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Sheffield Wednesday: Many fans buzzing with Berahino’s interview

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A whole host of Sheffield Wednesday fans have flocked to the club’s Twitter account to show their delight at Saido Berahino’s interview.

The Burundi international was signed on deadline day from Belgian side Zulte Waregem and became Darren Moore’s 14th and final signing of the transfer window and adds to his options at the striker position alongside Callum Paterson and Lee Gregory.

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Berahino and Moore already have previous, with both of them being at West Brom at the same time, which was the place where both of them made a name for themselves.

Berahino was being linked with clubs such as Tottenham Hotspur, while Moore managed to go unbeaten in six of his seven games in charge of the Baggies as temporary manager in the top flight during his first managerial role, and a lot of fans will have been happy to hear their latest signing say Moore is a ‘brilliant manager‘.

A lot of Owls fans are buzzing on Twitter with Berahino interview.

What have these Sheffield Wednesday fans been saying?

After watching that, I can safely say he’s bagging 40 this season #swfc”


“Been waiting so long for this”


“Could be the perfect manager and club for you, there’s a new feel about the place and a real team spirit. Welcome aboard!!”


“The lad’s taken a significant drop in pay to come to our club. Shows what this move is about for him. All about football, not his bank account. Best kind of signing”


Actually comes across well. I’m very happy with this transfer. Now rip up the league @SBerahino


“Pretty amazing we got a player of this calibre and at this age”


Berahino may see this as his final opportunity to prove himself in England, with his last time here being with Stoke City in the Championship, which saw the Potters splash out £12.5 million on the striker, only for him to score five goals in 56 appearances.

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The 28-year old could just be about to enter his peak years as a striker, and dropping into England’s third tier could be a perfect recipe for him to rediscover his form and prove to people why he was being linked with big-money moves away during his time at The Hawthorns.

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