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The derby with Sheff U at Hillsborough in March has been rescheduled for live Sky TV coverage. It will now be played on Monday, March 4, with a 7.45pm kick off – two days later than originally planned.
Former Owls boss Carlos Carvalhal was amongst those sending best wishes to new manager Steve Bruce on his appointment to the Hillsborough hotseat. He tweeted: ‘Wishing Steve Bruce all the best at @swfc. Hope he enjoys being part of the Owls family and has a successful time at this fantastic club’. Ex-Owls striker Clinton Morrison, […]
Steve Bruce will kick off his managerial career at Wednesday with a trip to Ipswich on February 2. His expected appointment was confirmed on Wednesday but he won’t be able to take up the role until February 1 due to a prior personal commitment. Steve Agnew and Stephen Clemence, his assistants at previous club Aston […]
Wednesday look poised to name Steve Bruce as our new manager. Reports following the 1-1 draw with Birmingham on New Year’s Day indicate that Bruce is likely to succeed Jos Luhukay as Wednesday boss in the next 24 hours. He has been the odds-on favourite to take charge since Luhukay was sacked before Christmas and […]
Lee Bullen was delighted with everything about the New Year’s Day match with Birmingham at Hillsborough … apart from the final 1-1 scoreline. Just under 30,000 fans saw Wednesday dominate the game, creating seven shots on target to one from the visitors, and caretaker boss Bullen said: “The players have given everything today in a really […]
We could count ourselves unfortunate not to take all three points after a dominant New Year’s Day performance that ended in a 1-1 home draw with Birmingham and so stretched caretaker manager Lee Bullen’s unbeaten run to four games. The point sees us remain in 16th place on 32 points, with eight of them coming […]
Westwood, Palmer, Lees, Hector, Fox, Boyd, Hutchinson, Bannan, Matias, Reach, Fletcher. Subs. Dawson, Baker, Pudil, Penney, Pelupessy, Winnall, Nuhiu.
A very Happy and Healthy New Year to all London Owls … wherever in the world you might be! And let’s hope for a better year of results on the field from our blue and white wizards, compared to many of those in 2018. Thanks for your support for the London Owls.
It’s business as usual for caretaker boss Lee Bullen as we await a further announcement from chairman Dejphon Chansiri over the vacant manager’s job. There has been no news on developments, from the club or from Mr Chansiri, since Jos Luhukay was sacked before Christmas. Steve Bruce remains favourite to take over but some reports […]
Lee Bullen hopes Adam Reach will be fit to play at home to Birmingham at Hillsborough on New Year’s Day. The midfielder limped off early in the game at West Brom on Saturday after pulling up with a hamstring injury. Caretaker boss Bullen said: “We are hoping there is no strain there. We will have […]