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Sheffield Wednesday’s Ross Wallace Steals Piece of Paper With Huddersfield’s Tactics On Park

Sheffield Wednesday’s Ross Wallace Steals Piece of Paper With Huddersfield’s Tactics On Park

Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Ross Wallace is clearly not shy in the slightest bit.

The 31-year-old was seen brilliantly stealing a piece of paper showing Huddersfield’s tactics during the Owls game with the Terriers earlier today.

Wallace replaced fellow Scot Barry Bannan with half an hour remaining and saw his side take the lead from the penalty spot with Fernando Forestieri beating Danny Ward from 12 yards.

But the former Celtic midfielder’s best action of the game came when Michael Hefele replaced Chris Löwe in the 84th minute and could be seen handing a piece of paper to Elias Kachunga believed to contain Huddersfield’s tactics.

Wallace, clearly eager to see out the win for his side, was then captured snatching the piece of paper from Kachunga’s hand before the German striker took it back.

You know what they say – you can take the boy out of Dundee but you can’t take the Dundee out of the boy.

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