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  1. Barnsley v Sheffield Wednesday | Extended highlights | 2020/21 Watch video here Barnsley v Sheffield Wednesday | Extended highlights | 2020/21
  2. Barnsley v Sheffield Wednesday | Extended highlights | 2020/21 Watch video here Barnsley v Sheffield Wednesday | Extended highlights | 2020/21
  3. This stands out from the rest of your post for me. Of course we would. However in my opinion this argument's invalid. Without being entirely reliant on luck, this circumstance is nigh on impossible. Long term, you just cannot make all the mistakes he's made and see success on the pitch. It is because of all the other foibles around the club that on the pitch we're in this plight. And as the man at the very top, every single one of those foibles is on him. After his initial gamble failed he should have changed approach and started to plan for the long term. Heck, even if his initial gamble had seen us promoted to the Premier League his immediate focus should have turned to planning for the long term.
  4. I cannot agree more with this. Counter-productive to the needs of the club it may be, especially given our P&S situation, however as a kind of 'personal protest' I've not renewed my ST. I just cannot bear to give the current chairman any more of my hard-earned money. We're treated like absolute mugs. Lied to - "Would you rather continue to pay the current pricing in exchange for a higher quality of player or pay cheaper prices and see the youth played?" Fizz off. Taken for granted. All whilst the club deem it unnecessary, for whatever reason, to engage in any sort of communication with the fan base. I don't feel connected to the club. I don't feel a part of it. And I don't feel my loyalty is rewarded in any way whatsoever. The man is horrendously mismanaging this football club. How long are the fan base prepared to put up with it?
  5. One of the things that really gets to me about this team is that they’re so static and play with the tempo of an asthmatic snail. As soon as FF came onto the pitch today he instantly brought more urgency. More movement. More desire.
  6. If I could pick any manager for Wednesday right now, and I mean ANY manager, it would be Neil Warnock. He's exactly what this club and these players need right now. Chansiri trys to interfere; Warnock would tell him where to go.
  7. Really pleased to hear he’s back home and on the mend.
  8. Saw this happen. 80 year old guy fell heavily, face-forward, down 4-5 steps with his head hitting the concrete floor of the concourse. Was a really upsetting sight and I spent much of last night laid awake hoping that he was ok. He didn't seem to have any friends or family with him but he was conscious and responsive when the paramedics arrived, which was obviously a good sign, but I'd really like to hear that he's ok if anyone knows him.
  9. For me this has been a recurring problem this season. Teams come to Hillsborough, sit back, and we have absolutely no idea how to break them down. There's no link between our line of defence and the attack at the moment. Midfield is non-existent so we either play it backwards or just hoof it from defence to attack. Without Hooper no one drops short from up top to receive the ball. Today it looked like we were playing 5-0-5
  10. He was involved in a car crash on the Woodhead Pass after the Leeds game. Ended up being taken to A&E at the Northern. Not sure on the extent of his injuries, if any. Other party involved suffered serious injury.
  11. Tickets arrived this morning in S35. Block 235, row 14. Postie was moaning that he's been delivering loads since Saturday that had chosen special delivery but weren't in to sign for them so had to take them back to the sorting office!
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