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  1. Not nice to see this happen to ANY club. Bolton and Bury both have decent histories, sharing half a dozen FA Cups between them. The extra p155 take in Bury's case (although it's the least of their problems) it's that their none too popular chairman/owner has the surname DALE, the nickname of one of their most hated rivals. Good luck to both of them and hope they live to fight another day.
  2. Fair point, and I'm obviously not going to argue against his record. However, for every Cloughie, how many up and coming lower league managers DON'T make it at this level? I'm not saying that Cowley wouldn't succeed at this level either, he may well be the next big thing for all I know, but it would be more of a gamble imo than Rowett, who does have championship experience and a decent record (imo) to go with it.
  3. *Other managers are available but, out of the above... ... Hughton is allegedly not interested (would be my first choice if he WAS interested) Cowley is tempting, but no experience at this level (just look how Paul Hurst struggled, and more recently Nathan Jones) Of the rest I'd personally go for Rowett, but wouldn't be over excited about it. As much as I like Bullen I don't think he's the answer. Agree with OP though, something needs doing sooner rather than later.
  4. Had a dream last night where we were 1-0 up, but they got an injury time penalty. Unfortunately woke up before penalty was taken. Going on previous, I'm gonna guess that their players got sent off fighting each other over who was going to take it, so 1-0 to The Wednesday.
  5. Is the woman on the left saying 'htf did you get down there Bannan, you cheeky monkey?'
  6. Prices below for FULL SEASON TICKETS for this season. Don't think I'll be buying one of ours at £370 tbh.
  7. I don't. They'll be getting paid for it (probably quite handsomely) and can resign whenever they choose, should it get too much for them. I feel sorry for us, the fans. We either have to pay top dollar for a very poor end product, and some don't even have that option as they are priced out of going altogether. Whilst technically I suppose we could fk it off if we wanted, it's pretty difficult for most of us because it's in the blood, innit?
  8. Time for Jos to go, unfortunately. Would've loved him to succeed but it's pretty obvious that's not going to happen. Trouble is, I have no confidence whatsoever in DC to appoint anyone better. Hope I'm wrong.
  9. If I remember correctly, he scored plenty in quite a decent Barnsley side, who became poor after himself, Hourihane, Bree (and 1 or 2 others who's names escape me) were flogged off on the cheap after their contracts were allowed to run down. You maybe right about the rest though, hope so.
  10. No more worried then any other Sheffield derby. Admittedly not the best preparation results wise, but we can win this if we turn up. Anyone at the club who's not up for this game shouldn't be here imo.
  11. Can't find full list, but assume pigs fans are happiest. You've only got to jangle your keys in their face to keep them entertained.
  12. And I was there to see it, woo hoo. Beswetherick has to be up there surely, despite not costing a fee. The fact that we paid him a wage is ridiculous enough, he should've paid us FFS.
  13. No, keep a winning side if possible. Have them on the bench if they're ready.
  14. Thought it was that one of his legs was LONGER than the other, oh well... Pretty sure I went to this, but thought it ended 1-1, unless I'm thinking of season before. Curran/Bannister in same side.
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