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Sheffield Wednesday FC news from Tuesday, January 23, 2018

- Sheffield Wednesday’s Jordan Thorniley has told the club website that he was delighted with his performance in his debut match. Wednesday manager Jos Luhukay did say that youth players may get a chance due to the injuries that are ravaging the first team. And he has been true to his word. Frederik Neilsen, Sean Clare and Connor O’Grady have all had aches in recent weeks and Thorniley got his d...

- Sheffield Wednesday and Leeds United have enjoyed a healthy rivalry in recent seasons with it adding an extra dimension to the Championship. Last season, in particular, we really saw the rivalry heat up between the two Yorkshire sides as they both went for the top six in the second tier. Wednesday, of course, would make it whilst Leeds just missed out but, ultimately, both remain in the Championsh...

- ?Chelsea travel to Arsenal looking to reach their first Carabao Cup final since 2015, with the first leg having ended goalless. With fading hopes in the Champions League and the Premier League almost certainly going to Manchester, the Carabao Cup represents a real chance to gain silverware in Antonio Conte's second season. Here's who the Italian could pick to face the north Londoners: ?Thibaut Cou...

- It is fair to say that injuries have plagued Sheffield Wednesday's challenge on promotion this season, with the loss of a number of key players the main reason behind the Owls' failing play-off push.   Jos Luhukay has inherited a squad that are struggling without a number of key first-team players, with Wednesday's new boss already turning to a number of the club's youngsters during his brief spe...

- It has been a testing season so far for Sheffield Wednesday, who have failed to establish themselves in the Sky Bet Championship's race for promotion, and are facing up to a period of transition under new boss, Jos Luhukay. Luhukay's appointment has helped steady the ship, with the Dutchman sealing a leaky defence, with the Owls recording a string of impressive results. Wednesday progressed throu...

- If you were to describe Jos Luhukay’s start at Sheffield Wednesday you’d say it’s been solid but unspectacular. The former Hertha Berlin man was brought in to try and get the Owls going up the table this season but, whilst defensively they have improved, they remain blunt in attack. You might argue, though, that the solution is not too far away for the Owls. If they’ve got half their game ...

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