Sheffield news Live updates of Darren Moore's pre-match press call ahead of QPR clash MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - The Owls manager will be speaking to the local and national media this morning as the Championship relegation battlers prepare to go to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium
Breaking News ! Good morning and welcome to our live coverage of Darren Moore's Sheffield Wednesday pre-match press conference ahead of tomorrow's trip to mid-table Queens Park Rangers. Moore is scheduled to hold a virtual press briefing to give his thoughts on their latest Championship fixture. It will be the first time Moore has faced the media since testing positive for Covid-19 last week. He was absent for their two matches over the Easter period against Watford and Cardiff City and is unlikely to be on the touchline at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium as he continues to self isolate. Moore is expected to be grilled on his health and provide a fitness update on the squad. Wednesday are without a number of first-team players through injury, including Dominic Iorfa, Moses Odubajo, Chey Dunkley and Massimo Luongo. He is also likely to be asked about the Owls' transfer embargo. Wednesday were hit with a ban last month following the late filing of their 2019/20 accounts. The club are confident they will be able to sign players when the transfer window reopens this summer. The Owls head to the capital in good heart following their 5-0 trouncing of Cardiff last time out.
. No need to refresh the page for updates.Key EventsTopics on the agenda07:22KEY EVENTTopics on the agendaMoore's health after testing positive for Covid-19Fitness update on the squadWednesday's transfer embargoQPRDom HowsonSome morning readingDavid Jones has revealed Dejphon Chansiri blocked him from leaving Sheffield Wednesday despite being frozen out by Jos Luhukay.The ex-Owls midfielder was one of four senior players that were ostracised from the first-team squad by the Dutchman, along with Keiren Westwood, Sam Hutchinson and George Boyd.Luhukay informed Jones in pre-season that he was free to leave the club, however, after talks with Chansiri, it was clear that the Wednesday owner still regarded Jones as an asset to the club.The former Burnley man had attracted interest from other Championship clubs and was willing to take a pay cut to secure regular first-team football but ended up remaining for the final year of his contract, making only one substitute appearance.Sheffield Wednesday owner Dejphon Chansiri. (Photo by George Wood/Getty Images)Dejphon Chansiri blocked Sheffield Wednesday exit for Jos Luhukay exileDom HowsonGreetingsHello there and welcome along to Darren Moore pre-match press conference ahead of Wednesday's forthcoming Championship clash against QPR.Moore is due to chat to the media at around 9am so keep it locked.
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