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Championship Fixtures 2006/2007

Wednesdayites can start marking their diaries tomorrow as the Football League release the Fixture List for the 2006/2007 Championship season.

It's nearly seven weeks since the Owls beat Derby County 2-0 at Pride Park on the final day of the 2005/2006 season, but already fans can start looking forward to the new season with the release of the fixtures tomorrow morning.

Key meetings Wednesdayites will be looking out for are the Yorkshire derbies with Leeds United and Barnsley, and the clashes with the three relegated Premiership sides - Sunderland, Birmingham City and West Bromich Albion.

This season's Football League season will kick-off on Saturday 5th August 2006 - two weeks ahead of the Premiership campaign for the first time ever.

All the key meetings will be available to view on Vital Sheffield Wednesday as soon as they are released - so stay tuned!




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 21 2006

Time: 8:59PM

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Let's look in my crystal ball - Barnsley away, first game.
Auckland Owl
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21/06/2006 21:32:00

well someone in the know at argyle think its us that has barnsley away 1st game so we will soon see
green giant 12
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21/06/2006 21:39:00

What about us - your other Yorkshire rivals or do you not care about us nowadays since you can't beat us. How is "Hullsbrough" 4-2, 4-2...Maulled by the Tigers !!
mdjw_41
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21/06/2006 22:09:00

And you were a whole... oooh... ZERO points ahead of us at the end of the season. I can't believe you're getting so worked up: for the record (though I don't have to justify what I say to a Tiger) my reasons are this: it's good for the telly, a Yorkshire derby featuring a team coming up and a team already there but not great, chance of an 'upset', big crowd. Whereas if we play you, it's just two lower table teams having their usual lower table game, nowt special. Get it? Got a manager yet?
Auckland Owl
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21/06/2006 22:19:00

Hull is not really a big game for us. You're only a smalltime club with no manager!
spirtySWFC
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21/06/2006 22:43:00

I was hardly getting worked up - only having a joke! It doesn't maatter we don't have a manager at the moment when we are about to appoint one of the brightest up and coming ones in the game in Phil Parkinson.
mdjw_41
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22/06/2006 07:21:00

Hull !! Whos the most surported club in Yorkshire Errrr.UP THE OWLS
whites11
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22/06/2006 12:51:00

POINTS WINS PRIZES, NOT FANS
zipadeedoodah
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26/06/2006 17:33:00

 

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