Sheffield sport fans: do you recall this?

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2013: Sheffield Wednesday prepare to say goodbye to Matty Fryatt as he finished his one-month loan period in a game at Barnsley.

2013: Sheffield United co-owner Kevin McCabe bemoans the lack of a ruthless streak in the hunt for promotion and looked forward to the impact of new boss Nigel Clough.

2012: Sheffield Wednesday boss Dave Jones is beyond frustration after his side suffered a 10th successive game without a win.

2012: Both Barnsley and Rotherham United were trying to add a forward to their strikeforce.

2012: Danny Wilson defends his team after fans’ discontent, despite a 1-0 win over 10-man Walsall.

2012: Rotherham boss Steve Evans is not upset by Daniel Nardiello’s goal celebration - cupping his ear, in his direction. “I love him” he said, despite an earlier spat.

2011: The Football Association launched an investigation into allegations that Chelsea and England captain John Terry made racist remarks towards QPR defender Anton Ferdinand during the west London derby at Loftus Road.

2007: 2007: Martin Jol was controversially sacked as manager of Tottenham while Bolton confirmed the appointment of former Sheffield Wednesday man Gary Megson as their new boss.

1998: 1998: David O’Leary was confirmed as the new manager of Leeds, replacing George Graham who had moved back to London to take charge of Tottenham.

1996: Ray Harford resigned as manager of Blackburn - 16 months after taking over from the championship-winning Kenny Dalglish - with the club bottom of the Premier League after picking up only four points in 10 winless league matches.

1989: Oldham’s Frankie Bunn set a League Cup individual scoring record when he put six goals past Scarborough in a 7-0 Boundary Park annihilation.

1983: West Ham became the first team to score 10 goals in a League Cup match, beating Bury 10-0 in a second round, second leg match.