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Moore reflects on Huddersfield cup defeat

Darren Moore was pleased with Wednesday’s overall performance, despite losing our Carabao Cup tie on penalties to Huddersfield. Speaking after the 4-2 Hillsborough shootout defeat this afternoon, he said: “I thought it was a high level contest and both sides were spot on with their approach. We moved it well at times.” Looking ahead and […]

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Owls exit Carabao Cup after penalty shootout

Wednesday bowed out of the Carabao Cup at the first hurdle after a 4-2 penalty shootout defeat to Huddersfield at Hillsborough this afternoon. The tie finished goalless after 90 minutes and Massimo Luongo and Liam Palmer then both missed from the spot while Huddersfield converted all four of their penalties taken – including one from […]

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Kamberi misses out on debut against Huddersfield

New loan striker Florian Kamberi misses out on his debut against Huddersfield at Hillsborough today as the club failed to receive international clearance in time for the Carabao Cup tie. Full Owls line-up: Peacock-Farrell, J. Hunt, Iorfa, Hutchinson, Palmer, Adeniran, Bannan, Wing, Green, Shodipo, Paterson. Subs. Wildsmith, Brown, Dunkley, Luongo, Dele-Bashiru, Adedoyin, A. Hunt.

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Revamped Owls welcome fans back to S6 after 18 months

Wednesday play our first competitive match in front of fans at Hillsborough for almost 18 months tomorrow. Huddersfield come to S6 for our Sunday lunchtime Carabao Cup first round tie with manager Darren Moore having signed seven new players in recent weeks and more expected to be recruited in the coming weeks. Josh Windass misses […]

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Wednesday snap up new striker

Darren Moore has boosted Wednesday’s attacking options with the season-long loan signing of St Gallen’s Florian Kamberi. The Swiss-born striker began his footballing career in his home country before joining Hibs in 2018, then having a loan spell at Rangers from January 2020 until the end of that season. He returned to Switzerland, joining St […]

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Owls confirm Dawson’s season-long loan

Keeper Cameron Dawson’s season-long loan to division two Exeter City has been confirmed. Dawson was left out of the Wednesday squad for Tuesday’s friendly at Port Vale. Bailey Peacock-Farrell took the goalkeeper spot following his season-long loan signing, with Joe Wildsmith on the bench. Dawson, 26, has made 76 appearances since his S6 first team […]

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Dele-Bashiru’s late strike seals win for Owls

A fierce close-range finish by Fisayo Dele-Bashiru 10 minutes from time saw Wednesday complete our pre-season friendlies with a 2-1 win at Port Vale this evening. Korede Adedoyin’s backheel created the opening and Dele-Bashiru pounced to seal victory before Sunday’s Carabao Cup tie with Huddersfield at Hillsborough. New keeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell was called into early […]

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New pair make debuts at Port Vale

New loan signings Bailey Peacock-Farrell and Lewis Wing, pictured, both make their debuts in our final first team squad pre-season friendly at Port Vale this evening. The full Wednesday line-up is: Peacock-Farrell, J. Hunt, Hutchinson, Iorfa, Palmer, Green, Wing, Luongo, Adeniran, Shodipo, Adedoyin. Subs. Wildsmith, Dunkley, Galvin, Brown, Brennan, Dele-Bashiru, A.Hunt, Waldock, Hagan.

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Wednesday seal loan signing deals

Wednesday have completed a double deal today with the arrival of keeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell and midfielder Lewis Wing on season-long loan deals. Peacock-Farrell, 24, joins from Premier League Burnley, having previously been with Leeds, and is also a Northern Ireland international. With both Joe Wildsmith and Cameron Dawson struggling for form, Peacock-Farrell will be expected […]

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Time to sign up for London Owls membership

With the Government’s green light allowing crowds to return to live sporting events, the London Owls can finally start planning our return to Hillsborough after almost 18 months away. And, despite the prospect of League One football again after last season’s woeful campaign, we can hopefully at least get back to some type of normality […]

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