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Jonathan Jurejko

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  1. Goodbye!

    I'm afraid that's it from me.

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  2. 'It's a score nobody wants'

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea City

    Swansea City manager Carlos Carvalhal speaking to BT Sport:

    Well received on return to Hillsborough: "Let me say thank you to the way the fans received me, the players and the staff. It's the nice part of football and the football I dream of. I'm very happy, very proud to say thank you for one more time."

    Unwanted replay: "It's a score nobody wants. I also believe [that's the case] for Sheffield Wednesday - the same one more game. Maybe in the future we can think that if the managers and referee agree after the first game we can go to penalties and we can finish the game today.

    "I believe if you had asked us and the Sheffield Wednesday manager, we'd have gone to penalties."

  3. Post update

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea

    Swansea manager Carlos Carvalhal

    Sounds like Carlos Carvalhal isn't too happy that his side weren't given a penalty at Hillsborough today. Tammy Abraham felt he was shoved over in the first half, while Luciano Narsingh also tumbled after the break. Some quotes on the way...

  4. WATCH: Swansea's Ayew misses chance

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea

    Jordan Ayew hit straight at Wednesday keeper Cameron Dawson, following a neat pass from Nathan Dyer.

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  5. 'We were under the cosh'

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea City

    Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Cameron Dawson speaking to BT Sport:

    On the save from Mike van der Hoorn:

    "Not a lot really, I just saw the ball coming and tried to make myself as big as possible and get a hand to it.

    Local hero?

    "The lads in front of me were brilliant. We were under the cosh but ground it out and we're still alive. Being a local lad, it's always a great feeling to walk out here at Hillsborough."

  6. WATCH: Wednesday's Nuhiu almost nicks it

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea

    Nifty footwork from Atdhe Nuhiu could have resulted in the elusive first goal, but Swans keeper Kristoffer Nordfeldt was equal to the tame shot.

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  7. 'A draw a fair result'

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea

    Sheffield Wednesday manager Jos Luhukay: "We didn't want a replay because we have so many games and lots of injuries. But we are still in the FA Cup and have a chance to get to the next round.

    "First half we were the better team and in the second half Swansea were better so in the end it is a draw which both teams must enjoy.

    "I'm proud of my team. We played the first 25-30 minutes good and we were direct from the beginning. The first half we played good football but couldn't score a goal.

    "We have a difficult situation and a very small team now (because of injuries). Most of the time it is difficult, getting 20 players day to day but we have positive thinking."

  8. 'We made it harder than they thought'

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea

    Sheffield Wednesday skipper Adam Reach, speaking to BT Sport: "We're still alive. I thought we did outstanding today against a Premier League team.

    "We had chances, couldn't take them but we're still in the cup.

    "We kept a clean sheet, I thought we caused them problems and we can take that into the replay. I don't think Swansea thought it was going to be as difficult as it was today."

  9. Wednesday put everything into it

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea

    Pat Nevin

    on BBC Radio 5 live

    The replay is right after taking a Premier League team to 0-0 in an FA Cup game.

    There weren't many chances but Sheffield Wednesday fans have seen their players put everything into this game.

    I have been really impressed by Adam Reach, and the effort put in by the defence, they didn't switch off for a second.

    It would have been a travesty if Wednesday hadn't had a replay out of this.

  10. Post update

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea

    What it does mean is that Swansea continue their impressive recent form under Carlos Carvalhal. Swansea are now unbeaten in 10 games in all competitions - a feat they've not managed since a run of 11 in November 2009.

  11. Post update

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea

    Carlos Carvalhal marches onto the pitch to clap all four sides of Hillsborough after a draw which, at times promised much, but ultimately delivered little.


    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea

    Back to the Liberty then.

  13. Post update

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea

    Oh! Ah! Wednesday almost nick it!! Adam Reach pops up in acres on the right, drilling low across goal to Lucas Joao who looks certain to tap in at the far post. But Swans skipper Kyle Bartley gets a size 10 in the way to deny the Wednesday sub. Oh, Joao was offside anyway as it turns out.

  14. Swansea strangling Wednesday

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea

    Pat Nevin

    On BBC Radio 5 live

    Swansea are strangling any hope that Sheffield Wednesday have of getting anything out of this game.

    With the work-rate and effort, they are the team that want it more and they deserve to be in this game.


    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea

    Three minutes of stoppage time. Three minutes for someone to be a hero...

  16. Post update

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea

    Nathan Dyer sees the goal open up in front of him... Owls keeper Cameron Dawson sighs with relief as the Swansea sub's shot drifts wide.

  17. Post update

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea

    The Wednesday fans are trying their best to roar their team over the finish line. But then Swansea counter...

  18. Post update

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea

    There are more bodies in the Swansea box than a Royal Rumble ring. The ball is pinging off legs all over the place, but Wednesday can't turn it into a meaningful shot at goal.

  19. Post update

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea

    Another Routledge cross from the left, again Wednesday's defence holds firm. The home side pile forward...

  20. Post update

    Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Swansea

    End to end now... have Wednesday got enough left in the tank to see it through? Wayne Routledge cuts in from the left, dinking to the far post where Jordan Ayew lurks. Wednesday defender Morgan Fox jumps with everything he's got, flicking clear.. just.