All posts tagged with: Keiron Westwood

Championship Season Preview: 2017-18

Though Newcastle United won the Championship title last season, one might say that Brighton and Huddersfield won the hearts of the neutrals. The duo ended 34 and 45 year top flight exiles respectively, the former with three games to spare, the latter via a Wembley shoot-out. Who will make history this year? Here’s our predictions.… Read more →

Sheffield Wednesday Season Preview: exciting football

Since winning promotion to the Championship, the Owls had not exactly taken the division by storm, playing uninspiring football in the bottom half of the table. Until last season, that was. Seemingly out of nothing, new head coach Carlos Carvalhal built an exciting, vibrant team playing arguably better football than anyone else in the league. Are Sheffield Wednesday on their… Read more →

Four in a row for Bruce

In a league as competitive as the Championship, it is not easy to win one promotion, let alone four in a row. That is what Steve Bruce has achieved, after his Hull City side won 1-0 against Sheffield Wednesday in the play-off final, thanks to Mohamed Diame’s stunning strike. Although his team had finish higher… Read more →

Slick Owls defeat defensive Seagulls

Sheffield Wednesday had finished their league season in poor form but if they or their fans were nervous about their play-off semi-final with Brighton, it did not show. A rocking Hillsborough saw the Owls produce a fine performance of slick, attacking football to secure a 2-0 win over their toothless south-coast visitors. The decision to… Read more →

Sheffield Wednesday Season Preview

The Football Lab interviewed the editor of Sheffield Wednesday blog War of the Monster Truck, which you can find on Twitter @SheffWedWOTMT The big news for Sheffield Wednesday this summer is that manager Stuart Gray has been sacked. Was this the right decision? I think he ought to have been given a chance with some better players.… Read more →

Championship Preview: Gameweek 40

In the Championship, West London pride belongs to Brentford, who could cap off a fine season with an away win at rivals Fulham. Another derby comes in Yorkshire, as Sheffield Wednesday look to continue their impressive run against Huddersfield, who are without a win in 6. Fulham v Brentford Whatever happens in the next month… Read more →