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2008–09 Sheffield Wednesday F.C. season

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Subject: Lewis Buxton, Tony McMahon, James O'Connor (footballer born 1979), Lee Grant (footballer born 1983), Sean McAllister, Jimmy Smith (footballer born 1987), Richard Hinds, Akpo Sodje, 2009–10 Sheffield Wednesday F.C. season
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2008–09 Sheffield Wednesday F.C. season

Sheffield Wednesday
2008–09 season
Chairman England Lee Strafford
Manager England Brian Laws
Football League Championship 13th
FA Cup Third Round
League Cup First Round
Top goalscorer League:
Marcus Tudgay (14)
Marcus Tudgay (14)
Highest home attendance 30,444 vs Sheffield United (19 October 2008)
Lowest home attendance 14,792 vs Queens Park Rangers (9 December 2008)
Home colours
Away colours

The 2008–09 season is Sheffield Wednesday's 107th season in The Football League since being elected to the Football League First Division in 1892. (From The Football Alliance)

Sheffield Wednesday achieved their first League double for 95 years over city rival Sheffield United in this season.

Squad list

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 England GK Lee Grant
2 England DF Tommy Spurr
3 Wales DF Peter Gilbert
4 England MF Kenny Lunt
5 England DF Richard Hinds
6 England DF Steve Watson
7 England FW Marcus Tudgay
8 England MF Sean McAllister
9 England FW Francis Jeffers
10 Jamaica FW Deon Burton (sold to Charlton Athletic)
10 Republic of Ireland MF Darren Potter (on loan from Wolves)
11 Netherlands FW Etiënne Esajas
12 Norway MF Rocky Lekaj
14 England FW Luke Varney (on loan from Derby County)
14 England MF Jimmy Smith (on loan from Chelsea)
15 England DF Mark Beevers
No. Position Player
16 England DF Richard Wood
17 Republic of Ireland MF James O'Connor
18 England FW Leon Clarke
19 England DF Anthony McMahon (on loan from Middlesbrough)
19 England DF Michael Gray
20 United States DF Frankie Simek
21 England DF Lewis Buxton
22 England GK Richard O'Donnell
23 Jamaica MF Jermaine Johnson
24 England FW Luke Boden
25 Northern Ireland DF Liam McMenamin
26 England MF Wade Small
27 England GK Arron Jameson
28 England DF Sam Liversidge
29 Poland FW Bartosz Ślusarski (on loan from West Bromwich)
30 England FW Akpo Sodje
32 Republic of Ireland FW Nathan Modest
33 England DF Max Wragg
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