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  1. It wouldn't be the rightful owner though, would it? People made their point. Common sense prevailed. Which is the biggest surprise for me really. Who was this person within the club? Could be one of a kind. People have had their fun. Time to move on. I'm more focused on us avoiding the drop. Which would be more undeserving than anything in my living memory. Hey ho , fingers crossed. I'd rather our issues be addressed with Championship status than be willing our club to be relegated. I'm not so sure everyone thinks like that.
  2. They're not doing too bad today. I'd agree though. Hagan has had an injury hit season. They probably want him to get some game time and the U18's have a fixture on Saturday.
  3. Betfair Wigan Athletic U23 0-2 Sheffield Wednesday U23 43' gone
  4. NOTHERNER That was always going to be the case. Why is there three 1st year scholars on the bench though? Why no Cox or 2nd year scholars?
  5. Our U23s to face Wigan at 1pm; XI | Jackson, Dawodu, Farmer, Galvin (c), Thompson, Zottos, Waldock, Trialist, Glover, Aguas, Hagan SUBS | Al-Jahadhmy, Trueman, Kilheeney, Sesay, Bonnington What's that say about contracts??
  6. Looks like Declan Thompson has had his contract extended. Surely same scenario with Hagan and Farmer? https://www.thestar.co.uk/sport/football/sheffield-wednesday/sheffield-wednesday-defender-has-hillsborough-stay-extended-declan-thompsons-remarkable-story-continues-3226322
  7. Maybe Moore starts the process this week.
  8. More informative than most of our reporting. Basics. Swansea City Under-18s suffered a second successive defeat after going down against an in-form Sheffield Wednesday at Landore. The damage was done in the first half as Byron Anthony's side conceded three times in the opening 39 minutes of the Professional Development League contest. The young Swans fell behind to Will Trueman's long-range strike, while they were caught out by a couple of set-pieces with Alex Bonnington and Caelen Kilheeney profiting. And although Ben Lloyd reduced the arrears before the break, Jay
  9. Another win for the U18's yesterday. 4-2 at Swansea
  10. All these things are true. Has potential to become a decent footballer but thinks he’s already one. Has ability and the physical attributes but he’s greedy and lazy. I don’t think he’s a high earner so if he sorts the basics out he could have a decent career.
  11. Indeed. I'm not saying any different. Waldock, Brennan, Hunt, Shaw, Hughes, Borukov etc should have been out regularly on loan at some point in their development. You say the U18's never get a chance? What about if your a 1st year pro? Apart from Jackson and more recently Farmer, last years graduates have played very little football. I know it would have been unlikely during a pandemic but we've never done it. We should.
  12. Even for this level it's frightening how many of todays team are out of contract this summer. Also heard Bonnington played well in the last game. U18's are away at Swansea this weekend so maybe that's a factor. The U23's have two games next week on Monday and Thursday and the U18's have a game on Saturday. Surely time to play any U18's with a chance of a pro contract in the game Thursday and then play some 1st years/U16's on Saturday.
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