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I was first taken by my father to Hillsborough when I was 3 years old, writes Owlsonline member, Bricat. At that age and a couple of years after, whilst I was there, few memories remain but from 5 or 6 somethings are remembered. The shorts, black with the wide white ...

After 76 days without football in its founding city, its return has edged a step closer for both Sheffield clubs. While it is now known that Wilder’s Blades will head to Villa Park to kick the Premier League season back off on June 17th, more importantly The Owls were back training ...

It’s a bit of a weird time for us all as football fans isn’t it… We should be right now either celebrating promotion, be in the midst of watching our teams in the playoffs, sat wallowing in a pit of relegation despair or hoping next season doesn’t bring some sort ...

Here we are then, for the last game of the 2017/18 season, a dead rubber against Norwich. When I started on the GWTP trail back in August, a poor start at Preston had made us all wonder if the Owls could repeat their top six finishes of the previous two ...

With Wednesday finally confirming their Championship safety, we can all kick back, relax and enjoy the penultimate home game of the season against Reading. Although this is Sheffield Wednesday we’re talking about so any (or a combination) of an injury-ravaged line-up, half asleep midfield, dreadful referee or downright boredom will ...

Ah, Easter. A time of chocolate eggs and bank holidays. Oh, and something about some sort of resurrection or other. And, of course, all Wednesdayites are hoping that the Owls can resurrect their season into something slightly less depressing following the recent victory at Leeds. For this edition of Get With ...

When I started Get With the Programme back in August, I thought it was going to be interesting to compare the pattern of seasons past with what is happening at Hillsborough these days. I was more than aware that, in the 30 years within the scope GWTP there were going ...

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