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Sheffield Wednesday had a very rough moment after suffering relegation from the Premier league in 2000. They remained in England second and third tiers after 2000. Even though they have been in the championship since 2012, they still have a high ambition of returning to the Premier League.

Sheffield Wednesday has won the First Division title four times and the last time they won the trophy was in 1930. They have also won the FA Cups and they won their last league cup which was their major silverware back in 1991.

The club is currently being managed by Carlos Carvalhal who assumed duty June 2015 as he replaced former manager Stuart Gray. He successfully led the team to a successive top-6 finish after which they were eliminated in the playoffs. Carlos Carvalhal has a high determination of staying at the club despite Sheffield Wednesday’s inability to qualify for the premier league this season.

There is a high probability of the manager facing the sack if the team fails to qualify for the Premier League this season. The club has spent over £25million this season and the owners are keen to move the club to the top. Carvalhal signed a new three-year contract with the club one year ago just before they were knocked out of the Play-off final by Hull city.

Alan Pardew could emerge as the new manager of the club if they get promoted to the Premier League. Even if Carlos Carvalhal leads the club to the Premier League this season, his managerial job is still on the line. There has been a serious claim that Pardew will be taking over as Sheffield Wednesday’s manager next season whether they get promoted or not. The club has decided to change their manager in order to get prepared for the coming season.

Another favorite for Sheffield Wednesday managerial job is Sam Allardyce. Allardyce is a top priority for the owls according to Premier League Managerial Pedigree. Allardyce successfully promoted both Westham and Bolton from the championship stage. He also prevented Newcastle and Blackburn from facing relegation. Even though Allardyce team has always been tagged with playing an unattractive football, the Owls are more concerned about returning to the top flight after a long time.

Paul Lambert is another available manager after a disappointing period at Aston Villa was terminated in February as the club was relegated. Paul Lambert is popularly known for leading Norwich to successive promotions to the Premier League. Although Lambert also recorded some moment of success with Villa, he failed to move the team forward. Tim Sherwood was employed to revive things at the club.

Slasvisa Jokovic promoted Watford to the Premier league before leaving the club. His departure was a shocking move to the Hornets due to a breakdown in contract talks. The fresh man from promotion looks ideal for the Sheffield Wednesday managerial job. It may require high aspirations to attract Jokovic to the club.

Do you think Carlos Carvalhal will remain the Owl’s manager next season? Who do you think will emerge as Sheffield Wednesday’s next manager?