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Pulis: We played really well in first half

Tony Pulis was particularly encouraged by Wednesday’s first-half display as we took a point from Swansea on Wednesday evening. After seeing his side earn a 1-1 draw in South Wales, Pulis said: “I thought we played really well in the first half. After the first 10 minutes of Swansea possession I thought we played into […]

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First point for Pulis after added time drama

Wednesday survived a disallowed Swansea goal in added time to take the first point of Tony Pulis’ managerial reign  in a 1-1 draw at the Liberty Stadium tonight. After looking the better side in the first half and taking the lead through Adam Reach’s first goal of the season, it was Swansea who dominated the […]

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Windass ban is further blow to Pulis’ selection plans

Tony Pulis faces a further selection problem for our trip to Swansea on Wednesday. The red card for Josh Windass at Preston on Saturday means he will miss our next three games – the midweek match at the Liberty Stadium and then home tests against Pulis’ former club Stoke on Saturday and Reading on the […]

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Former assistant boss, Maurice Setters, passes away

Maurice Setters, assistant manager to Jack Charlton at Wednesday during the late seventies and early eighties, has passed away, aged 83. The former Manchester United wing-half was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease six years ago. He spent the last two years in a residential home but became unwell recently and died yesterday at Doncaster Royal Infirmary. […]

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‘Game plan went out of window after sending off’

Tony Pulis said his game plan went out of the window as soon as Josh Windass was sent off at Preston today … just 17 minutes into the manager’s first match as Wednesday boss. Windass was sent off for a high-footed challenge and Pulis said afterwards: “There were good signs at times but when you go […]

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Windass sees red as Pulis era starts with defeat

The first game of the Tony Pulis era ended in a disappointing 1-0 defeat at Preston this afternoon. Our cause wasn’t helped by a red card for Josh Windass after just 17 minutes for a reckless and totally unnecessary high-footed challenge on Joseph Rafferty and we failed to get an effort on target in the […]

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Westwood back for Owls at Preston

As expected, Keiren Westwood returns in goal for Wednesday at Preston today after his long-term exile under previous boss, Garry Monk. Massimo Luongo is back after his knee injury for Tony Pulis’ first game in charge, while Scotland duo Liam Palmer and Callum Paterson are in the starting line-up following their international duty. Dominic Iorfa […]

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The Tony Pulis era kicks off at Deepdale …

Tony Pulis takes us to Preston tomorrow for his first game in charge of Wednesday, knowing that victory could lift the side out of the Championship bottom three. After the point at home to Millwall before the international break, we sit one off the bottom of the table on six points, three adrift of Coventry […]

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Assistant manager joins the Pulis coaching team

Tony Pulis has named Mike Trusson as his assistant manager. Trusson has worked with Pulis at several clubs and, most recently, at West Brom. As a player, Trusson made more than 400 professional appearances over a 20-year period, beginning in 1976 at Plymouth and including spells with Brighton, Rotherham, Sheff U, Gillingham and, finally, at […]

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Westwood ‘could be available to play at Preston’

Reports are indicating that Keiren Westwood could be available to play in our game at Preston on Saturday. Westwood was frozen out by former boss, Garry Monk, with Cameron Dawson and Joe Wildsmith selected as our top two keepers and Westwood left training with the under-23s. However, new manager Tony Pulis said at his press […]

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