Sheffield Wednesday’s preparations for the season are ramping up just a few days out from the players’ return to Middlewood Road for preseason training.
Let’s take a look at the latest headlines brought to you by The Star..
Unpaid wages WILL cost Wednesday
..that’s the opinion of former Owl and renowned pundit David Prutton who spoke to The Star about where Wednesday stand in the transfer stakes.
Players could be put off by the headlines they’ve been making this summer, he believes.. Read more HERE.
O, he’s off to Preston?
Many Sheffield Wednesday fans have already started coming to terms with the fact that talented young defender Osaze Urhoghide will be on the move, however it remains to be seen exactly where he will end up.
We’ve followed Urhoghide’s future closely in recent months and it seems Preston North End are a possible next venue. Read more HERE.
Who’s worth what?
The transfer market is all over the place at current, given the financial plight football finds itself in.
And what are Wednesday’s players worth? German football site Transfermarkt ranked the Owls’ top ten most valuable players. Have a look HERE.
Double swoop for Owls ladies
The Star brought you exclusive news of Sheffield Wednesday Ladies’ new management switch this week, and they’ve wasted no time in making headway, bringing in TWO new signings.
One of them has been tempted across the Steel City from them at the Lane. Read more HERE.
Bully in the dentists’ chair?
..not quite, but with England’s monster clash with Scotland taking place this evening, we dug back into the archives to regale the story of how Wednesday icon Lee Bullen was almost directly involved in the night that inspired one of the greatest goal celebrations of all-time.
It’s a great wee tale. Read it HERE.
Joe’s column – there’s work to be done
Our man Joe Crann penned this week’s Wednesday column and made the point that while the season ticket price drop is a smooth move by the club, there’s still so much to be done ahead of the season.
They’re running out of time. Read it HERE.
Rice and easy?
Isaac Rice, one of the raft of talented youngsters included on Wednesday’s release list, is impressing on trial up in Scotland.
He could find himself straight in at another club. Read where HERE.