Sheffield Wednesday news LIVE: Joe Wildsmith on Owls goalkeeping saga | How EFL rescue package will impact Owls | Build-up to Norwich City
Welcome to another day of Sheffield Wednesday news, this one coming off the back of another encouraging display last night, if in determination rather than flair.
The Owls drew 1-1 with Reading at Hillsborough, playing most of the match with ten men after Liam Shaw’s first half red card and they rode their luck a little too, with the Royals denied a couple of strong penalty appeals.
Stay with us throughout the day for all the latest news from S6 as we delve more into that draw as well as taking a look yowards Saturday’s trip to Norwich.
Sheffield Wednesday news LIVE: Barry Bannan latest and more on draw with Reading
Last updated: Thursday, 03 December, 2020, 18:01
- The Owls drew 1-1 with Reading last night
- Barry Bannan came off injured at half time
- Liam Shaw was sent off in the first half
- Massimo Luongo will miss the match against Norwich on Saturday through suspension
What life is like as a player under Tony Pulis
"Pulis can get Owls forwards firing - he did for me,” former striker on arguments and ‘not waking the lion’
Striding off the Stoke City training ground one cold afternoon, Tony Pulis called over one of his main men for what most of those present assumed would be a famous dressing-down.
Owls set for multi-million pound windfall?
The Premier League and EFL have drawn up a £200m plan to support Championship clubs rocked financially by the nature of the coronavirus pandemic.
Wildsmith on being thrust back into first team action
It seems to be an ever-developing saga, goalkeeping at Sheffield Wednesday.
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Pulis opens up on Shaw sending off
Tony Pulis will handle the red card shown to Liam Shaw delicately after the young midfielder was sent off for what the Sheffield Wednesday boss described as a ‘reckless’ challenge in their 1-1 draw with Reading.
EFL and Premier League rescue package agreed
The Premier League and the EFL have agreed a rescue package to protect lower league clubs during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The EFL has revealed that a fund of £50m in the form of a grant and monitored grant payments have been agreed for League One and Two clubs and the Premier League will provide an additional financial commitment to assist it in securing a £200m loan facility for Championship clubs - including Wednesday - to utilise interest-free.
How you can watch Wednesday at leaders Norwich City
Sheffield Wednesday make the long trip to Sky Bet Championship leaders Norwich City on Saturday.
Joe Crann’s heroes and villains . . .
Depending on whether your glass is half full or half empty, Sheffield Wednesday are unbeaten in three or winless in five – either way, they’re still massively up against it.