WATCH OR LISTEN: The latest episode of our podcast talking Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday

Football’s coming back! And our sports writers were signing from the rooftops as they recorded the latest episode of our podcast, Steel City Lockdown.

Friday, 5th June 2020, 2:34 pm
Updated Sunday, 14th June 2020, 10:58 pm

After all the talking, all the hypothesising and all the doubts, football is finally on its way back.

Both Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield United will be back in action inside the next three weeks.

Discussing the two clubs' progress towards the return, Owls writers Joe Crann and Alex Miller, Blades reporter James Shield and The Star's football clubs editor Chris Holt join host Liam Hoden, all in optimistic mood.

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Steel City Lockdown

The panel discussed contract issues, including a mini raft of new deals at Hillsborough, plus the big issue of season tickets and refunds.

And they put in the final pieces of the jigsaw that is the combined Owls-Blades XI from the last 30 years as they add two strikers.

To watch the video version of the podcast episode ‘Football’s Coming Back, New Contracts and Legendary Forwards’, click play above.

Or you can listen to the audio version of the latest episode, and past episodes too, via the links below. Make sure to click the subscribe button while you’re there.



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