Author Archives: London Owls


London Owls

This user hasn't shared any profile information

It’s official … that Semedo … you know … he’s magic!

Posted on in News | 0 comments

Jose Semedo is this season’s London Owls Player of the Year. The hard-working midfielder is rewarded for an outstanding campaign and we will present him with his trophy before the final game of the season at home to Wycombe.

Jones: Our magnificent supporters gave players a great lift

Posted on in News | 0 comments
Dave Jones

Dave Jones was full of praise for the Wednesday fans after Saturday’s last-gasp win over Carlisle. Michail Antonio’s 95th minute winner sparked joyous celebrations around three sides of Hillsborough and Jones said: “I thought our supporters were absolutely magnificent today. The atmosphere they created was incredible, especially in those last six minutes of added time. […]

Antonio hits injury time winner as Owls keep up promotion bid

Posted on in News | 0 comments

Michail Antonio sent Hillsborough wild and kept up Wednesday’s hopes of automatic promotion with an injury time winner at home to Carlisle on Saturday. With Sheff U losing at MK Dons, we looked to have thrown away a great opportunity to close the gap on our rivals, before Antonio cut in from the left at the […]

Lowe and Treacy ready for action as Wednesday tackle Carlisle

Posted on in News | 0 comments

Ryan Lowe and Keith Treacy are both fit to return to the squad for Wednesday’s home clash with Carlisle on Saturday. Lowe missed the draw at Colchester with a groin injury while Treacy was sidelined through illness. Now Dave Jones could be tempted to give wideman Treacy a place in the starting line-up, with either […]

Jones: The fight goes on for that automatic promotion place

Posted on in News | 0 comments
Dave Jones

Dave Jones has vowed that Wednesday will battle on for the second automatic promotion spot . . . despite falling four points behind Sheff U with just three games remaining. After seeing the Owls drop two points in a 1-1 draw at Colchester, Jones said: “There’s still a long way to go. We have to […]

Automatic promotion hopes receive major blow at Colchester

Posted on in News | 0 comments

Wednesday’s hopes of automatic promotion received a big setback after we could only draw 1-1 at Colchester on Saturday. With Sheff U winning 3-1 at home to ten-man Leyton Orient, we are four points behind them, with both of us having just three games remaining. Our city rivals have a superior goal difference and now need a […]

April Newsletter – Player of the Year Contenders, Saturday Meet Up

Posted on in Newsletter | 0 comments

London Owls – April Newsletter Dear Fellow Wednesdayites, Please find attached your April newsletter including a run down of the Player of the Year Contenders, details for Saturday’s pre-Colchester meet-up and some (hopefully unecessary) dates for your diary. London Owls – April Newsletter UTO! Matt

Beevers in starting line-up as Owls take on Colchester

Posted on in News | 0 comments

Mark Beevers gets a place in the starting line-up for today’s trip to Colchester in an otherwise unchanged Owls team. Beevers replaces Julian Bennett at left back with Bennett dropping out of the squad. Ryan Lowe are Rob Jones both out of the squad and Keith Treacy is reported to be ill. Full line-up: Bywater; Buxton, […]

Defensive poser for Jones as skipper eyes return to action

Posted on in News | 0 comments

Dave Jones has to decide whether to recall skipper Rob Jones for Wednesday’s trip to Colchester on Saturday. Jones has missed the last two games through suspension, and the Owls have won both matches – with Miguel Llera and Danny Batth striking up a good partnership in the centre of our defence. Reda Johnson is […]

Get well soon, Trevor . . . from the London Owls

Posted on in News | 0 comments

The London Owls send best wishes for a speedy recovery to former Wednesday boss Trevor Francis, who has suffered a heart attack. He was taken to hospital in Birmingham on Friday after suffering severe chest pains, which turned out to be a heart attack. Trevor played for us under Ron Atkinson in the early nineties […]