Our latest Sheffield Wednesday podcast episode – talking Swansea, familiar patterns, Dominic Iorfa and Preston

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Just when you think a corner has been turned, you find yourself back to square one.

That is certainly how it felt for Sheffield Wednesday following their disappointing defeat to Swansea City.

Bemoaning a case of missed opportunities and tired legs, The Star's Wednesday reporting duo Joe Crann and Alex Miller join Liam Hoden to discuss all the latest from Hillsborough in the latest episode of our Owls podcast.

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They reflect on the defeat and what can be done to alter the trend, touch on the on-going EFL charge, what the future holds for Dominic Iorfa, and look ahead to the clash with Preston North End.

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