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Omg.  What a nothing story.  Headline designed to sell newspapers, causing tension and no substance. Not hardly an interview.  Nothing to see here

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Yeah total none-article, just a plea for respect tonight, which is fair enough.

 

Unfortunately he doesn’t seem to realise that his lack of communication is one of the main reasons fans are so angry. 

 

If he had communicated what the situation was for this season, including with the likes of Hutch and Westwood, fans would have been more accepting of where we are at. Instead he has allowed conspiracy theories aplenty to flow which has contributed to this whole mess. 

 

Hopefully he has learned from some mistakes, I have my doubts. 

 

 

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5 hours ago, sonofbert2 said:

 

How much funding is allowed under FFP rules for owners to inject in sponsorship?

 

I believe the limit is set in comparison to commercial rates and we are at that limit.

 

You've made the claim now show the evidence, thanks.

‘You believe’ - so you don’t know either. Find your own evidence

 

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A definite damp squid that story

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The real story will be after the forum but we'll already know what's been said, still think that all this talk is damaging and pointless. We need action not words.

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Well that was worth waiting for...... Been better going with "beres charging 5p to cut your sandwich in half" which is a proper scandal..... They'll not get me darkening there door anymore. :carlosswfc:

What is this world coming to? 

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What a misleading headline. Typical scummy media. DC please just get rid of Jos, it will bring the fambase back closer together and we will really get behind the new manager and team. It’s just not going to happen with Jos. 

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"I bought SWFC and entrusted Amadeu Paixão as principal advisor, I entrusted my family and Wednesdayites money. I realise this mistake, he and all of his associates no longer have any input on decision making at our club, unfortunately I can not do anything about the contracts which have been signed by players to be agent represented by those guys. I apologise for misleading fans last December with the poorly thought through poll which I now recognise was a major cause of breakdown of trust. I have decided to employ experienced football people with a strong bond to SWFC, people who are committing to not make money by any other means, especially football related, so they can not fall foul of corruption in football, to help me run the club. I will no longer be interfering in player matters other than approving the manager for the 1st team, I ask all Wednesdayites to work with me through this based on the above commitments"

 

I would be happy with the above.

 

This season is a write-off, we need mental alignment to ensure we stay in the division,  plenty of players go off the books next summer, consolidate next season, push for promotion the season after.

 

(sorry for double post, suspect other thread will be closed)

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8 hours ago, CLswfc said:

Considering you have just pulled me up regarding my grammar, but what the fu*k are you on about. 

 

Your mistake wasn’t grammatical. It was choosing an incorrect word.

 

Granmar would be the lack of a question mark at the end of the above post.

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Dom and the star are good at making an article out of one half arsed comment. 

 

Decline of local papers in general is sad. 

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1 minute ago, Ever the pessimist said:

 

Your mistake wasn’t grammatical. It was choosing an incorrect word.

 

Granmar would be the lack of a question mark at the end of the above post.

What's she got to do with it? 

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7 minutes ago, Lee Strafford said:

"I bought SWFC and entrusted Amadeu Paixão as principal advisor, I entrusted my family and Wednesdayites money. I realise this mistake, he and all of his associates no longer have any input on decision making at our club, unfortunately I can not do anything about the contracts which have been signed by players to be agent represented by those guys. I apologise for misleading fans last December with the poorly thought through poll which I now recognise was a major cause of breakdown of trust. I have decided to employ experienced football people with a strong bond to SWFC, people who are committing to not make money by any other means, especially football related, so they can not fall foul of corruption in football, to help me run the club. I will no longer be interfering in player matters other than approving the manager for the 1st team, I ask all Wednesdayites to work with me through this based on the above commitments"

 

I would be happy with the above.

 

This season is a write-off, we need mental alignment to ensure we stay in the division,  plenty of players go off the books next summer, consolidate next season, push for promotion the season after.

 

(sorry for double post, suspect other thread will be closed)

 

Would love him to say that but I very much doubt he will. DC doesn’t seem like a man that likes to admit his mistakes, and let’s be honest he has made a lot with us!

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Trying to read this article on line but keep getting stuck on a editorial about drains in Wincobank and an advert for timeshares in Fuertaventura. 

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1 minute ago, vulva said:

Trying to read this article on line but keep getting stuck on a editorial about drains in Wincobank and an advert for timeshares in Fuertaventura. 

Good read, is that.

 

Sommert about steep gradients, valleys and debris.

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Jose Mourinho has a good CV, he still got sacked, sometimes managers don't work out at clubs, style of play or players to choose from its not their fault but seriously he has to go. Also on his CV he's never managed or played in England, toughest league in the world. 

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6 hours ago, sonofbert2 said:

 

How much funding is allowed under FFP rules for owners to inject in sponsorship?

 

I believe the limit is set in comparison to commercial rates and we are at that limit.

 

You've made the claim now show the evidence, thanks.

 

I don’t know what the detail is on the “fair and reasonable value” rule, and I can’t seem to find the sponsorship values for Championship clubs online to compare. 

 

I found information on epl clubs, and looking the smaller clubs of the PL sponsorship deals aren’t huge. Bearing in mind that they’ll be inflated because of the PL factor. 

 

So perhaps 1.2 million is all we’re worth? 

 

Stadium sponsorship: 

 

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Shirt sponsorship:

 

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Lee Straford's post reads well but needs one additional point in my view:

 

I will be bringing in a Manager with both experience and a track record of success in the Championship to lead the fight against relegation.

 

Afterall it was a Lee Straford who brought in Alan Irvine and that name still makes me shudder.

 

Many people have seen a real similarity and likeness betweeen Luhukay and Irvine.

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Sheffield Wednesday owner Dejphon Chansiri has vowed to hold nothing back at the fans’ forum tonight.

No subject will be off the agenda when the Thai businessman hosts the event in front of a large crowd in the 1867 Lounge at Hillsborough this evening (7pm), where all seats have been taken up.

Owls Chairman and Owner Dejphon Chansiri......Pic Steve Ellis

Owls Chairman and Owner Dejphon Chansiri......Pic Steve Elli

 

Unhappy fans are demanding answers to Wednesday’s demise in the Championship this season. Sections of supporters have called for manager Jos Luhukay to be sacked.

 

But Chansiri has promised to be “open” and “transparent” as he looks to revive the club’s fortunes.

 

Speaking exclusively to The Star, Chansiri said: “I’m going to say more at this forum than I have done before.

“I’m going to be open and I want people to listen. I will say things from my heart.

Owls Owner and Chairman Dejphon Chansiri.........Pic Steve Ellis

Owls Owner and Chairman Dejphon Chansiri.........Pic Steve Ellis

“I have to laugh sometimes when some fans say I’m not transparent and honest. I am always as honest as I can be with the fans but some only want to hear what they want to hear.

“If some fans don’t believe what I have to say, there is no point in talking to me."

 

“I always say the truth, even when they are not things the fans are going to like. I will always tell the truth. I’m not going to lie.

“I’m not going to tell them everything they like to hear like some other clubs do.”

 

Chansiri, who purchased the Owls nearly four years ago, expects some criticism from fans attending the event. But he is urging supporters to voice their opinions in a respectful and constructive manner.

 

He said: “Some fans say I communicate less now, that I am not transparent, that I lie and I am the worst chairman. I will answer all their questions on Wednesday.

 

“If you want to talk to me, give me opinions in the right way. Please don’t shout and be aggressive to me.

 
“When people ask me things in a polite way, I always answer.

“If someone has a problem, I want them to say it direct.”

Many supporters have expressed their concern over the direction the club are heading in on and off the pitch.

Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at Swansea City means Wednesday have won just once in 10 matches and sit just five points above the relegation zone.

 

Chansiri said: “I understand the fans’ frustration. They are not happy and neither am I.”

 

Wednesday are languishing in 18th position after accruing just five points from the last 30 on offer.

The pressure is mounting on Luhukay, who walked out in the middle of a post-match interview with BBC Radio Sheffield in South Wales after reacting angrily to questions over his future, to arrest their slump in form.

 

Luhukay slammed his side’s defending against Swansea after they surrendered a one-goal lead at the Liberty Stadium.

“In a couple of minutes we gave everything away,” he said. “We didn’t defend down our left side twice and that is not acceptable, you have to run with your opponent.

“I have tried to coach this three or four times, but it is not going in their heads.

“I am so angry because the players are showing no proof of what we are doing. It is not the first time we give a 1-0 lead away for the opponents to score two goals.

“How many times has this happened? When the players don’t learn from this situation then you won’t win games. Maybe the players can give the answers

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