Six decades of Cardiff City v Sheffield Wednesday matches.

CoymaySix questions on Sheffield Wednesday, answers will appear on here tomorrow.

60’s. This team photo from the 60’s includes two future managers of the club (third from right in back row and first left in the front row) and although the player stood first left never managed Wednesday, he did have a spell in charge of his other club, can you name these three men?

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70’s. Four faces for you to recognise from this photo. Who is the Wednesday manager on the left of the back row, who is the former England international in the team group, who is the former City player and who is the player who would later play for us?

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80’s. The former Wednesday player signing the autograph here played for twelve different clubs in a long career during which he scored over 180 goals – he also played for England Under 21’s, but who is he?

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90’s. Name this Wednesday player from this decade.

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00’s. Cameron Jerome got the only goal of the game in a match at Ninian Park between the two sides during this decade. The Wednesday team that day included a former City player who would win over 50 caps for his country, can you name him?

10’s. Name the former Wednesday player, who has played for them against us during this decade, who has amassed a grand total of 106 yellow and 12 red cards in his career so far.

Answers.

60’s. Peter Eustace (third from right in back row) and Howard Wilkinson (first left in the front row) are the two future Wednesday managers, while Don Megson (first left in the back back row) was in charge at Bristol Rovers for a spell in the 70’s.

70’s. Derek Dooley is the manager on the left of the back row and stood next to him is former England international Peter Swan who was making a return to the game after a lifetime ban for his part in football related betting irregularities ten years earlier was rescinded. Peter Rodrigues (stood in between the two goalkeepers) is the former City player and Jimmy Mullen (second from right in the back row) later joined us.

80’s. Gary Bannister.

90’s. Chris Bart-Williams.

00’s. Deon Burton.

10’s. David Prutton.

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One Response to Six decades of Cardiff City v Sheffield Wednesday matches.

  1. Dave Richards says:

    That is Charlie Williamson not Gary Bannister

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