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It's 25 years tomorrow since I missed a home league game. But sometimes it feels like I'm dragging myself along when I really can't be arsed just so I don't end that record.

 

 

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Totally sums my feelings up that

 

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Slow, ponderous and easy to nulify that has been us for years you can't blame Monk for that.

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4 minutes ago, The Horse said:

Does anyone else feel that going to Hillsborough is more of an obligation than something to look forward to these days?

Dull football that fails to energise the crowd.

No desire. No hunger.

It just feels like I'm hoping we score rather than getting excited by a team playing with determination to put the ball in the net.

I hate to say it but we play more and more like Monk's Birmingham did.

Slow, ponderous and easy to nullify.

Please, Wednesday... Give me a reason to make my voice hoarse through shouting and singing again.

 

Have to say the atmosphere has been very poor, it almost as though the crowd have just given up. Theres so much silence you can practically hear the players talking to eachother on the pitch. 

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I wasn't going to go today after the Cardiff disgrace, but forced myself to go and wish I hadn't. Driving to the game I feared it would be more of the same. And it was. 

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Turgid, percentages football I'm afraid.

 

Was always going to be the plan with the squad we have.

 

We don't have an ounce of imagination in the whole team apart from Bannan.

 

When is the last time a player did something unexpected and out of the ordinary? (Rhodes hat trick does not count).

 

Too easy to play against.

 

No urgency and not enough ideas once we get the ball. Slow and ponderous is correct.

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Felt it for a few years tbh. Haven't been since new year's day last year and its really sad for me to feel the way I do. I just don't miss it. I never wish I was going. I prefer spending the day with the family and going to concerts every now and again. 

 

Im obviously not a 'real' fan these days. Love wednesday. Always have and always will but I don't seriusly think about or consider driving up to Hillsborough from Leicester these days.

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I'm genuinely surprised when we score.

 

I'm constantly un-surprised when we concede.

 

In fairness, we rarely get hammered... but rarely score freely. A lot of close games. More often than not we'll lose those close games if we dont draw them. We regularly realise that the opposition can play football far better than we can, actually stringing passes together. Most the time we realise that the level of competition isn't all that - and wonder why the hell we make such hard work of things.

 

Sometimes, just sometimes, we'll do really well - or rather, as well as you'd expect the players to do.  That's what keeps us going.

 

Been like that for years

 

 

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I'm currently at Center Parcs in Cumbria. Only 2nd game I've missed this season. I was pottery painting with my daughter this afternoon. I'm sure that was far more exciting than watching Wednesday. 

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Missed more games than I’ve been to this season. Can’t see me renewing my season tickets. Not getting the buzz I used to, I think there will be 1000’s of us that feel the same way.

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Chansiri won't want a play-off chance missed, as well as Monk has done with none of his own players these kinds of awful results must put his job at risk.

 

For all we know he is on a short contract.

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14 minutes ago, s6 owl said:

Slow, ponderous and easy to nulify that has been us for years you can't blame Monk for that.

 

Well, we weren’t like that under Bruce - and he had largely the same squad of players.

 

Since then we’ve added the likes of Borner, Harris, Luongo, Murphy etc.  None of those are world beaters but all have been decent additions to the squad.

 

Monk should be getting more out of this team IMO.

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Can't get excited anymore

 

Not good for a horse. Have you tried those little blue pills ?

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If the shithousery being reported on the radio is true you have to ask what have we become, turning off power to the dressing room is poor, I don’t want a manager at our club that is capable of such crappy tactics.

 

 

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Yep, I’m with you on this post. Wednesday are such a waste of my time at the moment not to mention the negative effect that they have on my state of mind !

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The turgid football that we have been served up in the last few seasons will not do DC any favors at all when it comes to convincing supporters like myself to spend hundreds of pounds on season tickets.Having just come into a cash windfall,i'm now extremely reluctant to purchasing a 1-3 year season ticket.:tango:

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The atmosphere today was abhorrent. Genuinely poisonous. No singing, just 90s minutes of getting heckled about crying on wembley way today. The sanitisation process hits the next low for me. Absolutely the opposite reason why I fell in love with football, its absolutely silent. 

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