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  1. Both players did a L signal with their hand after scoring. Anyone know what the meaning is?
  2. I couldn’t give a throw if sky like us, I don’t particularly like them.
  3. What a fantastic interview. He came across really well and seemed really confident. Wiped the floor with that melt who supported Uddersfield. I hope that confidence comes across on Sunday and we wipe the floor then. I have a good feeling about this chap.
  4. I think Bullen will have a big influence and we will stick with what we have seen previously for a few weeks.
  5. There’s a long list mate, and if you look really closely, you still can’t see my Mrs.
  6. New Sheffield Wednesday boss Garry Monk drops hint over possibility of adding former Sheffield United striker James Beattie to backroom staff Sheffield Wednesday have refused to rule out the possibility of adding former Sheffield United striker James Beattie to their coaching set-up. By Dom Howson Monday, 09 September, 2019, 16:00 New Owls manager Garry Monk has hinted he will bring in "one or two members of staff" to work alongside their existing backroom team in time. And Monk has worked with Beattie at his previous clubs Swansea City, Leeds United, Middlesbrough and Birmingham City. Beattie, who enjoyed two spells as a player at Bramall Lane, is currently a coach at Birmingham. Garry Monk, left, and James Beattie at Birmingham City. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images) Hello, this is the first of your 5 free articles for this week Subscribe today When asked if there is a possibility of Beattie joining his Wednesday revolution, Monk told The Star: "We will have those discussions. "Of course, if there is a chance to bring in one or two members of staff with me who know me and have worked with me and know how I work, we can hit the ground running as quickly as possible. It can help with time and I will look to do that. But right now, it is working with Lee and the staff and I am looking forward to that. "I am looking forward to it but we will see what happens." When Monk first took over as Blues boss in 2018, he had to reach a settlement with Middlesbrough for the services of Beattie, Sean Rush, Darryl Flahavan and Ryan Needs. The quartet remain at St Andrew's, albeit Beattie in a redefined role, with Pep Clotet in charge. But Monk, whose first Wednesday in the dug-out will be Sunday's Yorkshire derby at Huddersfield Town, has already stated he will work with first-team coach Bullen. "Lee and the other staff are going to be there and I am looking forward to that insight as well," he said. "When you have a pre-season, you can get the bulk of your ideas across, but we haven't got the luxury of that. "Having the insight from Lee and the other staff is going to be vitally important and I am looking forward to working with them and understanding that."
  7. Couldn’t see a thread on this, and can’t be bothered crawling through them all. https://www.thestar.co.uk/sport/football/sheffield-wednesday/latest-owls-news/new-sheffield-wednesday-boss-garry-monk-drops-hint-over-possibility-of-adding-former-sheffield-united-striker-james-beattie-to-backroom-staff-540194
  8. I understand what you’re saying mate, I just think it’s time for a change. For the sake of the club, and for the sake of his career. It seems to me that he’s just stagnating. Could it be DC’s blind loyalty that’s keeping him here? I suppose we will never know. He comes across as a fantastic bloke, and I wish him all the best, but ultimately I want the best for the club. Whatever that may be. UTO
  9. It’s been continued failure for years while he has been here.
  10. It’s just opinion though isn’t it? Not fact. He may be an outlet, but that familiarity might be the familiarity of failure over a number or years.
  11. People saying bullen needs to stay cause he knows the players. Give him a month, then give him his notice. Time for a proper change.
  12. No sentiment in football. Thanks for all you’ve done Bully, but time to move on. For your own career, and the sake of our club. Fresh ideas is whats needed, in my opinion.
  13. How do you know that’s the case? DC isn’t the chairmen at Huddersfield and West Brom and he turned them down. Not everything is DC fault.
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