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  1. 16 points
    Election for me. Genuinely fearful of another five years of Tory government, and what impacts that could have on my job, my family and my child's future. Wednesday winning the league might give some relief to that, but it isn't going to feed, warm and inspire my daughter's future. That said...it only said winning the title...I'd take a Labour GE win and Wednesday winning at Wembley! Win, Win!
  2. 10 points
    Anyone that would vote Tory after the last nine years doesn't deserve to support Sheffield Wednesday.
  3. 5 points
    You would be closer to utopia than ever before. Boris means less holidays, less workers rights and you might get a pay rise to ten pound in five years. Then there will be the poo food and products from Trump and friends. Soon you will be lucky if you get two weeks holiday. The rules have already been rewritten. Wake up. Rise and shine Boris is coming to get you. Ba Ba Ba Corbyn runs the ira Ba Ba Ba.
  4. 5 points
    The main facilitator of sitting together is POTG. I can't state this enough. You turn up with your mates, pay on the day and sit together. We have deliberately killed POTG though disgusting pricing. I'll never back down on this, it's plain wrong. The sooner we all unite against it, the sooner we can start repairing the damage.
  5. 3 points
    I thought it worked ok. Also Lee will get better the more games he has. I would like to see a mid 3 with Luongo. Would be fluid, attacking with all three fully prepared to track back.
  6. 2 points
    My best years for earnings have been under Tory rule. If you want it work for it, not expect to be given it.
  7. 2 points
    And I think that's the difference between a Tory voter and a labour voter. One gets on and challenges themselves to get their own pay rise. The other sits on their ar5e moaning and whining waiting for the government to force their employer to give them a payrise
  8. 2 points
    Always puzzles me this. Bannan and Lee were good enough to get us to a PO Final and Semi Final, the team as a whole did not get us over the line alas. People always saying that the "failures" from then are still playing now so we will only get worse giving no thought to the fact that players can learn from these experiences and continue to develop and get better.
  9. 2 points
    Love em both, but whenever i see the lineup and we have them two in a 2 man midfield i always fear the worse. When the ball turns over there are huge gaps in there for opponents to exploit as neither are defensive enough. We have to play with 3 in there so we don't get overrun imho. Luongo has to start for me too.
  10. 2 points
    Looked like men against boys tbf It can't have been easy for Connor - given the captain's armband for this one, picked up another yellow card too (probably in frustration) Media reports suggest Macc's senior players are still refusing to train, never mind play So the situation is likely to continue for Wednesday night's trophy match away at Shrewsbury
  11. 2 points
    It would.be more appealing to sit outside in nice weather. Let me be clear i don't claim to be a True Super Fan but i enjoy going to Hillsborough. However I will not be ripped off.
  12. 2 points
    Think that's the thing. It gives us a solidity. Just need to cut out the concentration lapses at both ends of the pitch.
  13. 2 points
    Someone suggested put home fans in West stand and visitors in South. Might be a decent idea. Visitors in the Leppings Lane half of the South stand and make them exit over bridge. Our fans to exit via Leppings Lane and Penistone Road. Barriers up to stop our fans going over the bridge. The advantage is we could continue to charge high prices for South so away fans help to pay for policing, stewarding. Chansiri could lower prices for West stand and Kop so our poorer fans can afford POTG. Would improve atmosphere for TV. Our problem is we have 23,000 fans and almost 40,000 seats. But we need that capacity if we eventually get back to the top division, which historically is where we feel we belong. Whats the point moving? We could build an atmospheric 28,000 seater which would look good in the 2nd tier but nowhere big enough in the top tier. Of course we could be stuck in the 2nd tier for the next 20 years...... nobody knows. But if the likes of Hull Bradord, Boro, United and Huddersfield can manage the top division(they've all done it after 2000) I suspect our time will eventually come.
  14. 2 points
    Here's a better idea, Borner and Lees were first choice centre halves before Lees got injured. Why spend money if we can utilise what we already have. No need to try and be a comedian.
  15. 2 points
    I was thinking about this over the weekend. Odubajo is a ready made wb and Reach can play there at a push. However, I can't see where Harris would fit in and he's been one of our best players this season. What ever we do, we need 3 in midfield, we get overrun every time we play with a two.
  16. 2 points
    I agree, we need two strikers on the pitch and this formation allows that without compromising our midfield. We have 3 very good centre backs (and depth behind them) and you don’t necessarily have to be a defensive minded player to play wingback so using Harris in this role could work. Also Odubaju is more of a natural wingback ( can also play left I believe?)
  17. 1 point
    Both starters for WBA And both picked up their 5th bookings of the season meaning they will miss our visit , little bit of good news potentially
  18. 1 point
    Honest question for anyone on here, Tory voter or Labour or whatever. Can you name 3 good things the Tories have done with 9 years of government?
  19. 1 point
    Let’s not forget, in the UK the richest 1% pay 28% of UK tax revenue. If you increase that burden they’ll just leave. Socialism is wonderful, until you run out of other people’s money.
  20. 1 point
    B**ger I’d have nowhere left to go, being a Unionist, Tory-supporting Brexiteer from Northern Ireland (an unfortunate choice of emoji too...)
  21. 1 point
    this hindsight is great. I saw Abdi’s debut for us when he played 45 mins in a preseason friendly against Port Vale (I think). Poor opposition but he came on at half time and looked a great player. Perpetual motion and great on the ball. Turned out to be his best performance for us!!
  22. 1 point
    I think SAG would be all over the IRA, would be an immediate ban on Irish accents and the sale of petrol in Sheffield on match days.
  23. 1 point
  24. 1 point
    So you’re happy that our fullbacks are of a good enough standard to see us compete towards the top of the table? It’s pretty obvious to see that if your full backs offer nothing at the top end of the pitch then it’s a damn site easier for the opposition to defend against the so called more creative players.
  25. 1 point
    Is it just me who finds these threads infuriating? It's as if people are waiting for us not to win so they can lump all the blame on their old scapegoat again.
  26. 1 point
    Not helped by the lack of service. Both full backs offer very little going forward and whilst both have shown some improvement, Palmer and Fox are still the weakest part of the team - and have been for years now.
  27. 1 point
    stewards, portable blocks like coppers use on lepps,end two blocks easilly blocked off
  28. 1 point
    In the context of my post The club told us we were paying high ticket prices for investment in the team, I said that for the last 3 transfer windows we have signed mainly free agents and loans with very little spent on fees I think Iorfa and Luongo is the only money we have spent. From the mad Carlos days of spending money like confetti. The end of this season Rhodes, Fletcher, Forestieri, Winnall and more are out of contract. Looking at the squad still in contract only Reach we will have spent significant fee on. So the argument was for lower ticket prices on the basis of not spending million on fees and salaries. Fessi, Fletcher, Hutch, Dawson, Fox ( I would not have said that 3 months ago), maybe Lee if he can prove he is over his injuries. That's leave Rhodes, Winnall, Pelupessy, Nuhiu, a few of the kids and the loan players that's going to be a significant saving on wages. Add to this if we can reduce what we are paying Fessi and Fletcher it is not being on realms we could be saving £7m on wages. Add to that what left last season with Jones, Matias, Hooper, Abdi - the accounts for July 2020 could have a wage bill £15-20m less than in 2018. Add to that the money we got for Bruce. Without knowing the figures in the accounts it is just speculation but the last of the big earners other than Reach, Westwood, Lees could well be gone this summer.
  29. 1 point
    I'd be tempted to bring him home given the circumstances. A toxic atmosphere like that can't be doing him any favours.
  30. 1 point
    Nah Im making a suggestion and a point about how its not unafordable as made out. I wish prices were lower but they ain't. Don't call me an apologist when you ran about being best mates with Sheard. You have no shame and try to pretend its not true.
  31. 1 point
  32. 1 point
    Ground does need modernization with out doubt probably an a huge scale. That's nothing to do with atmosphere. Hillsborough back when I first started going in 1990 was songs sang from start to finish non stop. Only time it was quite was when it was a game where the manager you could tell was about to be sacked because he'd lost the team. So it's down to us and the team to play a style that exited us not depresses us. Over the years Hillsborough has got quieter and quieter. Needs promotion desperately. We have hit a wall and feels like we are stuck awaiting our future to start
  33. 1 point
    At some stage realisation will hit with more and more supporters that a new and more accessible ground away from Hillsboro is the only way. That may come sooner rather than later if SAG keep getting their way.
  34. 1 point
    I don’t think it’s that simple as bringing in a striker TBH. The supply line probably needs to be looked into just as much? That said I’d like us to bring in a pacy mobile striker not too unlike Joao but to do this we may have to unload first and I can’t see us getting rid of Winnall or Rhodes anytime soon? It wouldn’t surprise me in the slightest if we weren’t as busy in January as much as some expect us to be?
  35. 1 point
    Correct. Both he and Palmer have improved drastically. BUT.... if we are gonna go up we need better full backs.
  36. 1 point
    Shame that a minute after this shot was taken the mood changed considerably !!
  37. 1 point
    Imagine how many windows he put through to appear this calm in the interview.
  38. 1 point
    Yeah cause it was rocking before Carlos came. During his era there were some of our better atmospheres in certain games. You shoe horning a dig at him is hardly surprising
  39. 1 point
    10th November Macclesfield 0-4 Kingstonian (att: 996) Connor Kirby was one of five loanees selected to fulfil this fixture The rest of Macc's side being youngsters drafted in to cover for senior players who'd voted for strike action Clearly no match for their non-league visitors Kingstonian aren't tearing up the Isthmian League but they were fired-up for this game Leading 2-0 after about 10mins, grabbing a third straight after the restart - Macc barely had chance to get a foothold Livingston v Rangers 3pm ko And once again, seems like there's no place for Jack Stobbs in Livi's matchday squad
  40. 1 point
    Along with Abdi, sadly one of our worst signings ever. ...release as soon as possible
  41. 1 point
    Big Dave and Dom were awesome today Dont get why Fox is being so highly rated Glad he scored but he’s one of the most limited players we’ve got
  42. 1 point
    Palmer lucky to get so many starts imo, can be shaky on ball and make errors at back, compounded by rarely offering a threat by getting a decent cross in. Decent bench player for rb/lb maybe. Moses was unlucky to get dropped and deserves another chance imo
  43. 1 point
    He’s been sub par for weeks. That clearance was amateurish but to try to pin some responsibility for the goal on him is harsh
  44. 1 point
    C’mon we win one game by a few goals away at Boro and we think that’s it. We have been distinctly average without any cutting edge all season if the truth be told.
  45. 1 point
    We need a lot more mental strength before we can say we are credible challengers
  46. 1 point
    If they hadn't scored from the corner the thread would've been calling Westwood a God for that point blank save.
  47. 1 point
    We’re just not very good Roll on January because the overhaul has got to start soon
  48. 1 point
    Nor Westwood. What the point in screaming at defenders when we’re high up the pitch if he can’t open his mouth to his left back that’s it’s his ball?
  49. 1 point
    Westwood Lees Palmer Bannan Lee Nuhiu Fessi All these players who played today played in the play off final three years ago.
  50. 1 point
    DC mentioned in a forum last year that a player was too scared to play That’s an anxiety issue. Anxiety is a mental health issue
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