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Owls v Lincoln

Peacock-Farrell, Hunt, Palmer, Iorfa, Johnson, Brown, Dele-Bashiru, Bannan, Adeniran, Berahino, Gregory. Subs. Wildsmith, Dunkley, Corbeanu, Wing, Shodipo, Paterson, Kamberi      

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Owls at Cambridge

Peacock-Farrel, Hunt, Iorfa, Dunkley, Palmer, Dele-Bashiru, Bannan, Wing, Johnson Paterson, Gregory. Subs: Wildsmith, Brown, Adeniran, Corbeanu, Shidipo, Berahino, Kamberi.

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Owls at Wimbledon

Wildsmith, Hunt, Iorfa, Dunkley, Palmer, Dele-Bashiru, Bannan, Wing, Brown, Paterson, Gregory. Subs: Peacock-Farrell, Johnson, Corbeanu, Shidipo, Sow, Berahino, Kamberi.

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Owls v Bolton

Wildsmith, Palmer, Hutchinson, Iorfa, Gibson,  Hunt, Brown, Bannan, Berahino, Paterson, Gregory. Subs. Render, Dunkley, Kamberi, Wing, Adeniran, Corbeanu, Shidipo.

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‘We’ll turn this club around’ says Moore

Darren Moore says he will turn things around at Hillsborough and get Wednesday moving in the right direction, despite more boos from the fans after another disappointing display in today’s 1-1 home draw with Lincoln. We were second best in the first half, had a dominant 10-minute spell in the second 45 after taking the […]

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Owls held again after punchless home display

Wednesday took a point but little else from another hugely disappointing 90 minutes against Lincoln at Hillsborough this afternoon. We grabbed a surprise lead 10 minutes into the second half, Fisayo Dele-Bashiru forcing a diving save from keeper Josh Griffiths and Dennis Adeniran drilling home the rebound from a tight angle. Wednesday took control for […]

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Boss calls for Owls to turn chances into goals

Darren Moore has again called for Wednesday to be more clinical in front of goal when we take on Lincoln City at Hillsborough tomorrow. A run of one defeat in seven games has kept us only two points from the play-offs in ninth place but the sequence includes four draws. Moore said  today he believes […]

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Trip to Pompey live on Sky

Our midweek division one trip to Portsmouth has been moved back a day, to Wednesday December 8, and will now be screened live on Sky Sports. The Fratton Park clash will kick off at 7.45pm.  

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FA Cup tie live on TV

Our FA Cup first round tie at home to Plymouth will be screened live on ITV The match has been scheduled for Sunday November 7, kick off 12.15pm, and ticket details will be released in the near future.

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‘Let’s keep building after late equaliser’

Darren Moore is looking for Wednesday to build on last night’s late fightback at Cambridge when we take on Lincoln at Hillsborough on Saturday. Fisayo Dele-Bashiru’s 80th minute equaliser, his first goal in senior football, secured a 1-1 draw while Liam Palmer almost clinched an unlikely winner when his header was spectacularly saved by home […]

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Dele-Bashiru rescues point for Owls

A late goal from Fisayo Dele-Bashiru rescued Wednesday a point in a 1-1 draw at Cambridge this evening. It was another largely uninspiring display from the Owls after falling behind in the 20th minute to George Williams’ flicked header at the near post. Our only real threat of the first half came when Dele-Bashiru’s shot […]

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Midfielder available after injury

Dennis Adeniran is expected to be available for tomorrow evening’s trip to Cambridge. The midfielder missed Saturday’s draw at Wimbledon with a muscle injury but manager Darren Moore says he believes Adeniran will be fit, if selected, for the Abbey Stadium clash. Wednesday go into the game on the fringe of the play-off places on […]

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Owls to face league leaders in FA Cup first round

Wednesday have been drawn at home to division one leaders Plymouth in the FA Cup first round. The tie, to be played between November 5-8, will see a return to Hillsborough for our former striker, Ryan Lowe, who is now in charge at Argyle. We have already played Plymouth this season, losing 3-0 on our […]

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‘We failed to show that ruthless mentality’

Darren Moore was left frustrated and hugely disappointed after seeing Wednesday dominate  Wimbledon for three-quarters of the game today, only to throw away a two-goal lead in the remaining minutes. The Owls boss said: “We just threw two points away. We should win the game, end of. “For about an hour, probably 70 minutes, I was […]

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