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  1. Always fit Always available Always gives 100% Never hides Good character in the dressing room Offers decent cover in defence, midfield and attack
    42 points
  2. Ok not a player that 1 million but 1 millon views on the channel as someone on twitter said to me that’s a fully packed Hillsborough 25 times over to put it into perspective. That insaine WAWAW and thank you for all ya support got some good plans a head too i hope fingers crossed
    39 points
  3. Just want to give praise to Palmer, he gets so much grief and at times the scapegoat of the team. Played two positions today and didn’t put a foot wrong, that defence last week no names mentioned was scary to watch, but he’s come in today and done a great job, well done Liam
    37 points
  4. One game. One game and it's started. I mean to say , it would have been nice to have gotten to the end of the first month without the curse striking. I know it's the Wednesday way, but bugger me. Of course I don't know why I'm surprised. After all it was only the summer before last that we signed a defender with a broken leg... The injuries at this club. Sometimes you know, I sit on the balcony of an evening and when it's still, and quiet, if I listen very carefully, I can still hear the faint sound of Almen Abdi laughing his head off. This with Smith , barely missed a game in the past 3 years. Comes here and lo and behold -injured! Bad luck? How much can one club have. And the other cove, the Welsh one. I couldn't tell you what he looks like. What's up with him? Adeniran back in training. Leg strapped up. It's like emergency ward ten in there and we've barely kicked a ball yet. Barely headed one either going on last weeks performance! Three headers last week, man alive the pain of watching those goals sail in. We must have the tallest back line in the division, and we didn't win one of them. "Jumping might help, Sir" "Ahh, you're here. I thought I was going to have to do the whole thing monologue. I've just been lamenting to the chaps about the injuries. I hope you're here to cheer me up" "The good news Sir, MK crashed to a 1-0 defeat to Cambridge last last week, and the Dons didn't muster a shot on target" "They don't need to shoot on target do they, they just need to get a couple of crosses in! Ugh. Sorry, do go on." "Well, Windass is fit, so that's a bonus ." "My word, some good news." "MK are likely to start with 4 loan players after they sold or released half of the first team in the summer." "Really?" "Yes really. Twine has gone." "Excellent!" "Darling has gone" "Brilliant. Here, we could win this one Stubbs." "They have ex Wednesday youngster Conor Grant.." "Well that's that isn't it. Nailed on to score. Nailed on." "Wednesday will choose between Paterson or Sow to start up front" ---------- --------------------- MILTON KEYNES -V- WEDNESDAY Aug 6, 2022 Kick off : 3:00pm Stadium MK ----------------------------------------------------- MK DONS MK Dons will be without Josh McEachran after the midfielder limped out of last weekend’s clash with Cambridge United. McEachran is set for a spell on the sidelines due to a groin injury, joining Daniel Harvie, Mo Eisa and Tennai Watson, though the former is getting closer to a return to action. There could be a start for former young Owl Conor Grant, signed in the window from Rochdale. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- WEDNESDAY Sheffield Wednesday will be without big summer signing Michael Smith, who is struggling with a contact injury sustained in pre-season. Fisayo Dele-Bashiru was substituted with what appeared to be an injury against Pompey but the attacker is okay for Saturday while Dennis Adeniran will be available after missing last weekend despite training with a strapped knee. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MK Dons' questionable opening day record continued at Cambridge United last weekend with a narrow defeat ensuring a third season on the bounce in which they've failed to start with a victory. It doesn't get any easier for the Dons either, with Sheffield Wednesday, a side they've not beaten in eight previous League One meetings, the first side to visit Stadium MK this season. But Darren Moore's side were far from convincing defensively in their league opener and needed a Fisayo Dele-Bashiru brace to rescue a point in a thriller with Portsmouth at Hillsborough. The Owls have an impressive record against MK Dons and won 3-2 here on their last trip back in April, which included a memorable long-range strike from Barry Bannan.
    34 points
  5. Against one of the better teams we would have lost today by a few goals…mk dons will struggle this year they are poor compared to last year and we managed to make them look great second half..also we desperately need attacking reinforcements and a new defender now
    33 points
  6. Sheffield Wednesday resorted to blantent time wasting at least three or four times. Loads of fans in recent thread made it quite clear that they hated this cheap nasty tactic and yet here we are using it against a side who aren't even close to the side they were last season. Utterly disgraceful, please Wednesday do not lower yourself again this season.
    33 points
  7. No offence taken at all pal. I will throw a few things very politely back at you shall I, its called interacting with fellow football fans, you might not have many friends or not be very social?? I don't know you so should not assume. However we at Sunderland have a very popular message board where a lot of fellow fans from other clubs post and the banter is great. I do understand that is not for everyone though, I am sure there is a block option on here so if it bothers you that much mate, Block me or don't reply? It will certainly cause no offence at all as I will interact with the more social fans on here
    33 points
  8. Just joined this forum. What’s with the dislike of Moore on here? Have I missed something. Yes we had the highest wage bill in league 1 last year and should have ultimately done better, but we had in the first half an unreal injury crisis. Windass barely played. Luongo was out for a while. We had the best record in league 1 from January, created chances and scored loads of goals. We even have the best home record in the EFL. It is a shame we didn't see that attacking football in the playoffs, but Moore deserves a chance from us this season. I am expecting automatic promotion. WAWAW
    32 points
  9. Well at least you gave him a chance mate
    30 points
  10. Seriously Promotion is nailed on We've not played great so far and yet are unbeaten, have won our away game, and that's with a patched up strikeforce and a new squad settling in. We're getting promoted this season Strap in and enjoy every second of it Savour every goal we score Love every win we get Count all the points we accumulate And spend the season being EXCITED
    28 points
  11. Just give him what he wants. (Excuse my scuffed video editing...first try!)
    28 points
  12. I am happy with three points Clean sheet first win of the season
    28 points
  13. I miss that big lump.
    27 points
  14. My mate has family in Milton Keynes. They sent him this received from their local club........ From: The Club Hanslope theclubhanslope@gmail.com Date: 26 July 2022 at 13:56:43 BST To: Subject: Sheffield Wednesday Fans  Good Afternoon all, As you will probably be aware our last beer festival happened to coincide with Sheffield Wednesday playing at the MK Dons stadium and we had a large number of their fans visit the village and our club before the match. This worked out hugely beneficial for us both financially and in terms of creating a great atmosphere. We were incredibly fortunate that they were not only very generous with their hard earned cash but they were also incredibly polite and friendly and we had no incidents. When a large group of football fans travel together in such a way they are required to inform their local police station which in turn informs our local police station. This meant that we had a police presence on the day and that they checked in regularly with us to ensure all were being well behaved and thankfully they didn't have to do anything other than this. One of the fans local police officers also came down to work with ours and happily reported to us that he saw none of the usual trouble makers and that we had got a really good bunch! Sheffield Wednesday are playing at the MK Dons Stadium again on Saturday 6th August and the same group have asked to come and visit us again. We are more than happy to accomodate them and are looking forward to showing off our new pool room which they funded! They intend to frequent all 3 drinking establishments in the village as they did last time which financially benefits us all. We have asked the Hornets Football team to come along and do a BBQ for us again as this proved to be a great source of fundraising for them last time. The fans expect to arrive in the village from 11am and leave for the match around 2:30pm. In order to accommodate this we have obtained a licence to allow us to open to the public as we do on open days and beer festivals. To make the most of this we will be inviting all villagers that are not yet members to come along during the day/evening, have a drink and hopefully join up. The Club is open as usual so please come down, have a drink and a laugh with the football fans and tell all your local friends and family that aren't yet members to come and check us out.
    27 points
  15. The Sunderland fans visiting here have been nothing but respectful and add to the debate. Welcome as far as I’m concerned!
    27 points
  16. Welcome to Owlstalk Darren!
    24 points
  17. We need to offer him a new contract. If he doesn’t accept, we need to sell him in this window. I want to keep him and he’s been great in these 2 games but we’ve got to be commercially minded in how we run the club and deal with buying and selling players.
    24 points
  18. on official SWFC site now: “Anyone who enters the pitch and those identified carrying or using pyrotechnics or smoke bombs will now receive an automatic club ban. These bans could also be extended to accompanying parents or guardians of children who take part in these activities.”
    24 points
  19. I've mentioned many times in the past how my son gets searched every game, this has been going on for years. I've always known he was being racially profiled, I walk in with him every game, but before this season I never got searched I've had arguments with stewards in the past about him being singled out One person on here said he was being singled out because he's a big unit, so they just search the 6 footer's then We don't go in together now because my showing off upsets him, he hangs back and lets me go in first The point I'm trying to make is, it's not difficult identifying the type of people who will try to smuggle items in Our stewards used to always single out my son, a young man who is entering the stadium with his dad, what dad would let his son take a pyro in the ground On some occasions we've walked in behind a few of the River Island mob, not one has been searched, but when they get to my son, they search him I wrote to the club about this around 4 years ago, they insisted he wasn't being racially profiled, their excuse was the stewards always search 1 in 10, yeah right This type of thing has always wound me up, I considered stopping buying a season ticket, but my son didn't want that I feel a little happier now that when we go in, the stewards search everyone, at least he's not being singled out As for the people carrying pyro's, I hope you get caught and I hope you get banned
    24 points
  20. JP Mcgovern used to..Cos I called him out and accused him of being Neil..Neil denied it as did the bloke posting as JP7..So I decided to call Neil out, and said I would be at the ticket office cos I was getting the away tickets for Brentford next match and would meet him in the car park after training Met JP Mcgovern, and felt like a tw*T....nIce bloke though...gave me lad a pair of signed boots
    22 points
  21. Averaging 2 points per game which is certain promotion form. This is against 2 of the better teams from last season. Averaging 2 goals per game. Averaging a clean sheet every other game. And thems the facts.
    22 points
  22. I’ve said this so many times but he really is the most under-rated player at the club. A solid 7 out of 10 performer every week and today was no exception.
    22 points
  23. 22 points
  24. It's being published by D-Books, so any day now.
    21 points
  25. The stick Paterson gets is disgraceful. Lads got a fantastic attitude and is a far better player than people give him credit for. Like a lot of players that are versatile he suffers from not nailing down one position. Can also imagine he’s a great influence around the dressing room. Would love him to score today.
    21 points
  26. Some on here like him, some don't. I think that majority on here do, myself included. My take is that he's still quite a young manager with things to learn, especially tactically. He's occasionally flummoxed a lot of us on here with chopping and changing the teams a lot and making odd substitution choices. In terms of his performance last year, he had a lot to deal with injury wise. Given that, I think we had a good season in the end. He does seem to have a way with the players and they genuinely look like they enjoy playing for him. He's recruitmed well, he's retained players who should well have gone and he's sorted a lot of problems in this respect. I'm happy he's here and proud to call him our gaffer. I think he's good for the club and will get us promoted this season.
    20 points
  27. 20 points
  28. To be fair we gave it our best shot at trying to
    20 points
  29. 20 points
  30. Evening All. I hope you are all well. First things first. Massive respect for c6,000 going to the Franchise. That to me sums your club up, brilliant supporters and also a great win. Happy days. As for us..... (For those interested) I/We left the North east at 5-30am, long drive down the M6, got to Bristol at around 11am, as we were stopping over the, bags in and out. Great city is Bristol. A very unexpected win, and we played ok, we still need a "another level" midfielder. But I wont bore you with our concerns, over 3,000 made the trip and the atmosphere was unreal. Roll on to our game and please do pardon my attitude but a weakened squad from us is the way forward as staying in the Championship is our aim. AWAW
    19 points
  31. He’s not a very gifted footballer and looks awkward when he plays. If we got promoted you would probably look to replace him …..But it is a very long season and he is a utility player who can slot into a variety of roles whether that be up front, in midfield or as a defender. He can do an adequate job. Over the trials and tribulations of a long season Paterson is just the type of committed squad player you need at this level. Our main strike force couldn’t play today. Yes I would prefer Gregory or Smith to start but that is not always possible and Paterson steps in without complaint. Utility player of old and I like that.
    19 points
  32. Got to admire the serial moaners trying to find negativity in a 1-0 away win.
    19 points
  33. 19 points
  34. Judge this side Just how this side will do this season Judge any of the new players Judge the formation Judge the tactics Judge how any of the old players are going to do this season Anyone saying otherwise is being ridiculous It's impossible to judge anything right now as it's too early, the season has only just begun. What you CAN do fairly at the moment is judge a players performance in a single game, whether good, average or he had a weak game - but that doesn't mean you can say he's good, rubbish, going to have a great season or a bad season You can PREDICT any of the above of course - but you can't make a fair and reasonable accurate informed judgement YET
    18 points
  35. Is English your first language?
    18 points
  36. Yes. Hes a business man and he knows that he'd make huge profits if he sold us as a prem team so would do all he could to get us there IMO. The issues with Ashley come when we'd get up to the prem but I'd happily take there, newcastle fans didn't realise how lucky they had it
    17 points
  37. He was very good today
    17 points
  38. Moores had enough time to sharpen up, it's not happening.
    17 points
  39. Good to know that the injury investigation worked
    17 points
  40. Could be worse. Just waiting on DC announcing new sponsorship. Betfred West Stand.
    17 points
  41. Not Wednesday related, but I remember Robbie Savage saying he went on clubs he played for forums, set up accounts and posted things like, 'I thought Savage played really well today.'
    16 points
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