All posts tagged with: Stuart Gray

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 →

Championship Predictions: Gameweek 26

In the Championship, Chris Hughton takes charge of Brighton at the AMEX stadium for the first time, as his side face play-off contenders Brentford. Sheffield Wednesday have shown signs of addressing their poor home form after 2 wins in 3 at Hillsborough, where they now face Bolton, who were held in a disappointing draw with… Read more →

Sheffield Wednesday Season Preview

The Football Lab interviewed Sheffield Wednesday fan Malcolm Fox, ahead of the new season. You can follow him on Twitter @malcolm_fox2. Here, he discusses the difference made by boss Stuart Gray, the need for improvements at centre-back, and the signing of goalkeeper Kieran Westwood. Azerbaijani businessman Hafiz Mammadov has completed a takeover of the club.… Read more →