A few years ago, I was mad on Wednesday, every single penny I had went on Wednesday. This was when I was a kid and had no money and relied on parents to help out, they bought my £9 ticket on the kop, or I'd tell them it was £9 still, but in fact it "quid a kid" against QPR and I would revel in the extra spends at the match. Or have an extra couple of pound that I could get a sneaky little bet on at the William HIll on Southey.
But I'm 27 now, and everything is football is still changing, and our football club is in massive change on and off the pitch.
I am glad Wednesday are finally looking to get back in the Premier League, but we seem to have lost our identity. The shirt we wear has no stripes, we have Chansiri on our shirts, around the stadium and less and less of Sheffield Wednesday and more and more of Chansiri. He has changed our badge, the shirt, ticket prices and all without very much input or throught from our fans and feel as if, perhaps the club is less and less about the fans.
This isn't just a Wednesday thing, but also football in general. I see footballers getting done for bad things, fraud, rape and much more. I see footballers have religious and homophobic rants on Twitter and Facebook. I don't particularly want to support or watch these individuals. Look at Sheffield United, I had loads of respect for them this season, they went about going up the right way, scoring goals and targeting automatic, then they spoil themselves by re-signing Ched Evans, I am utterly disgusted that they have done it. Regardless of the quashed verdict.
Sadly, there is more in football, than just football itself. Everything is about respect, diversity, fairness and history and I don't see it that much in football.
Therefore these days, I am more put off by football everyday.