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Owls Meet Barnsley On Opening Day

The Championship fixtures for 2009/10 are announced, and Wednesday will face Barnsley at Hillsborough on the opening day of the season.

The season continues away to new boys Peterborough on August 15th and the final day clash is away to Crystal Palace on May 2nd.

It doesn't seem ten minutes since we signed off with the victory over Cardiff, and the newly released list of games really whets the appetite for the new season.

The Owls will be looking for another six points from the Steel City derby clashes on September 19th (at Bramall Lane) and April 17th (the penultimate home game of the season). Vital SWFC members are looking forward to the away day at St James' Park: the meeting with the Magpies is on August 19th, the return fixture a mouthwatering clash at Hillsborough on Boxing Day.

Bring it on!

For a comprehensive list of fixtures go to the official SWFC web site.

For the very latest Championship odds

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

The Journalist

Writer: Auckland Owl Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 17 2009

Time: 10:12AM

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Expecting 2 victories from the first two games and would like us to have 10 points from the first month.
will it ever happen
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17/06/2009 10:26:00

Newcastle at home on boxing day? The fixture computer is a wednesdayite!!
north stand owl
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17/06/2009 11:42:00

10-12 pts looks possible which would be a nice start.
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17/06/2009 11:42:00

Every game is winnable if we get a f***in' striker! C'mon Brian, we're counting on you.
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17/06/2009 12:47:00

I can see 6 easy wins out of the first 8 - only middlesboro and newcastle to worry about!!
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17/06/2009 12:52:00

Quite a tough start I think, a derby, a newly promoted team and newcastle. I can't wait, should be a massive attendance against Barnsley to get the season going.
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17/06/2009 14:49:00

newcastle away on a wednesday night, thats 5hit
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17/06/2009 17:37:00

i live in newcastle so at least ill be able to get a ticket, good news for me unlucky the rest of you. oh and bfl what on earth are you talking about? rodwell and anichebe and 3.5 mill? what a stupid thing to say you thick b*stard.
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17/06/2009 18:45:00

i think its funny how he believes every single bit of speculation he hears!!! 3.5 mill and 2 young high quality players are equal to kyle naughton-hahahahahahahahahahahaha
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17/06/2009 18:56:00

6 easy wins out of 8!! ha ha my god who do you lot think you are? deluded is an absolute understatement you set of muppets!!
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17/06/2009 21:26:00

Ah, bfl, want a word with you.. what was that crap you were spouting the other week about your lot having sold more that 20000 season tickets?
Auckland Owl
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17/06/2009 22:00:00

Hmmmm looks like BFL has gone suprisingly quiet Keith.......
US Owl
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17/06/2009 22:50:00

Ozzie, Sibon and Auckland if you go on Everton site you will see its actually pigforlife who mentions about 3.5 plus Anichebe and Rodwell, and the Everton fans laugh at him, well he is only 6 years old with a free season ticket no brain and a season of misery to look forward to.
ecco owl
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17/06/2009 22:56:00

a free season ticket that only a few weeks ago he was moaning he was going to give away and have a break from supporting them awww poor pig wonder how many of those 20000(lol) fans only wanted prem football too
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17/06/2009 23:25:00

pfl, what a clown... and part time supporter
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18/06/2009 13:27:00


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