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  2. Steel city derby stats thread

    So long as it's not an own goal
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  4. Increased capacity

    Bet you are a reyt dare devil , am I right ?
  5. Can someone add a little turd coming out of one and into the other
  6. Increased capacity

    I agree completely and I also couldn't agree more with your reasons my at being scepital it's hard to argue against the blunder that f the kit when delaying that another year would have been more sensible it's hard also to argue with some of the corporate pricing and see with that kind of pricing why anyone would come it often come across rash and naive. But then you listen to some of their comments like our commercial wasn't making my money and they are looking at all areas to increase revenue. And see the short term efforts to try and solve this longtime in a stadium that's been crippling us for years and you have faith that they mean well and sometimes you got to crack a few eggs to make an omlette. Whilst not getting it completely right and making blunders at some our chairman is showing us fans he said Is here to make all the improvements he can to move to a forward. Maybe he needs to take a back seat or have better advisors or stronger people to challenge his decisions. You can also argue the clubs or stadiums management team. Lookimg at the retail it bemuses me still how we don't have basic condiments such as red sauce or mustard with hotdog burgers and Luke warm water where you can stir your brew with your finger but using the existing footprint where which previous owners and stadium caterers have used we have modified the kiosks with better products quicker services and given the staff a more effective tool to do their jobs. Which will also give us better data. If you take these as an example of quick fixes and intentions there are positives to think that with a purposely built stadium with these being thought at during design stage. Then you will have to have faith. If we move tomorrow the sentimental traditionalist move today will die when we do. But the fan of the future will have only remember Hillsbrough through past stories and history books. If if I look at Hillsbrough through the history I can remember the days with the pipes and clackers and sugar smoking which I would love experience they was packed out houses of 50 plus thousand I can't remember cages. But I remember the standing and always think I loved that it's great droppingvin lower leagues cup that still have this kind of area to reminisce I can Remember smoking in stadiums and pubs it all added to the experience. But I believe we are better as a mom smoking country. I have really fond memories of Hillsbrough and love looking shank at our history. That's why as a fan I am massively in favour of staying but a stadium move is always financially better especially if done correctly. For every Coventry you have a Doncaster or Rotherham which both had two promotions in very quick succession and both in our region. There are also bad some extremely well designed and built stadiums mainly in Europe but two great examples of quality designs from what I would class as traditional famous stadiums that spring to mind are Emirates and city of Manchester stadium. We ate much much bigger and better than a Coventry or a Rotherham or a Doncaster in a city much bigger our design and ambitions should not only mirror the best stadiums in the country but take there work and modify it into something great md iconic in world stadiums. History tells us we once was that stadium even looking back to 90s and the euros. we could make our next home the yesterdays Hillsbrough. You don't have to have soleless stadium just because it's new but football weather we like it or not is changing and so is the football supporter. One of thing that closed a load of working men's clubs down was dinasoure committes not willing to change and as the generations started dying off so did the revenues untill they had to close. I am not for minute saying you are a dinasaur. You seem like me a traditionalist that would rather keep what's great and sentimental about what makes us Sheffield Wednesday. But this I believe hinders our life by term future. And the Sheffield wednesday for tomorrow weather it be in the next 5 years or 50years will eventually have to move and we might get another 100- 200 years out of our next stadium which would be hard for our great grea great great great grandchildren to leave but we have to to keep moving forward god knows what those stadiums look like probably come with airbases so the players can get privately jetted in from LA
  7. Steel city derby stats thread

    I can say with all honesty that a Nuhiu winner at the KOP end against the old enemy would be amongst the greatest possible outcomes possible in a match.
  8. Increased capacity

    None at all, I only missed a handful of home games in the 90's, and always left the North on the west stand exits, never saw a problem once. And the west corner was filled many times.
  9. Steel city derby stats thread

    Haaaa But you may not be able to day that Sunday tea time. Honey bee may score. In fact honey bee may score a hat trick. P's. Who's honey bee? I was going to have a bet on the result but now feel I may get stung.
  10. Increased capacity

    Spot on. All I'd like from them is a genuine explanation for the immediate step up in changes made. As far as I can remember there weren't any issues regarding dispersing fans from the ground.
  11. Increased capacity

    This is all that is needed . No kneejerk reaction about new stadiums . The old lady is dated , yes, but as this video shows we do not need to relocate to a soul less , lego bowl.
  12. Increased capacity

    Agreed. Apart from that fan that fell from the top tier of the west stand, we haven't had any serious safety issue since 1990. I guess we rarely get plus 30k+ for the club to kick up a serious stink, but surely we could challenge legally for loss of income due to their decisions. We had lots of sellouts in the 1990s with no safety issues whatsoever.
  13. Increased capacity

    Try asking why can SWFC, SUFC and LUFC play each other on a Friday night because SKY are showing the games and SWFC can never play the same clubs at a normal time if it is not on TV.
  14. Increased capacity

    While everything you say there is fair we as fans still deserve an explanation for some of the decisions made over the last year or so. There has never been an explanation of what changed from the Aston Villa game last August to the Wolves game in January when it was claimed to be a sell out despite the thousands of empty seats.
  15. Alexa

    Just my type, I felt like a stiletto on my balls after that Cardiff equaliser.
  16. Academy Products

    Of course they're happy using the academy that way - it earns them money, allows them to stockpile some of the best young talent in the world and gives them the best chance of getting a prospect through to their first team It's incredibly difficult to develop players to get into the very best teams - by default the players have to be among the very best available It also sets up players to have decent careers in the game - so its ticks most of the boxes - and the one box it struggles to tick is the same for most clubs in the world
  17. Increased capacity

    It's ok 4 u, bullshitter's always get their cut. (a extremely) (intelegent) etc....
  18. Alexa

    Oh, and Bixby agrees.
  19. Honest opinion on the derby

    We're SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY.......................... WE;LL WIN WHEN WE WANT...............................
  20. Alexa

    Got me worried there. Just tried it on Google Assistant on my new phone and the answer came straight back as 1867. At least there are still some AI bots left you can trust.
  21. Increased capacity

    What a extremely and intelegent response. I hope a position becomes available on the board and you get it. It's voices like this with all the insight and reasoning behind it that I believe we don't hear enough now we have a chairman that looks and progress into the future and m sure with you at the helm we could turn Hillsbrough today into something for the future. I'm so glad we have such forward thinking folk still about I thought they all died off years ago who was running all the working men's clubs. It does make me wonder why they was all still doing bingo and ballroom dancing still or shutting down. I didn't genuinely didn't know people like yourself had moved on. Please improve our club and contact them with your views immediately
  22. Steel city derby stats thread

    Interesting stat: I've scored as many steel city Derby goals as Nuhui and a honey bee
  23. With Sporting he tied and lost to Benfica and beat Porto (he was hired after the first Porto game had occurred). Benfica ran away with the league that year. With Besiktas he tied and lost to both Galatasaray and Fenerbahce. So so not great.
  24. Honest opinion on the derby

    Carlos is usually negative in the big games, so expect more of the same. He knows what's at stake.
  25. Holy fecking sheep... pigshit batman
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    • Can someone add a little turd coming out of one and into the other 
    • I agree completely and I also couldn't agree more with your reasons my at being scepital it's hard to argue against the blunder that f the kit when delaying that another year would have been more sensible it's hard also to argue with some of the corporate pricing and see with that kind of pricing why anyone would come it often come across rash and naive. But then you listen to some of their comments like our commercial wasn't making my money and they are looking at all areas to increase revenue. And see the short term efforts to try and solve this longtime in a stadium that's been crippling us for years and you have faith that they mean well and sometimes you got to crack a few eggs to make an omlette. Whilst not getting it completely right and making blunders at some our chairman is showing us fans he said Is here to make all the improvements he can to move to a forward. Maybe he needs to take a back seat or have better advisors or stronger people to challenge his decisions. You can also argue the clubs or stadiums management team.  Lookimg at the retail it bemuses me still how we don't have basic condiments such as red sauce or mustard with hotdog burgers and Luke warm water where you can stir your brew with your finger but using the existing footprint where which previous owners and stadium caterers have used we have modified the kiosks with better products quicker services and given the staff a more effective tool to do their jobs. Which will also give us better data. If you take these as an example of quick fixes and intentions there are positives to think that with a purposely built stadium with these being thought at during design stage. Then you will have to have faith. If we move tomorrow the sentimental traditionalist move today will die when we do. But the fan of the future will have only remember Hillsbrough through past stories and history books.    If if I look at Hillsbrough through the history I can remember the days with the pipes and clackers and sugar smoking which I would love experience they was packed out houses of 50 plus thousand     I can't remember cages. But I remember the standing and always think I loved that it's great droppingvin lower leagues cup that still have this kind of area to reminisce I can Remember smoking in stadiums and pubs it all added to the experience. But I believe we are better as a mom smoking country. I have really fond memories of Hillsbrough and love looking shank at our history. That's why as a fan I am massively in favour of staying but a stadium move is always financially better especially if done correctly. For every Coventry you have a Doncaster or Rotherham which both had two promotions in very quick succession and both in our region. There are also bad some extremely well designed and built stadiums mainly in Europe but two great examples of quality designs from what I would class as traditional famous stadiums that spring to mind are Emirates and city of Manchester stadium.   We ate much much bigger and better than a Coventry or a Rotherham or a Doncaster in a city much bigger our design and ambitions should not only mirror the best stadiums in the country but take there work and modify it into something great md iconic in world stadiums. History tells us we once was that stadium even looking back to 90s and the euros.  we could make our next home the yesterdays Hillsbrough. You don't have to have soleless stadium just because it's new but football weather we like it or not is changing and so is the football supporter. One of thing that closed a load of working men's clubs down was dinasoure committes not willing to change and as the generations started dying off so did the revenues untill they had to close. I am not for minute saying you are a dinasaur. You seem like me a traditionalist that would rather keep what's great and sentimental about what makes us Sheffield Wednesday. But this I believe hinders our life by term future. And the Sheffield wednesday for tomorrow weather it be in the next 5 years or 50years will eventually have to move and we might get another 100- 200 years out of our next stadium which would be hard for our great grea great great great grandchildren to leave but we have to to keep moving forward god knows what those stadiums look like probably come with airbases so the players can get privately jetted in from LA
    • I can say with all honesty that a Nuhiu winner at the KOP end against the old enemy would be amongst the greatest possible outcomes possible in a match.
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