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  1. Anyone who went today how did he play? Was listening to the radio and Brian Laws wasn't impressed by him.
  2. SUFC official tweet

    Genuinely don't know what's more hilarious - if they keep this tweet up or delete it.
  3. SUFC official tweet

    Sounds like they 'run us' proper green street style. 'Run us on twitter and run us off the pitch'
  4. SUFC official tweet

    Bless them. Bless them and their thick as pig poo manager. An absolute match made in heaven. We can't wait... I'm not so sure that's the case with the opposition"
  5. SUFC official tweet

    SUFC official - Hate Wednesday first, support united second Can we all just take a moment to appreciate this comedy gold from their official twitter account
  6. Before they leave, the Wednesday fans are bouncing to celebrate their 0-0 draw #twitterblades #ForgedinSteel 9:43 pm · 12 Jan 2018 tinpot
  7. I think the forum was a good idea, feeling a lot more confidence in the chairman now than I have done over the last few weeks.
  8. Backing Chansiri as more passionate than fellow fans. Chansiri the passionate fanatical Wednesday fan.... For the past 12 months. Classic
  9. You're completely missing the point. It should have never been offered in the first place, and to offer it and hold back the 'terms' initially was a joke. He's creating divides between himself and the fans. Are you happy with the way he's handled this whole situation? He's created what should be a non-issue and we're now a laughing stock.
  10. Anybody defending Chansiri here needs their head looking at. What next? Perhaps a 'variable rate' season ticket for next season. Start off with an initial payment and at Christmas either receive a partial refund if were doing 'bad' or be ordered to pay a further sum if we're doing 'well'. Oh and if you don't pay you're banned. Farce.
  11. Jos Luhukay

    J-Lu in the 'hood' Berlin commercial manager Michael Preetz reacted to relegation last May by immediately hiring coach Jos Luhukay. Luhukay was the man who led Augsburg to the Bundesliga two seasons ago, defied the odds in keeping the club there for another season, and then left the Bavarian side. The diminutive 49-year-old Dutchman proved to be a huge steal for Hertha, changing the culture of a team that had fallen prey to both inflated egos and debilitating self-doubts. Luhukay is the man with the plan "I think too many people here believe that they are really big names," Luhukay – who was given the faintly risible nickname J-Lu - said shortly after taking up the post. "As of today, we're trashing that." He also retooled Hertha's style of play to focus on defensive stability and teamwork. "Attitude often trumps talent," is one of Luhukay's favorite mantras. As a result, Hertha haven't landed a lot of spectacular blow-out wins, but they have consistently racked up points and kept the competition at a distance. "We've only lost two games, have conceded the fewest goals and scored the most," Luhukay told reporters after his team beat Sandhausen 1-0 on Sunday. "If you want to talk about a weak phase, maybe it was at the start of the season or immediately after the winter break. But even then we still earned points and even won matches.” On the money with Ronny Hertha wouldn't have 66 points, were it not for midfielder Ronny who's enjoyed a career season. With 16 goals and 13 assists in 30 matches, the Brazilian is clearly the second-division's offensive player of the season. Ronny has been simply unstoppable Few would have predicted such an explosion by Ronny. The 26-year-old was brought to Berlin in 2010 primarily to convince Raffael to accompany Hertha down to division two in 2010-11. Ronny holds the record for the hardest ever recorded football shot (210 kilometers an hour). But in his first two seasons in the German capital, pace was precisely his problem. A fondness for junk food meant he struggled to keep his weight down and rarely made it off the bench. Luhukay, however, saw potential in the Brazilian and insisted he be retained last summer, when many were calling for him to follow his brother to Russia. Ronny repaid that trust in spades. His goals alone have been worth at least ten points over the course of the season, and in Hertha's pivotal 3-0 win against second-placed Braunschweig in round 28, Ronny scored a brace on two free kicks and contributed an assist. Now he'll be called upon to show he can replicate such performances in the top flight. His is the team's situation in a nutshell. Keeping it real Despite the celebrations about ascending once more to the elite level of German football, Luhukay was keeping his feet planted to the ground. Hertha will need reinforcements to stay in division one "We're not going to pretend that we're bigger or smaller than we are in reality," Luhukay said. "The first year will be about staying up in the Bundesliga." Indeed, although Hertha were a class better than the rest of the teams in the second division, it's questionable whether the squad has the quality to compete in the top flight. Berlin have gotten by with 20-year-old John Anthony Brooks and converted midfielder Fabian Lustenberger in central defense. Strengthening that area will be key to Hertha's chances for survival. The squad is also a bit heavy on defensively oriented veterans like Peer Kluge, Marcel Ndjeng and Kobiashvili and light on skill players who can pick up the slack, if Ronny has an off day or isn't able to assert himself in division one. Whomever Hertha bring in, they won't be costing lots of money. The club remains saddled with debts of somewhere between 30 and 45 million euros. Squad improvements will have to come cheap. "That's part of the appeal, though," an optimistic Luhukay said. "I'm not worried about us being able to put together a good team - otherwise I would never have taken this job. We just have to show some creativity in who we sign." The days of megalomaniacal dreaming of the Champions League in the German capital are over. A low-key Dutchman nicknamed J-Lu has consigned them to the rubbish bin. And perhaps that's the best reason for hope that Hertha Berlin can avoid a seventh relegation when they rejoin the Bundesliga this summer.
  12. Serious question, can we club together to give him the refund then we can all go our separate ways?