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  1. 1- Peacock-Farrell 2- Liam Palmer 3- Jaden Brown 4- Sam Hutchinson 5- Dom Iorfa 6- Massimo Luongo 7- Olamide Shodipo 8- Lewis Wing 9- Josh Windass 10- Barry Bannan 11- Andre Green 12- Joe Wildsmith 14- Callum Paterson 16- George Byers 17- Korede Adedoyin 18- Denis Adeniran 19- Charles Hagan 20- Chey Dunkley 22- Jack Hunt 23- Alex Hunt 24- Fisayo Dele-Bashiru 33- Ryan Galvin As it stands, with players I expect to be competing for the starting lineup.
  2. I think I will scream if I see Wednesday have "a few irons in the fire" one more time. In all seriousness, thanks for the work you do Dom, but maybe think of a new phrase for our transfer dealings
  3. Really love the commemorative third shirt from 17/18 (25). Disappointed I never picked one up actually.
  4. They have made an error on the website as the ticket points are clickable and editable. It resets when you refresh the page but still.
  5. Bannan not leaving. Windass could be a few weeks.
  6. Peacock-Farrell Hunt Hutchinson Dunkley Palmer Adeniran Luongo Wing Green Paterson Shodipo Bench: Dawson, Brown, Bannan, Iorfa, Waldock, Hagan, Adedoyin Iorfa comes on for the last 30 mins and is unlucky to miss out on a start (purely fitness related). Bannan similarly is not risked for a start due to his back issue. Brown is also unlucky to miss out.
  7. Two more great signings today from Darren Moore, providing us with more creative spark in attack and a solid keeper between the posts. Both are generally considered good Championship players so to get them in League One is something of a coup. It also marks the first completed signing that was first reported by Dom Howson and YorkshireLive, as well as the first completed signing that was first reported by Alan Nixon and The Sun.
  8. Not had much success in a very long time. Nearly reached the Premier League in 2015/16 but lost against Hull in the play-off final. Since then, we have only gone downhill cumulating in a relegation this season. It has now been over 20 years since we were in the top-flight. Still, we retain a relatively large and loyal fanbase with one of the best away followings in the pyramid (regularly selling out any away day). The home matchday experience is very dependant on how the team is performing. When doing well, the whole stadium seems to bounce with a buzz that makes you feel unstoppable. When we are doing poorly, the atmosphere is very sour and poisonous. Lots of fans expect a winning team and expect to be in the Premier League, so losing games in the second (or third) tier makes them very angry. We have a couple of songs that are very special to the club and fanbase, "Hi Ho Silver Lining" which rings out before every matchday (since stolen by Derby County) and "Singing the Blues" which plays after every home victory. The Steel City rivalry is fierce and the derby day atmosphere is something to behold. There's many more things I could go into, but this gives you a brief summary of the club. WAWAW (We're all Wednesday Aren't We - a common slogan/chant of the club).
  9. Mullin is with Wrexham, Baldock will sign for Derby and Sinclair is utter rubbish.
  10. Personally, I love Waterfront and it is very synonymous with the matchday experience. However, to signify a new era and hopefully the start of some upwards progression, a change in walkout music to something a bit more lively and new would be great imo. A song like 'Brianstorm' by Artic Monkeys would be great.
  11. Think we were probably on about 8k after phase one. Maybe 12k after phase two. And now maybe 16k? All just guesses though
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