Premier League quartet after Bury youngsters

Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool and Everton are ready to swoop for defender Jordan Bedeau, 17, and forward Callum Styles, 16, who have both broken into League One side Bury’s first team this season, according to ESPN. The pair are enjoying their first taste of consistent first team football action this campaign at Manchester based club Bury … More Premier League quartet after Bury youngsters

Josh Cullen staying with the Bantams for the season

Bradford City have announced that on-loan West Ham United midfielder Josh Cullen will remain at the club for the rest of the season. The West Ham youngster has spent the last season with the Bantams after originally joining on loan from the Hammers in February 2016. During that time Cullen has become a firm fan favourite at … More Josh Cullen staying with the Bantams for the season

Wednesday and Wolves share the spoils

Att: 30,549 Sheffield Wednesday and Wolverhampton Wanderers played out an entertaining 0-0 draw at Hillsborough. Wolves will feel like they should have taken all three points though, hitting the post and bar and having a clear penalty appeal turned down.  Wednesday manager Carlos Carvalhal made 5 changes coming into this match up with Wolves. Captain … More Wednesday and Wolves share the spoils

The Owls win in a heated South Yorkshire derby

It was Sheffield Wednesday who took all three points during tonight’s feisty South Yorkshire derby at Hillsborough as they ran out 2-0 winners. In front of a bumper crowd of 27,248 this match was evenly contested throughout. The Owls will be happy with their win but Barnsley will be disappointed not to have taken something … More The Owls win in a heated South Yorkshire derby

Panthers powerless to stop far superior Steelers

Known as the ‘biggest game in British ice hockey’, this fixture seriously lived up to its hugely hyped up pre-match billing as the two-time reigning champions Sheffield Steelers thrashed the Nottingham Panthers 8-1. Mathieu Roy and Colton Fretter both scored twice for the Steelers with further strikes coming from Jesse Schultz, Robert Dowd and Ben … More Panthers powerless to stop far superior Steelers

Tom Lawrence provides the fireworks for Ipswich at Hillsborough

Mick McCarthy extended his personal streak of never losing at Hillsborough as his Ipswich Town side grinded out a narrow 2-1 win over Sheffield Wednesday in an even yet largely uninspiring Championship match up. Owls manager Carlos Carvalhal was left unimpressed by his sides poor display in front of a 25,851 strong crowd against McCarthy’s … More Tom Lawrence provides the fireworks for Ipswich at Hillsborough