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Sheffield Wednesday: Many fans buzz as Dennis Adeniran picks up award

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A whole host of Sheffield Wednesday fans are delighted on Twitter to find out Dennis Adeniran has won the club’s Player of the Month award.

It’s been a less than enjoyable season thus far in England’s third tier for Wednesday, with the Owls having won just four times in the league, which could be down to bringing in so many new players, 14 in total, this may take a considerable amount of time to bed them all in.

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Sheffield Wednesday only picked up one league win in September – although it was a very impressive 2-1 victory away to Wigan Athletic. So given that it wasn’t a month for the Owls, there may have been slim pickings for their Player of the Month award. Nevertheless, it has gone to Adeniran, who featured in three games, managing to net once.

A lot of Wednesday fans are buzzing on Twitter to see Adeniran scoop the latest club award.

What have these Sheffield Wednesday fans had to say?

Unreal find this lad #SWFC


“Fully deserved.”


“Got my vote, shame the other squad members couldnt put the same shift in. Lost count on how many points we have now dropped through one mistake or another. Yes it is early but we need 22 players of the month to get out of this league!! WAWAW”


“Deserved tbf, could’ve won it either month IMO, but what a player. Remarkable how he’s managed to stay under the radar and not be picked up by a prem or championship side”


“My brudda”


“Well deserved”


Wednesday opened their league campaign with four wins and a draw, however, it has all unravelled since then, having picked up a solitary victory in their next six league matches, which was the one away to high-flyers Wigan.

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Despite dropping down into and managing to keep hold of players such as Barry Bannan, Callum Paterson and Josh Windass, the Owls are especially struggling in the final third, having scored two goals in a league game just once since August 28th.

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