With another season done and dusted at Hillsborough, and this time with the smell of ‘What Could’ve Been’ in the air following the arrival of Steve Bruce, Sheffield Wednesday are hoping for more next time out.
It’s been nearly 50 years, but earlier today Sheffield Wednesday picked up their first away win over Sunderland since 1969, and it’s three points that should – and I emphasise on *should* – make sure that relegation isn’t going to be a worry for the Owls.
Terrifying. That’s what last night was. Personally, I’ve never seen a side come out of the blocks like Brighton & Hove Albion did against Sheffield Wednesday yesterday evening, and as Carlos Carvalhal said, as much as Wednesday deserved to go through, Brighton didn’t deserve to go out.
Complete domination, that’s pretty much what last night was. Statistically Sheffield Wednesday were a far better side than Brighton & Hove Albion, but also just by looking at the game itself, it was obvious who were the most dominant team. It’s worth noting that Brighton did have four injuries in the game – and I […]