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A year of progress

6 October 2014


The past year has seen the Owls make significant strides in the Championship.

With the second international break of the campaign upon us, the league table at this stage of the season, 11 games in, makes for better reading than at the same point last time out.

After 11 games into the 2013/14 season, Wednesday sat 23rd in the Sky Bet Championship with just seven points from a possible 33.

Without a victory in all competitions, only Yeovil Town had collected fewer points.

But fast forward 12 months, and the progress under head coach Stuart Gray has been vast.

LEAGUE TABLE AFTER 11 GAMES IN 2013/14

20th
Charlton Athletic
Played - 11
Points - 10
21st
Bolton Wanderers
Played - 12
Points - 9
22nd
Barnsley
Played - 12
Points - 8
23rd
Sheffield Wednesday
Played - 11
Points - 7
24th
Yeovil Town
Played - 12
Points - 6

LEAGUE TABLE AFTER 11 GAMES IN 2014/15

6th
Ipswich Town
Played - 11
Points - 19
7th
Charlton Athletic
Played - 11
Points - 19
8th
Wolverhampton Wanderers
Played - 11
Points - 19
9th
Sheffield Wednesday
Played - 11
Points - 17
10th
Brentford
Played - 11
Points - 17

At this same point in the term, the Owls have assembled ten more points and are firmly in touch with the early pacesetters.

With just two defeats to date, Wednesday are four points off table-toppers Norwich City and two points shy of Ipswich, who occupy sixth spot in the division.

The Owls’ campaign got off to a flying start with victory on the road over Brighton and their form out of base continued with wins over Middlesbrough, Birmingham and Burnley in the League Cup.

Having notched the first home win of the season against Reading last month, spirits are high in S6 and Gray’s men entered the international break with back to back draws with Ipswich and Leeds.

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