Sheffield Wednesday news LIVE: Owls game to be postponed | Is that Liam Shaw or Zinedine Zidane?
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SWFC LIVE: Sheffield Wednesday news updates
Last updated: Tuesday, 12 January, 2021, 17:19
- New manager search goes on
- Latest transfer news
- Owls handed Everton trip in FA Cup fourth round
- Covid-19 outbreak latest ahead of Coventry on Saturday
One day, maybe...
For now at least, Andy Holdsworth’s record as a first team manager reads ‘one from one’.
Bad news for the kids
Such a pity
Bournemouth v SWFC
After Sheffield Wednesday saw off Exeter City in the FA Cup to set up a Fourth Round tie against Everton, their Championship clash with Bournemouth on January 23rd has now been postponed…
At this point in time in remains to be seen when that game will take place as the Owls look to complete a double over the Cherries, but both clubs will be eager to find a date that suits both parties as soon as possible.
SWFC’s game against Everton will take place on the weekend of the 23rd, but the details of the game have not been released yet.
Shaw or Zidane? 🤔
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Poll results: Majority of Sheffield and South Yorkshire football fans want football halted during Covid-19 crisis
A poll by The Star has found that the majority of football supporters want the professional game in England to be halted due to the Covid-19 crisis.
The wait goes on for Sheffield Wednesday when it comes to securing the futures of a number of first team players.
That’s some history . . .
TV details for Sky Blues clash
Sheffield Wednesday will be hoping to continue their mini-revival when they make the trip to the West Midlands on Saturday to take on Coventry City.