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A new manager, a new era.
Tony Pulis has checked in at S6 and has got down to work straight away as he looks to guide Sheffield Wednesday away from the Sky Bet Championship drop zone.The 62-year-old former Stoke City, Crystal Palace, West Bromwich Albion and Middlesbrough boss had a busy day one in his new job, taking to the training pitch to work with the Owls first-team squad for the first time before facing the media to outline his plans for the future at Hillsborough.Now Pulis will be setting his sights on this weekend’s trip to Preston North End and we’ll have all the latest reaction to yesterday’s press conference as well as up-to-minute developments from S6 as he looks to put together his new backroom team.Makes sure you stay with us and don’t forget to hit refresh for regular updates.
SWFC LIVE: Tony Pulis unveiled as Owls boss
Last updated: Tuesday, 17 November, 2020, 12:43
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Sheffield Wednesday have begun the process of attempting to make Keiren Westwood available for this Saturday’s match against Preston North End on Saturday.
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Tony Pulis is here and he has had his big unveiling to the Sheffield Wednesday public.