Three of our writers remember Sheffield Wednesday at Wembley four years on
Four years ago today a hoard of Sheffield Wednesday fans descended on Wembley Stadium in London full of hope and excited at the possibility of a return to the Premier League, but it wasn’t to be...
By Joe Crann
Thursday, 28th May 2020, 7:50 pm
On the fourth anniversary of that Play-Off final defeat to Hull City, our Star panel of Owls writer, Joe Crann, as well as fellow Wednesdayites and football journalists, Liam Hoden and Liam Norcliffe, to reflect back on a bumper day in the capital and discuss their memories of the afternoon, including what went wrong and how the defeat set the club up for the years that followed.
Now, four years on, Wednesday have had three different managers, a lot of comings and goings on the player front, and are 15th in the Championship. Is there any chance of a return to Wembley in the not-so-distant future for Garry Monk and his Wednesday troops?
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