Our latest Sheffield Wednesday podcast episode – talking Middlesbrough misery, a crazy campaign and Garry Monk's future

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One more frustrating defeat to sum up an entire season for Sheffield Wednesday - a campaign that no one associated with the club will be sad to see the back of.

Packing off the 2019/20 into the deepest darkest history books, The Star's Owls writers Joe Crann and Alex Miller join Liam Hoden in the latest episode of our Wednesday podcast to reflect on final day disappointment and look back on one of the craziest campaigns in living memory.

They also go in-depth on boss Garry Monk and offer their thoughts on whether he is the man to lead the rebuild of the club he himself has mapped out.

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There is a refreshing absence of talk of EFL charges - because who the hell knows what is happening with that and it's best not to add worry to malaise.

To listen to the latest episode ‘Good Riddance’ or past episodes, click on one of the links below.


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Or search ‘The Star Owls’ wherever you get your podcasts.

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For our next episode, we want to hear your questions, thoughts, rants or anything really on the 2019/20 season or the future for Sheffield Wednesday.

We’d love for you to leave us a voice message that we can include in the episode. You can do that by clicking on this link HERE.

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Or you can send us a message on Twitter via @TheStarOwls or via our dedicated Wednesday Facebook page.

Our you can email [email protected] with ‘Owls pod’ in the subject line.

We look forward to hearing from you.


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