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‘Class’, ‘Makes a difference’ – Many Sheffield Wednesday fans are loving one man’s performance vs Coventry City

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Tony Pulis collected his first three points as Sheffield Wednesday manager following a hard-earned victory over Coventry City at Hillsborough on Saturday.

Pulis had endured a difficult start to his reign in the Wednesday dugout, collecting just three points from his opening eight matches as Owls boss.

Tuesday’s crucial defeat at Nottingham Forest left the Hillsborough outfit seven points from Championship safety and in serious danger of being relegated.

However, Tom Lees’ late strike earned some Christmas cheer for Wednesday, who climbed off the foot of the second-tier standings thanks to just their fourth league win of the campaign and moved to within touch of 21st-placed Rotherham.

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Not only was it a long overdue victory, but it was Wednesday’s first clean sheet since 28th November, which probably wasn’t a coincidence due to the return of Keiren Westwood, whose missed the last six matches with a groin problem.

Here’s how the Hillsborough faithful reacted to the 36-year-old’s performance against the Sky Blues following his string of fine stops:


I'm Jake Sanders, a Freelance Journalist for Snack Media covering all things at the Football League World having joined the company back in March 2020.

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