Some articles on sheffield wednesday, wednesday, sheffield:
... Harkes moved to Sheffield Wednesday of the English Football League in 1990. 1948-49) to play at Wembley Stadium when Sheffield Wednesday reached the 1991 League Cup final ... Division (now Football League Championship) Wednesday upset the First Division (now Premier League) side Manchester United 1-0 ...
... beat Second Division Champions elect Sheffield Wednesday 5–1 at Feethams with Mark Hooper having an exceptional match, a performance which undoubtedly influenced ... decided to change the team mid-way through the campaign and sell Mark Hooper to Sheffield Wednesday and use the money to purchase Jimmy Waugh, a defender, from Sheffield United ... Darlington directors met Sheffield Wednesday officials in York on Friday 21 January 1927 and the deal was done, with Hooper signing for Wednesday for a fee of £1,950 ...
... Sheffield Wednesday Football Club Youth Academy are the youth team of Sheffield Wednesday ... One third of Sheffield Wednesday's current senior squad are ex-Academy players ...
... Taylor was born in Sheffield and as a youth played for various works teams in the area, including Atlas Norfolk Works and Silverwood Colliery ... and he returned to the Second Division when he was transferred to Sheffield Wednesday in January 1921 ... He made his debut for Wednesday on 15 January 1921 away to Port Vale and remained in Sheffield for four full seasons until May 1925, making a total of 128 appearances, scoring 39 goals ...
... Date Player Bought from Fee 1910 Jack Evans Cwmparc 30p 1920 Jimmy Gill Sheffield Wednesday £750 November 1920 Jimmy Blair Sheffield Wednesday £3,500 December 1953 Trevor Ford ...
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Hath a dog money? Is it possible
A cur can lend three thousand ducats? Or
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With bated breath and whispering humbleness,
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—William Shakespeare (15641616)