Sheffield Wednesday news LIVE: Tony Pulis hails 'lion-heart' Massimo Luongo | Tier 3 decision means no fans at Hillsborough | Build-up to Stoke City

Sheffield Wednesday picked up their first point of the Tony Pulis era last night as they drew 1-1 with Swansea at the Liberty Stadium.

Thursday, 26th November 2020, 5:42 pm

We’ll have more reaction to that here on our live blog throughout the day after an encouraging performance in south Wales, as well as a look ahead to the weeknd visit of Stoke City and the team news surrounding that clash.

Sign up to our Sheffield Wednesday newsletter

The i newsletter cut through the noise

Sheffield Wednesday's Massimo Luongo in action at Swansea City last night. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Sheffield Wednesday news LIVE: More reaction to draw at Swansea

Last updated: Thursday, 26 November, 2020, 17:38

  • The Owls drew 1-1 at Swansea last night
  • Keiren Westwood came off injured early in the game

Pulis slams EFL over fixture schedule

Sheffield Wednesday boss Tony Pulis slams EFL for putting Owls at 'unfair' disadvantage

Back-to-back matches on the road have put Sheffield Wednesday at a clear and avoidable disadvantage against Stoke ahead of this weekend’s Hillsborough clash, according to Owls boss Tony Pulis.

How to watch Wednesday v Stoke

How can I watch Sheffield Wednesday v Stoke City? Who is the ref? Latest odds

Sheffield Wednesday will be hoping to build on last night’s battling 1-1 draw at Swansea City in the Sky Bet Championship when they welcome Stoke City to Hillsborough on Saturday.

TP hails ‘lion-heart’ Luongo

Tony Pulis drops 'lion heart' Massimo Luongo fitness bombshell as Owls look ahead to Stoke

The ‘lion-hearted’ attitude of Sheffield Wednesday talisman Massimo Luongo has impressed new boss Tony Pulis no end.

Wonderful memories . . . and barnets!

From Pele gracing Hillsborough to the 'Boxing Day Massacre' - 21 Sheffield Wednesday photos from every year in the 70s

The 70s was the decade of flares, sideburns and three-day working weeks and also a period of fluctuating fortunes for Sheffield Wednesday.

Owls set to play in front of crowds again . . . but not at S6

Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday fans face wait to watch their sides after tiers announcement

Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday supporters will have a further wait to watch their sides in action following the latest Government announcement on Covid-19 tiers today.

Heroes and villains from a night in South Wales

A pesky groin, the training ground and Ayew – Heroes and Villains as Wednesday get their first point under Tony Pulis

Given the fact that Sheffield Wednesday are 23rd in the Championship and Swansea were fourth, most fans would probably have taken a draw at the Liberty Stadium…

Pulis on Swansea star’s impact on Owls players

Tony Pulis on the psychological impact Swansea City star André Ayew had on his Sheffield Wednesday players

Sheffield Wednesday manager Tony Pulis has spoken about the psychological impact Swansea City striker André Ayew had on his players in the 1-1 draw at the Liberty Stadium last night.

Musa rubbishes Hillsborough transfer talk

Sheffield Wednesday-linked £25m striker rubbishes Hillsborough transfer talk

A reported Sheffield Wednesday transfer target has rubbished reports he is on his way to the Hillsborough club.

Myhill turns down coaching role

Sheffield Wednesday dealt blow as former Premier League keeper turns down coaching role

Sheffield Wednesday boss Tony Pulis has been dealt a blow in the moulding of his coaching department after former Premier League goalkeeper Boaz Myhill turned down the chance to join the Owls, according to reports.

Keiren has just come back to play, he’s had two full games in a few days and that might be a bit of my fault, playing two games in such a short space of time like that.

 

 

Tony Pulis

More from Pulis on Westwood HERE

Page 0 of 2