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Who makes your Dream Scene? - Part Three

6 March 2017


Last week swfc.co.uk gave you suggestions for which players you may want to consider in your top ten to be included on the 'Sheffield Wednesday Dream Scene'.

Here is our final list, and now the rest is up to you.

Keep your suggestions coming by emailing website@swfc.co.uk!

Thank you to everyone who has sent in their top ten player lists so far!

David Hirst                         
1986-1997            
Apps: 358

Prolific striker, scored 128 goals for the Owls. Three full England caps at Wednesday and a League Cup winner with Wednesday in 1991.  



John Sheridan                   
1989-1996            
Apps: 244

Won 29 caps for the Republic of Ireland whilst at Hillsborough. One of the most skilful players to represent Wednesday. Scored 33 goals, including the winner in the 1991 League Cup final against Manchester United.

Roland Nilsson                 
1989-1994            
Apps: 186

The club’s greatest foreign import. Hugely popular defender who won 31 caps for Sweden at Wednesday. Fans’ favourite with Wednesday.

Chris Waddle                    
1992-1996            
Apps: 147

Crowd favourite at Hillsborough and the only Owls player to win the Football Writers Player of the Year. Outstanding dribbling and passing skills. Reached two Wembley finals with Wednesday in 1993.



Nigel Pearson                   
1987-1994            
Apps: 224

Captain during the momentous 1990/91 season, lifting the League Cup at Wednesday. Man of the Match performance in the final against Manchester United. Centre half and leader. 

John Harkes                       
1990-1993            
Apps: 118

Posted 12 caps for USA whilst with Wednesday. Won promotion from Division Two and the League Cup in 1991. Harkes was the first American to play in a major English cup final and to score in one when he netted against Arsenal in 1993. 

Mick Lyons                         
1982-1985            
Apps: 164

Combative centre half who captained the Owls to an FA Cup semi-final in 1983 and promotion from Division Two a year later. A skipper in every sense.

Paolo Di Canio                  
1997-1999            
Apps: 48

Skilful striker and one of the most naturally talented players to represent the Owls. Top scorer in his first season of 1997/98.



Martin Hodge                   
1983-1988            
Apps: 249

Gifted goalkeeper who made an incredible 214 consecutive appearances for the Owls, breaking the club record set by pre-war star Mark Hooper. Brilliant shot-stopper who won promotion from Division Two in 1984.

Lee Bullen                          
2004-2008            
Apps: 148

Captain and ever present during the Owls’ 2004/05 play-off winning season. Current coach at the club and unique in having played in all positions for Wednesday, including goalkeeper.



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