic take ?
  4. Looking at the map, the restriction is way before Herries Rd. I thought the detour was up Herries Rd
  5. Kieren, who has developed his reputation on the pitch, brings his playing experience from the Premier League, Championship and at International level to the board of Cheadle Town and will be helping to drive the club to its next phase of development. Our vision to reach the national league is no secret and so Chairman Craig Brennan has set out to build a high performing board to drive the club strategy forward. Cheadle Town FC’s off the pitch performance is just as important as what the club achieves on the pitch. The club’s board already includes an operations director, a lawyer, a serial entrepreneur and now a successful professional athlete, that coupled with an amazing team of staff, players and volunteers means the club is well-placed to achieve its goals. Keiren, a local lad who grew up down the road in Wythenshawe, is no stranger to non league football having played for Mossely AFC at the age of 16, when he was released from Manchester City, before joining Carlisle United. He went on to play for Coventry, Sunderland and Sheffield Wednesday where he still plies his trade, winning a place in the PFA team of the year in 2014-15 season. Keiren has also made 21 appearances for the Republic of Ireland. Keiren said, “Non-league football is something I have always followed, having played non-league myself very early I my career and also having lots of friends who play non league football means I’m always checking results and interested in what’s happening. When Craig explained his vision for the club and how he wanted to create a professional football club whilst keeping the community ethos, it really interested me and I know my experience, knowledge and network will add plenty of value. The club is delighted to welcome Keiren to the club and Chairman Craig Brennan said “Keiren has had a brilliant career as a professional footballer and his level of achievement and professionalism will add so much value to the club, Keiren has plenty of ideas and will no doubt want to start seeing these implemented. Keiren is sharp and doesn’t like things done half-heartedly, exactly the sort of person we want involved in Cheadle Town FC!” Welcome the club Keiren!!
  6. Be aware that if you intended to park up near the new Walton club the land opposite is where the Hull Fair is set up.
  7. Well, it was full of wednesday , cheap beer, decent food
  8. Last season i went in The New Walton club 243 Walton St, Hull HU3 6JR £1 entry
  9. Does John Hemmingham know they're using the term "superfan" on someone other than him ?
  10. At Hudds both sets of fans were in same stand. Exiting at the same time funnelling together on the car park/road i didnt see any trouble sag would have had a reyt hissy fit.
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