Ex-Sheffield Wednesday striker lays out Owls challenge after Sunderland play-off heartache'

Clinton Morrison has challenged Sheffield Wednesday to come back stronger next season after falling short in the League One play-offs

The Owls' semi-final with Sunderland appeared to be heading for extra-time after Lee Gregory restored parity in the tie in the 74th minute after turning in Marvin Johnson's cross.

But Wednesday were hit with a late sucker-punch as Patrick Roberts' goal earned the Black Cats a 2-1 aggregate victory and booked a meeting with Wycombe Wanderers

Speaking on Sky Sports last night, former Owls and Birmingham City striker Morrison said: "He [Moore] will be disappointed because,

But you have to earn the right to get out of this league and Sunderland did that tonight.

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He has had to deal with a lot of injuries and there was big pressure on Darren Moore at times. I think he has handled the pressure.

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