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Does Nigel Pearson qualify ?

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8 minutes ago, room0035 said:

Nigel Pearson

Carlton Palmer

John Sheridan

Chris Waddle

Nigel Worthington

o names few. I know Waddle only manager 1 team but can you name it without cheating. lol

 

They are just ex-players, not Wednesdayites...

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6 hours ago, HIGHERSTATE said:

Secret crush or just jealousy?

All pigs, Barnsley and Rotherham fans secretly wish they were Wednesday 

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7 hours ago, HIGHERSTATE said:

Secret crush or just jealousy?

Neither. Having been at school for 2 years with him I can safely say they is only room for one thing in Wilder’s head, and that’s himself.

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To be fair, probably a psychopathic tendancy that most football managers need to be successful. 

 

I know he manages the pigs but they've absolutely fallen on their feet with him. 

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Howard Wilkinson the best of the lot?

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tony parkes at blackburn was an owl …….

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Just now, unkastav said:

Howard Wilkinson the best of the lot?

by some distance ……if chansiri had him as his advisor I think things may be a lot better than what they are .

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 i'd guess that the great Herbert chapman was an owl …..kiveton park lad whos elder brother won the championship for the owls would suggest he was.

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6 hours ago, Rogers said:


Most Wednesday fans have lost love for football; quite frankly the game itself peaked on the 80 and 90s for me! 
 

Italia 90, Euro 96, the early Premier league. It was still honest with excitement.  The game had characters; now we’ve the likes of Raheem Sterling. 
 

Messi and Ronaldo are brilliant, and we’ve had ZZ and others. But generally meh 

What's wrong with Sterling?

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Ian Holloway has a huge soft spot for us.


The owls are not what they seem.

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7 hours ago, room0035 said:

Nigel Pearson

Carlton Palmer

John Sheridan

Chris Waddle

Nigel Worthington

Chris Turner

Jim Smith

Paul Hurst

 

 

To names few. I know Waddle only manager 1 team but can you name it without cheating. lol

Bradford?

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4 hours ago, TomtheOwl95 said:

What's wrong with Sterling?

Has the personality of a wet tea towel 

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3 hours ago, Neal M said:

Ian Holloway has a huge soft spot for us.

His wife must be a "Wednesday Widow" in this case ....

 

 

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Don Megson....10 years here and reccomended is Son.

 

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10 hours ago, dumboldowl said:

Does Nigel Pearson qualify ?

Nope, played for us, lives in Sheffield but has no emotional attachment to us

 

in my world its the emotional attachment that counts

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10 hours ago, Grez Bez said:

 

They are just ex-players, not Wednesdayites...

Most of them you see down at Hillsborough on a match day, most of them speak openly for their love for the club and all of them watch for our results does that not make them fans of the club?????

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25 minutes ago, longreach said:

Don Megson....10 years here and reccomended is Son.

 

I wonder if Don was a Wednesday fan? He had no connections until he joined us, but I’m sure he must have had some affinity before he became a manager As for his son though...........

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