ITV Yorkshire Sports Reporter and Presenter Chris Dawkes explains how meeting Milan Mandaric showed him why he is loved by the fansRead the full story ›
Atdhe Nuhiu bagged his fourth goal in three games against Middlesbrough to help Sheffield Wednesday to a 2-0 Sky Bet Championship victory at Hillsborough.
The Austrian striker, who scored twice at the Riverside earlier in the season and the winner in the home game against Boro last year, converted a 52nd-minute penalty to open the scoring.
On-loan Manchester United striker Will Keane headed in the second three minutes later to seal the points and inflict a second defeat in three games on Wednesday's high-flying opponents.
Derby climbed top of the Championship after twice hitting back from behind to beat 10-man Sheffield Wednesday 3-2 at IPro StadiumRead the full story ›
Championship side Sheffield Wednesday have completed the signing of defender Marnick Vermijl from Man United for an undisclosed fee.
The 23 year-old former Belgium under-21 international joined United's youth academy from Standard Liege in 2010, but made just two competitive appearances for the Red Devils in the League Cup.
Sheffield Wednesday have announced a club takeover by the Thai Union Frozen Group.
The South Yorkshire club announced the Thai company have bought 100 per cent of the club's shares from previous owner Milan Mandaric's company UKFI Limited for an as yet undisclosed sum, reported to be around £30million.
Wednesday fans joined in a chorus of "There's Only One Johnny Eales" on Monday to inspire a life-long fan with deteriorating health.Read the full story ›
Sheffield Wednesday striker Gary Madine, 23, was jailed for 18 months at Leeds Crown Court today after he was found guilty of punching two men in separate nightclub attacks.
Shortly before 1pm today Gloucestershire Police arrested a 21-year-old man from Cheltenham on suspicion of... http://t.co/vFvM1xxe
We have arrested a 21-year-old man in connection to the incident at the Leeds v Sheffield Wednesday on behalf of South Yorks Police.
Sheffield Wednesday Chris Kirkland has told the Sun newspaper that "the thug who attacked me must be jailed for years."
The former England goalkeeper, 31, was hit in the face by a pitch intruder after Leeds had equalised in the 1-1 draw at Hillsborough.
He told the Sun: “It has to be years in jail, not months.
“People must be punished by the courts for this behaviour - and the football authorities must take firm action too.”
A hooligan who ran on to the pitch and assaulted a goalkeeper during a Championship football match has been identified by police.Read the full story ›