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Guylain Ndumbu-Nsungu interview: Sungu’s silver lining – The everlasting intro for ex-Owls striker

 

In some of the most desolate times for a famous old club, Guylain Ndumbu-Nsungu was one who offered flashes of hope and excitement to Sheffield Wednesday supporters. Over 12 years since he departed Hillsborough, much has changed for both the Congolese former frontman and his first English club, but there are unmistakably blue and white echoes of the Steel City still safe in his thoughts. Read more →

Atdhe Nuhiu interview: Until the track runs out – The highs, the hurt and the heart of Owls frontman

 

In his first two years in England, Sheffield Wednesday striker Atdhe Nuhiu has displayed the kind of on-pitch spirit that garners respect from his supporters and the personal characteristics to endear him to many, but there has been much more than just footballing development to take in for the towering Austrian since his arrival. Read more →

Steve Howard interview: The target man who had the tracks to the top

Photo: Will Johnston / courtesy of Leicester Mercury

Photo: Will Johnston / courtesy of Leicester Mercury

 

Former striker Steve Howard enjoyed multiple promotions in his career but winning the Championship play-offs with Derby County in 2007 took him to the big time, and it wasn’t just the goals that the ex-Leicester City and Luton Town favourite was responsible for that season. Read more →

Chris Waddle interview: When the stars shone in blue and white – The chords sealed in time for Owls icon

 

In terms of the greatest to ever wear the Sheffield Wednesday shirt, Chris Waddle is the leading choice for many who were blessed with his sparkling play, and the former England winger uncovers the soundtrack to a time when Owls fans very nearly had to dream no more. Read more →

Leroy Lita interview: ‘The rose that grew from concrete’ – The meaning beyond the beat for Reds striker

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Barnsley’s Leroy Lita in his Swansea City days. Photo: @LeroyLita8

 

With over 100 career goals, as well as experience at English football’s highest level, Barnsley striker Leroy Lita made a success of the hand he was dealt, and music offers a gateway into his persona, as well as revealing one source of inspiration in particular. Read more →