Sheffield Wednesday LIVE: Owls star nears impressive milestone | Barry Bannan and Neil Thompson press conference
It’s press conference day and Sheffield Wednesday are back in action this weekend after their Covid-19 enforced break.
The Owls travel to take on Everton on Sunday in the FA Cup, hoping to put on a performance that builds on their recent upturn in form under interim boss Neil Thompson.
Thompson is speaking to us today in a press conference ahead of that trip to Merseyside and skipper Barry Bannan will also be offering his thoughts on what’s been happening over the course of a strange few weeks at S6.
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Sheffield Wednesday LIVE: Neil Thompson and Barry Bannan press conference
Last updated: Friday, 22 January, 2021, 18:04
- The Owls return to take on Everton on Sunday
- Barry Bannan and Neil Thompson are speaking to the media today
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That’s all folks!
Good to hear from Neil ahead of a big one this weekend.
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