Liam Palmer has been a great servant for Sheffield Wednesday and stayed at the club through thick and thin, and supporters are rightly praising the 28-year-old after he made his 250th first-team appearance.
The right-back made his debut in 2010 and has since gone on to help the team win promotion from League One and reach a Championship play-off final.
He has had a number of managers during his spell in South Yorkshire, occasionally finding himself left out of the team. He made just 15 league appearances in 2015/16 for example.
Despite that, he has proved a useful player over the years and his performances and loyalty to the Owls have earned him praise from some supporters, who are pleased to have “one of their own” to watch on a regular basis.
Palmer has just the one goal to boast of which came in 2011/12, so he may be keen to add a few more before his time at Hillsborough draws to a close.
— Greeny (@MarkoGreen80) February 27, 2020
Well done mate. Good servant. Improved so much last 3 years
— ED14 (@ED6ix) February 27, 2020
Been a great servant to the club and a good role model to young fans👍🏼
— SWFC4EVA (@The5herriff) February 27, 2020
wednesday through and through and a good solid player, love it.
— edders (@ejc1867) February 27, 2020
Bleeds blue and white. 👏🙌 pic.twitter.com/7PktUlUByY
— Rimmell_ (@Rimmell_SWFC) February 27, 2020
One of Our Own!!
— AR (@nigelsleftsock) February 27, 2020
— Tim Wild (@TW_SWFC1867) February 27, 2020
Would you take Steve Bruce back over Garry Monk?
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