Jump to content

djstatic

Member
  • Content Count

    1,170
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

669 Excellent

About djstatic

  • Rank
    Sheffield Wednesday First Team
  • Birthday 20/07/1983

Recent Profile Visitors

3,350 profile views
  1. This has been the case for months. Pulis would have brought a bit of quality in if he was left and we have sneaked it. We are atrociously poor going forward. Have been for a long time.
  2. We did and a lot of that was down to both of these. Chansiri either does not have the funds or has lost interest. Either way, we look like going down
  3. This is madness by them. Having watched the ROI under 21s under Kenny a good bit; he has been one of the stand out players. I don't believe we will be interested but we 100% should be. He will be a Premier League player one day. Very creative and not afraid of a tackle
  4. So Pulis turned it down and we going back again if Bullen doesn't pick up results in September. Cracking. All the while, Rowett wants the job and I firmly believe he would be an astute appointment for this league. Chansiri is letting this season drift away again. It's costing him money and we are going to be in trouble next year again with FFP.
  5. Would not be a bad appointment at all. Bullen could consider himself very unlucky this time around. Can't help but feel that Chansiri remembers the Burton game where he stated the club needed a new manager to sort the team out. Long term, not sure that has done him any favours
  6. He's 3 out of 3 when it comes to managerial appointments here under Chansiri. He called Carlos, Jos and Bruce. What he says has to be taken seriously. If he was pushing Hughton, there would be a love in for him on here. If he is right, it does sound like another odd choice
  7. If you had to guess plan B, you think it's Rowett??? I don't think the foreign coach route is way to go this year myself. We need someone who has a solid track record in this division IMO
  8. Thanks a lot for replying. Does Chansiri hoping to have a manager by weekend or is he not under pressure??
  9. We concentrating on him for now so? This is where we need to be IMO. Can't be helping us the fact the transfer window is closing early this year
  10. Maybe they bonded over their mutual hatred of Mike Ashley
  11. If it's Rowett, I would be happy with that. Good fit and ticks a lot of the boxes. Will be able to work to a budget. Coleman is favourite for the job and other than a successful period as Wales manager, club level is patchy at best. We cannot afford to get this one wrong.
  12. I do hope Biggs is wrong. On both occasions that Bullen was in charge, he seemed relieved to be handing over the reigns, especially the first time when he was like a horse wanting to be shot to put him out of his misery. I fear when the pressure will inevitably come on him that he will not be able for it. The last thing I would like to see is a true Wednesday legend getting hounded out. I am surprised he wants it. We will see. It is very quiet, speculation wise. We can always let Bullen start the season as caretaker and see how he fares. Out of the list per the bookie
  13. This. Not sure why the hate. We have a very capable set of players. He got Blackpool and palace up with less talented. He won't be expensive either and he gets the club. It's very much a yes for me.
×
×
  • Create New...