Sheffield Wednesday LIVE: Fernando Forestieri's future; build up to Luton Town clash; big admission from Garry Monk plus more news and opinion

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Tuesday, 11th February 2020, 5:44 pm

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What does the future hold for Fernando Forestieri?

Sheffield Wednesday LIVE - News and updates

Last updated: Tuesday, 11 February, 2020, 17:14

  • Wednesday head to Luton tomorrow
  • Monk has admitted the play-offs were probably out of reach
  • Forestieri faces race against time to save Wednesday career
  • Owls sell out allocation for Birmingham trip

Former Owl David Prutton reveals score prediction for Wednesday's vital clash with Luton Town

Find out what it is HERE

Martin Smith: Now is the time to back Garry Monk and let him turn around Wednesday's fortunes

Who Sheffield Wednesday loanee Connor Wickham is happy to be reunited with at Hillsborough

Find out HERE

Sheffield Wednesday aim to heap more misery on troubled Luton Town

Read about it HERE

Owls sell out allocation for Birmingham trip

Wednesday have revealed they have sold out their 2,800 ticket allocation for the trip to Birmingham City on Saturday, February 22.

Why Monk is right to keep faith with Dawson

Why Forestieri faces race against time to save Wednesday career

Fernando Forestieri in action for Wednesday against Millwall earlier this month.

Time is running out for Fernando Forestieri to save his Owls career, writes our Wednesday reporter Dom Howson.

More HERE

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'Now is the time to back Garry Monk'

Wednesday boss Garry Monk in the dugout at Barnsley on Saturday.

Our columnist Martin Smith says 'it might be boring and conservative' but Wednesday have to stick with Garry Monk and let him do his job.

Read Martin's column HERE.

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