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The lowest I’ve ever felt as a Wednesday fan

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56 minutes ago, Ian_D said:

Early to mid 70s was far worse

I have to agree. Unfortunately like me you have to be knocking on a bit to remember this. However in those days we were in division 3 and strapped for cash. Come to think of it wer'e heading for the same division now and guess what our Chairman has spunked all the cash. I'll have a rethink. Yep were going in the same direction fast and not far off being in one of the worst states I ever seen us in.

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1 hour ago, Beholder said:

Lowest for me was getting relegated against Crystal Palace.

 

We still have half a season to turn it around.

You might feel worse if the thinkable happens this season.

It will not be turned around with this man running the team.

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Football fans are constantly saying that [insert recent event] is the worst thing ever. As a consequence, it rather becomes like white noise after a while, regardless of any actual merit it might have. It's difficult to believe that anyone genuinely believes this is the worst time to be a Wednesday fan given some of what we've had to suck up even in just the last few years, never mind casting the net further back.

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1 hour ago, SallyCinnamon said:

Tonight. By quite a stretch.

 

People can do the usual and say ‘be grateful remember the Allen days, remember when Irvine was in charge’, truth is I feel more disillusioned and disconnected from this club than ever before.

 

Its garbage in every aspect.

It's only football. It really isn't life or death. Enjoy it for what Football is, don't build your life around it.

 

This kind of mess, it's inevitable at Wednesday in this rigged game we currently have in English football.

 

We'll have success again one day, but I can't gaurentee what level.

 

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8 minutes ago, DJMortimer said:

Football fans are constantly saying that [insert recent event] is the worst thing ever. As a consequence, it rather becomes like white noise after a while, regardless of any actual merit it might have. It's difficult to believe that anyone genuinely believes this is the worst time to be a Wednesday fan given some of what we've had to suck up even in just the last few years, never mind casting the net further back.

45y I've been going, my Dad 20 more. We both think this is the worst.

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You’re still a young lad, give it time, I’m sure you’ll see worse.

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1 hour ago, jacko1992 said:

Be reyt

I'm not sure it will this time

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43 minutes ago, Socialist_Owl said:

Exactly!  Where is the community bond?  

 

Overpriced, empty luxury boxes, little fan engagement.

 

 

You see, I can deal with rubbish football, rubbish players (if they put effort in), I dont care one jot, makes winning more fun when it happens. 

 

But not to feel part of the club, no bond to fellow fans, it stinks, its rubbish. The key is in the last part of our name. 

 

"club" 

 

Are you reading this part of it? , am I part of it? 

 

Right now, is it even a club? Or is it just a thing a few people turn up to, out of misguided loyalty, because you always have (and fair play if you can and have the means). 

 

Where did the "club" go? 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Beholder said:

Lowest for me was getting relegated against Crystal Palace.

That was awful.

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1 hour ago, Beholder said:

 

 

 

The last time i was devastated with wednesday was against Hudds in the semi. Since then its been a long grind of disappointment and at some point, i opted out emotionally.

yeah but as someone who has changed his mane on here as often as you changed your socks no one really gives afizz

 

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2 minutes ago, NYCOWL said:

That was awful.

Awful, but very wednesday, clarke scored, broke his toe celebrating and we missed a sitter right at then end to save us. 

 

In some ways, thats my club. 

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The lowest I felt as a Wednesday fan was 17th November 2010 when Nick Parker was stood on the High Court steps fighting back the tears. 

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Tbh, I'm emotionally checked out...

 

What's the point in caring when seemingly the chairman, the manager and the players don't? 

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At least you knew what you was getting with Allen at the helm 

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Hats of to all you amazing fans that carry on supporting this tin pot club...I wouldn't mind spending the money for the promised great expansive attacking football with top stars but really can't be bothered anymore with this lot and even though my love for this club will never die I can't justify the waste of money and waste of time over and over again for two good seasons out of the last 20 lol

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2 hours ago, SallyCinnamon said:

Tonight. By quite a stretch.

 

People can do the usual and say ‘be grateful remember the Allen days, remember when Irvine was in charge’, truth is I feel more disillusioned and disconnected from this club than ever before.

 

Its garbage in every aspect.

 

It's not even Christmas yet, long way to go and loads more potential misery ahead - man up ffs!

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My low point, in the modern era, is Dave Jones telling us Stephen McPhail wasn’t fit enough to take corners. 

 

 

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30 minutes ago, Maddogbob said:

Awful, but very wednesday, clarke scored, broke his toe celebrating and we missed a sitter right at then end to save us. 

 

In some ways, thats my club. 

 

Jeffers heading fresh air with the goal beckoning and then fans on the pitch twatting owt that was moving.

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2 minutes ago, vulva said:

My low point, in the modern era, is Dave Jones telling us Stephen McPhail wasn’t fit enough to take corners. 

 

 

 

Speaking of corners - Potter's Pearlers that day :duntmatter:

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