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Owling

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About Owling

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    Sheffield Wednesday First Team

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    Yawnsville
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    Wednesday
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    Snooker

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  1. Adam Forshaw

    Never heard of him.
  2. Just me happy with Butterfield?

    Think I've been wooshed, " attacking midfielder", " Tom Lees version 2",.
  3. Obvious we only signed Winnall so we could sell him.
  4. TRANSFER DEADLINE DAY NEWS THREAD

    Journalists are laughing at you.
  5. Sean Clare

    Clare joins Gills on loan Just now Owls Under-23 midfielder Sean Clare has joined League 1 side Gillingham on loan. The 20-year-old will stay with the Gills until 3 January. Clare joined Wednesday from the Nike academy in August 2016. The Nike Football Academy is an English football academy funded and administered by Nike, Inc, with the intention of helping players under 20 find professional clubs. Since Clare’s breakthrough at Hillsborough, the midfielder has made fantastic strides, with regular appearances for the Owls Under-23s. During the 2015/16 campaign, Clare gained vital loan experience in the EFL when the midfield man made four appearances for League 1 side Bury. He made a further eight appearances for League 2 outfit Accrington in 2016/17, where he also struck his first professional goal in a 2-2 draw with Wycombe.
  6. PSG taking the wee wee.
  7. TRANSFER DEADLINE DAY NEWS THREAD

    Sheffield Star Sports Journalist Dom Howson confirms that Sheffield Wednesday are looking to sign at least two new players before tonight’s 11pm transfer deadline. He has revealed that a central midfield and winger are the main priorities for manager Carlos Carvalhal as he looks to boost his squad.
  8. Jordan Mutch

    Burton or Bristol.
  9. Brum trying to sign Jack Wilshire on loan
  10. He's got a pineapple on his head.
  11. Not like BTB to talk about Wednesday.
  12. I'd put 16 Chansiri flags up at a cost of one million pounds each per season.
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