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  1. Official Sheffield Wednesday Thread Carlos had a Dream (though it’d be nice to realise it soon…) Name: Sheffield Wednesday Nickname: The Owls Year Founded: 1867 Chariman: Dejphon Chansiri Current Manager: Carlos Carvalhal Club Captain: Glen Loovens Country: England League: Championship Media Prediction: TBC A bit of history Sheffield Wednesday Football Club is a football club in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England who play in the Championship, the second tier of the English leagues. Sheffield Wednesday are one of the oldest professional clubs in the world and the third oldest club in the English football league. "The Wednesday", as they were known until 1929, were founding members of The Football Alliance in 1889 and its first champions. They joined The Football League three years later and were also one of the founding members of the Premier League in 1992. Since joining the Football League in 1892, the club has spent most of its history in the top flight of English football but have not played at this level since being relegated in 2000. The Owls have historically been one of England's more successful clubs, and have won four League titles, three FA Cups and one League Cup. Wednesday have also competed at European level, most notably in the UEFA Cup in 1992-93 where the Owls met German club Kaiserslautern amongst others. The 2014–15 season saw Wednesday welcome a new owner, Thai businessman Dejphon Chansiri, who purchased the club from Milan Mandarić for £37.5m. Chansiri stated his aim to get Wednesday back in the Premier League by 2017, the year of the club's 150th anniversary. Along with replacing existing manager Stuart Gray with Portuguese coach Carlos Carvalhal, he invested heavily in the club's facilities and playing squad, with players such as Fernando Forestieri and Marco Matias arriving for seven-figure sums. The 2015-16 season saw Wednesday reach the Championship play-off finals with a 6th place finish where they played Hull City at Wembley Stadium. Unfortunately Hull were too strong for the Owls on the day and Hull were promoted at the Owls' expense. The 2016-17 season saw the Owls amongst the contenders for promotion and they achieved a creditable 4th placed finish. This meant the play-offs once more, this time against Yorkshire rivals’ Huddersfield Town. Two tight semis saw the chance of promotion go down to the lottery of penalties and once more the Owls missed the opportunity to play in the Premier League. Hillsborough Since 1899, Sheffield Wednesday have played home matches at Hillsborough Stadium in the north-western suburb of Owlerton, hence their nickname The Owls. Hillsborough is currently an all-seater ground with a capacity of 39,812. The Squad Goalkeepers Kieran Westwood, Joe Wildsmith, Jake Dean, Cameron Dawson Right Backs Jack Hunt, Liam Palmer Left Backs Daniel Pudil, Morgan Fox Centre Backs Tom Lees, Glen Loovens, Vincent Sasso, Sam Hutchinson, Joost Van Aken, Federico Venancio Right Midfielders and Right Wingers Marco Matias, George Boyd Left Midfielders and Left Wingers Ross Wallace, Adam Reach Central Midfielders Kieran Lee, Barry Bannan, Almen Abdi, David Jones, Jacob Butterfield, Strikers Fernando Forestieri, Lucas Joao, Atdhe Nuhiu, Gary Hooper, Steven Fletcher, Sam Winnall, Jordan Rhodes Why Sheffield Wednesday? As with a lot of teams in the championship, Wednesday are a sleeping giant who have aspirations to be back in the Premier league. With a good sized stadium and a good base of loyal fans, this is a club that should be back in the Premier League (something a lot of clubs believe). The challenge is to get them there and re-establish the Owls as a Premier League team. Enjoy managing the Owls!
  2. Hello and welcome to my career as manager of my favourite club, Sheffield Wednesday. This is my 4th career so far with FM18, having experimented at different levels to try and get a good grip on the game, and I now feel ready to attempt a long-term career. I won't be playing with any imposed rules, or looking for any overall achievement, merely doing what most folks do with FM, and that is try and take their favourite club as far as they can. I feel this is a good time to take over at Sheff Wed without it being too immersion breaking - in reality, we have had 2 failed playoff campaigns and it could easily be believed that a change was made and someone new brought in in an attempt to freshen things up and take Wednesday over that last line. My profile is set up using the recommended levels of coaching qualifications and experience to avoid any potential early-game problems with the new dynamics system. I was reluctant to do this, but as I am looking at a one-club career, I felt it was necessary to minimise the risk of getting the boot because the players decide that a random guy off the street with no experience in the game is now telling them what to do! In terms of updates, I'll probably go for a tri-annual update, with updates pencilled for Pre-Season, Christmas and End of Season. Any notable events such as finals or major matches may receive singular updates. It probably won't be a ground breaking, original, or even that interesting of a career read, but I'm going to track my progress here for personal reasons - a sort of diary of my career. If it transpires that people enjoy following and reading, then excellent! If not, I'm sure there are plenty of other career updates here that will pique your interest, and I shall beg your understanding in my own personal indulgence Sheffield Wednesday Football Club ************************************************************************************** Wednesday are one of the oldest professional clubs in England, predated by only 3 other professional outfits - Notts County (1862), Stoke City (1863) and Notts Forest (1865). Founded in 1867, the club are currently celebrating their 150th anniversary, and promotion to the Premier League this season would be all the more sweet for it. There is some history in the game, with top division finishes in the early 1900s. More recently, we won the League cup in 1991, beating Man Utd in the final. The club play at Hillsborough, a ~39,000 capacity stadium owned by the club. In real life, it is in need of some modernisation, but in terms of capacity, it is a good ground. The training and youth facilities are below what I would like, and I shall be looking to get these upgraded when possible. We start with a good squad, definitely one that should be pushing for promotion, albeit through the playoffs rather than the automatic spots. With that in mind, a top 6 finish has to be the target for the season, with a top 2 finish providing we have a bit of luck along the way. However, at the start of the game there are injuries to several key players, notably Fernando Forestieri (out for 7/8 months), Keiran Lee (our for around 2 months), and captain Glenn Loovens (out for 2/3 months). We also have some decent prospects in the youth setups, with players such as George Hirst, Cameron Dawson, Joe Wildsmith, Eyad Hammoud, Connor Kirby and Jack Lee having a decent amount of potential. I shall be looking to offload some players, with Atdhe Nuhiu and Lucas Joao being amongst the first I will be looking to get rid off. Steven Fletcher may also be moved on - Rhodes and Hooper, with prospects such as Hirst and Hammoud waiting in the wings, and Sam Winnall out on loan, should be more than enough. I also plan on operating a lone striker set up, and rotating between Rhodes, Hooper and Fletcher wouldn't allow any one player to settle and hit a run of form. The seasonal expectations are very reasonable - a top half finish in the league, 4th round of the FA Cup and 3rd Round of the League Cup. All should be achievable, although the cups do depend on the draws and whether we luck out. As I said in the opening, I'm going to be aiming for a top 6 finish and promotion, either via the playoffs or automatic promotion. Financially we are ok, but not the best. There's little left in the budgets and some balancing may be required. In terms of squad dynamics, I already have the backing of two players - Jordan Rhodes and Joost Van Aken. Unsurprisingly, a number of players actively oppose me at the start, Westwood, Bannan, Hooper and Hunt being amongst the most influential players who are currently against me. Naturally, getting off to a good start and building positive relationships is critical. First Team Expectations Finances I've opted for a 4-2-3-1 system to start with, and the effectiveness will continually be assessed as the game progresses. The current first XI will look like this: Forestieri will slot into either the AP or left-sided IF role when he returns, and Kieran Lee will rotate with Barry Bannan in the DLP role in midfield. I'll be looking to evolve the tactic over time, depending on how results go for us. The next update will come at the midway point.
  3. Official Sheffield Wednesday Thread Carlos had a Dream Name: Sheffield Wednesday Nickname: The Owls Year Founded: 1867 Chariman: Dejphon Chansiri Current Manager: Carlos Carvalhal Club Captain: Glen Loovens Country: England League: Championship Media Prediction: TBC A bit of history Sheffield Wednesday Football Club is a football club in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England who play in the Championship, the second tier of the English leagues. Sheffield Wednesday are one of the oldest professional clubs in the world and the third oldest club in the English football league. "The Wednesday", as they were known until 1929, were founding members of The Football Alliance in 1889 and its first champions. They joined The Football League three years later and were also one of the founding members of the Premier League in 1992. Since joining the Football League in 1892, the club has spent most of its history in the top flight of English football but have not played at this level since being relegated in 2000. The Owls have historically been one of England's more successful clubs, and have won four League titles, three FA Cups and one League Cup. Wednesday have also competed at European level, most notably in the UEFA Cup in 1992-93 where the Owls met German club Kaiserslautern amongst others. The 2014–15 season saw Wednesday welcome a new owner, Thai businessman Dejphon Chansiri, who purchased the club from Milan Mandarić for £37.5m. Chansiri stated his aim to get Wednesday back in the Premier League by 2017, the year of the club's 150th anniversary. Along with replacing existing manager Stuart Gray with Portuguese coach Carlos Carvalhal, he invested heavily in the club's facilities and playing squad, with players such as Fernando Forestieri and Marco Matias arriving for seven-figure sums. The 2015-16 season saw Wednesday reach the Championship play-off finals with a 6th place finish where they played Hull City at Wembley Stadium. Unfortunately Hull were too strong for the Owls on the day and Hull were promoted at the Owls' expense. Hillsborough Since 1899, Sheffield Wednesday have played home matches at Hillsborough Stadium in the north-western suburb of Owlerton, hence their nickname The Owls. Hillsborough is currently an all-seater ground with a capacity of 39,812. The Squad Goalkeepers Kieran Westwood, Joe Wildsmith, Jake Dean, Cameron Dawson Right Backs Jack Hunt, Liam Palmer Left Backs Daniel Pudil, Centre Backs Tom Lees, Glen Loovens, Vincient Sasso, Sam Hutchinson Right Midfielders and Right Wingers Marco Matias, Modou Sougou, Will Buckley (loan) Left Midfielders and Left Wingers Ross Wallace, Urby Emmanuelson, Adam Reach Central Midfielders Kieran Lee Jose Semedo, Felipe Melo, Barry Bannan, Almen Abdi, David Jones Strikers Fernando Forestieri, Lucas Joao, Atdhe Nuhiu, Gary Hooper, Steven Fletcher Why Sheffield Wednesday? As with a lot of teams in the championship, Wednesday are a sleeping giant who have aspirations to be back in the Premier league. With a good sized stadium and a good base of loyal fans, this is a club that should be back in the Premier League (something a lot of clubs believe). The challenge is to get them there and reestablish the Owls as a premier league team. Enjoy managing the Owls!
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