Owls news: New Year's Day Sheffield Wednesday headlines

Carlos Carvalhal
Carlos Carvalhal

For the first time in 2016, here's a run down of the latest news from Hillsborough.

Carlos Carvalhal quoted the example of Tom Lees’ current injury as to why giving players time out of the starting XI is a positive move. MORE HERE

Regardless of whether or not you agree with Carvalhal’s selection policy, the Owls boss is confident his methods have helped set his side up well for the second half of the season, as they look to push into the top six. FULL STORY HERE

Sam Hutchinson insists he does not worry about injuries despite his past problems. MORE HERE

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You won’t hear Jeremy Helan complaining over Carlos Carvalhal’s squad rotation policy at Hillsborough. The Frenchman returned to the starting line-up in Monday’s loss at Middlesbrough, having not been included in the eleven since the draw away to Blackburn Rovers at the end of November. READ MORE

Dom Howson column: Five things Owls must do to kick on in 2016. READ THEM HERE

New Year's Day 1990 - Sheffield Wednesday's David Hirst drinks eight glasses of champagne, scores against Manchester City, ends up in goal and keeps a clean sheet...with a broken finger. READ ABOUT IT HERE

Alan Biggs: No one should be surprised if buoyant Sheffield Wednesday continue with this rate of progress. READ BIGGSY'S COLUMN HERE