Threats to sue over EFL charge; 90s hero opens up; Owls fans hailed and the case for Atdhe Nuhiu: Sheffield Wednesday stories you might have missed this week
No football yet played but another busy week on the (working from home) sportsdesk for our Owls writers this week.
There were dozens of Sheffield Wednesday news stories, features and interviews and you may have missed some of it, so here’s a round-up of the best from the past seven days.
UNIQUE MONK PRESS CONFERENCE
Garry Monk had a virtual meeting with the local media, for the first time since the lockdown, this week and went over a number of interesting subjects, from new contracts to thoughts of the return of football, including the prospect of playing behind closed doors. Here’s the pick…
OWLS’ EFL SAGA CAUSES STIR AMONG CHAMPIONSHIP CLUBS
Barnsley are among the clubs that have threatened to sue the EFL if they are relegated and clubs including Sheffield Wednesday are allowed to stay in the Championship next season on minus points due to FFP breaches.
SEMEDO DAY REMEMBERED
November 17, 2012 was a day that Sheffield Wednesday’s cult hero, José Semedo, will never forget, and he still laughs about it today as he remembers walking out at the City Ground to a sea of face masks sporting his image.
MAN UTD PLAYER ON THE RADAR
Sheffield Wednesday have been linked with Manchester United starlet, James Garner, but what are their chances of landing the teen sensation? Joe Crann answers the question...
Alex Miller spoke with former Wednesday player Niclas Alexandersson about his time at Hillsborough and he had some great stories to tell.
MENTAL HEALTH AND SAM HUTCHINSON
Sam Hutchinson, has spoken about his battles with depression, and explained why he thinks he’ll never be satisfied with what he’s achieved.
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW
The EFL released a statement this week, outling the proposal for finishing the season whethere there is a return to action or not. Alex Miller explained all…
MOSES’ PRAISE FOR FOLLOWERS
Sheffield Wednesday’s Moses Odubajo has heaped praise on Owls supporters, explaining that he wants to prove his worth to fans that he calls ‘the real deal’.
THE CASE FOR ATDHE NUHIU
In his latest Owls column, Joe Crann opined that maybe the end shouldn’t be near just yet for Atdhe Nuhiu at Wednesday. Fair to say, this split opinion..