Sheffield Wednesday news RECAP: Monk a favourite for Championship job | Points deduction latest
There’s still plenty of fall-out from Friday’s points deduction with talks of legal action and appeals.
We’ll bring you all the latest here on our live blog as well as the transfer news and rumours doing the rounds.
Sheffield Wednesday news LIVE: Points deduction latest and transfer news
Last updated: Wednesday, 05 August, 2020, 14:16
- A leading sports lawyer has answered your questions on the points deduction
- Wembley glory for ex-Owls trio
- The inside track on the latest Wednesday-linked youngster
Monk among favourites for Cherries top job
Sheffield Wednesday boss Garry Monk has emerged as a surprise favourite for the manger’s job at Bournemouth.
The 41-year-old is a 5/2 second-favourite for the Cherries job after Eddie Howe ended an eight-year spell as their chief last week.
The inside track on exciting Owls target..
Wembley glory for former Wednesday trio
See the game last night? Bad eh..
But that Joe Bryan double secured a Premier League berth for Fulham, up through the playoffs for the second time in three years with a 2-0 win over Brentford.
Three former Sheffield Wednesday figures had cause to celebrate. Long-time Chelsea centre-half and 2018/19 Owls player of the year Michael Hector was excellent at the heart of the Cottagers’ operation while Josh Onomah also played a vital role in midfield.
There will always be a special place in a Wednesdayites’ heart for former manager Stuart Gray, whose role as Scott Parker’s assistant should not be understated.
Congratulations to Fulham.
Today’s Championship rumours
Ex-Sheffield Wednesday ace eyed by Europa League outfit, Ex-Nottingham Forest striker seals shock transfer - Championship gossip
The 2020/21 Championship campaign is just over a month away, and Sheffield Wednesday are upping their efforts behind the scenes to prepare for the new season, as they look to take on the huge challenge of overcoming a 12-point deduction.
In The Star this morning
Charlton Athletic say that ‘at least’ eight Championship clubs have indicated they would support the Addicks in legal action designed to relegate Sheffield Wednesday after an independent commission ruled that they would start next season on minus 12 points.
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