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SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY FC - THE OFFICIAL HISTORY
To mark Sheffield Wednesday's 150th anniversary, club historian Jason Dickinson has painstakingly researched and written a comprehensive history of this venerable old club, one that every self-respecting Wednesday fan will want to read.

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Owls: Sheffield Wednesday Through the Modern Era

 

Bad football. Boardroom unrest. Financial turmoil. Long-suffering fans. 

 

Owls: Sheffield Wednesday Through the Modern Era is the story of a football club struggling to find its way in an ever-changing game. Almost two decades on from dropping out of the Premier League, and over 25 years after the horrors of the Hillsborough disaster, author Tom Whitworth combines revealing interviews from key players, managers and board members with challenging new insight and perspective, to piece together a compelling account of Wednesday's recent, often turbulent, history.

 

From the almost-glory days of the early 1990s and the team of Chris Waddle, John Sheridan and David Hirst; to Paolo Di Canio's pushing over of a referee, terrible transfer dealings, relegations and a life in the lower league wilderness.

 

That is followed by League One play-off success, moves by the club to sue its own fans, winding-up orders and High Court appearances; before club-saving takeovers followed by a well-funded, entertaining and long-awaited revival which at last has given the club's fans something to smile about.

 

Owls: Sheffield Wednesday Through the Modern Era

 

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No Bull: The Lee Bullen Story

Lee Bullen has lived and played football around the world. He worked his passage, often doing other work, and only made the game his sole living late in his career. That fulfilled the dream that had led a young Lee to say a tearful farewell to his family in Scotland and fly to Australia.

 

What started as a fleeting adventure led to him playing in Hong Kong and Greece before finally making the grade in England, which had long been his ambition.

 

Bullen had his fair share of heartbreaks along the way especially losing in the Scottish Cup Final with Dunfirmline Athletic but all of those were wiped away when he led Sheffield Wednesday to promotion in front of more than 40,000 of their fans at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.

 

Following his playing career, Lee moved into coaching, initially as assistant coach with Falkirk. He's now back at Sheffield Wednesday

 

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