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On Wednesday DC firmly backed his manager, but received a massive vocal backlash for doing so.

48 hrs later he's gone.

 

How can he justify his change of heart.

 

The guy is continually showing he's weak and malleable. 

 

I'm glad Jos has gone but  it does not instil confidence in the owner.

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8 minutes ago, supersiggi said:

On Wednesday DC firmly backed his manager, but received a massive vocal backlash for doing so.

48 hrs later he's gone.

 

How can he justify his change of heart.

 

The guy is continually showing he's weak and malleable. 

 

I'm glad Jos has gone but  it does not instil confidence in the owner.

He doesn't have to justify it,he just needed to do it.

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Guys a loose cannon, look at his dig at Abdi, and was about to hang Westwood out to dry before Katrien reeled him back in.

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1 minute ago, supersiggi said:

Guys a loose cannon, look at his dig at Abdi, and was about to hang Westwood out to dry before Katrien reeled him back in.

He was reeled in for The Rhodes comments actually,he had misunderstood the dressing room thing from rhodes,before Katrien reeled him in.

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2 minutes ago, DELUDED OWL said:

He doesn't have to justify it,he just needed to do it.

 

Why did he back him on Wednesday evening but not on Friday?

 

Don't give me all this out of the country crap. He should've known what was going on on a daily basis.

 

I quite like DC, but he's massively out of his depth. Needs a business advisor if Katrien isn't up to the job and dependent on whom the new manager is a director of football to oversee a top down review of what's going on.

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2 minutes ago, DELUDED OWL said:

He was reeled in for The Rhodes comments actually,he had misunderstood the dressing room thing from rhodes,before Katrien reeled him in.

 

Didn't he say "I could tell you something about Westwood" at one point?

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1 minute ago, supersiggi said:

 

Why did he back him on Wednesday evening but not on Friday?

 

Don't give me all this out of the country crap. He should've known what was going on on a daily basis.

 

I quite like DC, but he's massively out of his depth. Needs a business advisor if Katrien isn't up to the job and dependent on whom the new manager is a director of football to oversee a top down review of what's going on.

Don't care why,all i'm bothered about is he got rid.

Your posts are Chansiri Bashing,knock ya self out fella,just have a good enough reason to do it,not some "i think he's this,i think he's that"

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13 minutes ago, supersiggi said:

On Wednesday DC firmly backed his manager, but received a massive vocal backlash for doing so.

48 hrs later he's gone.

 

How can he justify his change of heart.

 

The guy is continually showing he's weak and malleable. 

 

I'm glad Jos has gone but  it does not instil confidence in the owner.

 

If you think what Chansiri said on Wednesday night was ‘firmly’ backing Jos Luhukay you either wasn’t there, or your twisting his words to help you beleive whatever agenda your trying to push out 

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Kinda interested in which chairman across the top four leagues have a handle on it?

 

Same question for managers?

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And if he made a grandiose statement about getting rid of the manager.

People on here would be saying he was deflecting the blame.

He stood up and took the cr@p on his self.

Didn't hide behind sacking Jos 

Respect that

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4 minutes ago, DELUDED OWL said:

Don't care why,all i'm bothered about is he got rid.

Your posts are Chansiri Bashing,knock ya self out fella,just have a good enough reason to do it,not some "i think he's this,i think he's that"

 

I'm not a Chansiri basher. I like the guy and want him to succeed but I don't think he's particularly confident in his own decision making.

 

I think Jos has gone because he got a hard time the other night.

 

I think we signed Rhodes because he thought it would be popular.

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2 minutes ago, supersiggi said:

 

I read Jos has gone because he got a hard time the other night.

 

I read we signed Rhodes because he thought it would be popular.

 

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4 minutes ago, supersiggi said:

 

I'm not a Chansiri basher. I like the guy and want him to succeed but I don't think he's particularly confident in his own decision making.

 

I think Jos has gone because he got a hard time the other night.

 

I think we signed Rhodes because he thought it would be popular.

No of course not.

 

The guy is continually showing he's weak and malleable. 

Guys a loose cannon,

 

I quite like DC, but he's massively out of his depth.

 

Very supportive.

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16 minutes ago, DELUDED OWL said:

No of course not.

 

The guy is continually showing he's weak and malleable. 

Guys a loose cannon,

 

I quite like DC, but he's massively out of his depth.

 

Very supportive.

Can't you be critical of somebody you like?

I don't support Chansiri, I support Sheffield Wednesday.

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You simply cannot publicly announce you’re sacking somebody before you’ve met with that person and told them. It’s common decency. Face to face if you’ve got anything about you - a phone call simply doesn’t cut it. Not going to trash DC for not telling us before he’d sat down with Jos. Timing of the forum was a bit unfortunate in that regard but it was the right order to do things in under the very awkward circumstances.

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3 hours ago, lanzaroteowl said:

And if he made a grandiose statement about getting rid of the manager.

People on here would be saying he was deflecting the blame.

He stood up and took the cr@p on his self.

Didn't hide behind sacking Jos 

Respect that

Respect what ? The bloke has caused all this himself by sheer incompetence, I’m stumped what we should be respectful / grateful for . 

 

 

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38 minutes ago, james o connor said:

Respect what ? The bloke has caused all this himself by sheer incompetence, I’m stumped what we should be respectful / grateful for . 

 

 

Course we should be.... we have a pitch and a scoreboard.... and many millions more in debt and FFP / Admin looming.

We should bow down and thank him, for acting on a manager that should have gone weeks ago and should never have been here in the first place.

Shame on you
 

be grateful, be humble, bow down. lol

 

However, let's hope that this is the turning point for the club

UP THE OWLS !!!!!

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4 hours ago, DELUDED OWL said:

He doesn't have to justify it,he just needed to do it.

I think the attendances reflect exactly what quite a few people think about the club at present. He probably does need to consider the consequences of his actions. 

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