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After a special ceremony on the last Wednesday of September, Sheffield Wednesday on the Park named their first ever football prodigy captain

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The latest Sheffield Wednesday news, transfer rumours, team news, fixtures and more from Hillsborough. Breaking SWFC rumours & news now, 24/7. Founded in 1867 as an offshoot of a cricket club, Sheffield Wednesday are the second-oldest football clubs in England, and one of the founding members of the Premier League. Sheff Wed have spent most of their history in England's top flight, but have not played at this level since 2000. NewsNow aims to be the world's most accurate and comprehensive Sheffield Wednesday news aggregator, bringing you the latest Owls headlines from the best Wednesday sites and other key national and regional sports sources. Breaking SWFC news from each site is brought to you automatically and continuously 24/7, within around 10 minutes of publication. N.B. Relevance is automatically assessed so some headlines not qualifying as Sheffield Wednesday news might appear - please feel free to contact us regarding any persistent issues.

1992–93 was one of the most eventful seasons in the history of Sheffield Wednesday football club. They finished seventh in the Premier League and reached the finals of both the FA Cup and the League Cup, but were on the losing side to Arsenal in both games, the FA Cup final going to a replay and only settled in the last minute of extra time. This prevented the Owls from making another appearance in European competition. Still, the 1992–93 season established Sheffield Wednesday as a top club. Midfielder Chris Waddle was voted Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year, and the strike partnership of David Hirst and Mark Bright was one of the most feared in the country. Francis was unable to achieve any more success at the club, and two seasons later he was sacked. His successor was former Luton, Leicester and Tottenham manager David Pleat. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

 

 

 

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