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It's been an incredibly busy week for Sheffield Wednesday, both on and off the pitch.

A positive performance on the restart of the season against Nottingham Forest was followed by a wave of news on personnel with the departures of individuals who have made major contributions to the club in recent years.

Digesting all that in the latest episode of our Wednesday podcast are The Star's Owls reporters Joe Crann and Alex Miller who join Liam Hoden to reflect on what it all means for the concluding part of the 2019/20 season and also beyond.

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They also analyse the draw with Forest and look ahead to the trip to Bristol City.

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To listen to the latest episode ‘Goodbye Old Friends, Hello Bright Restarts’ or past episodes, click on one of the links below.


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