Simpson attended Sunday's game between West Bromwich Albion and Huddersfield Town.
The Owls travel to Huddersfield on Sunday in a Championship game where both teams have new managers in charge.
Huddersfield Town announced the appointment of Daniel Cowley as their new boss and that should bring a wave of excitement among fans.
Danny and brother Nicky were heavily linked with the Owls this month but they've made the switch to West Yorkshire instead.
Huddersfield Town have hired a lifelong West Ham United fan, along with his Hammers-supporting brother.
The Owls have been heavily linked with the highly rated Lincoln City boss in the past few days.
Danny Cowley is reportedly in talks to leave League One Lincoln City to take over from Lee Bullen at Championship outfit Sheffield Wednesday?
Danny Cowley allegedly wants to stay at League One Lincoln City despite being offered a Championship job with Huddersfield Town.
The Owls are looking for a new permanent manager and the Lincoln boss was asked on Tuesday about speculation linking him to Hillsborough.
Lee Bowyer is staying at Charlton Athletic despite interest from Championship rivals Huddersfield Town but can they lure Cowley from League One Imps?
The Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper isn't on track to be back in January.
John McGinn was reportedly on Celtic’s radar before he moved to Aston Villa.
If you're experiencing issues with Showbox, you're not the only one.
Fraser Forster, on loan from Southampton, played well for Celtic against Lazio.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers have a fight to keep Alfredo Morelos.
Leeds United youngster might be needed.
Leeds United defender Luke Ayling was not feeling great yesterday.
Steven Gerrard’s Rangers and Neil Lennon’s Celtic have won in the Europa League.
Eddie Nketiah is on loan at Leeds United from Arsenal at the moment.
Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger is set to be out until the end of the month, after suffering a set-back from injury.
West Bromwich Albion are said to be in talks with the Lincoln City manager.
Future football annals, if they look beyond the Premier League’s almighty self-importance, might fairly call 2017 the Year of the Imp.
Danny Cowley takes a deep breath and anticipates the moment when he will lead the first non-league football club in 103 years into the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.