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29 minutes ago, andytrig said:

Agree with the manager on this one. Out fan base, and I’m sure that of most other clubs can be borderline bi-polar at times.


This season is going to be tougher than any for years. What would have been a mid-table finish will see us survive by the skin of our teeth, yet there are some on here who genuinely believe (unless I missing a massive amount of irony) promotion is achievable. To finish 6th we’ll need a net points haul of circa 72, meaning actually getting 84, which is top 3 form.


It is going to be a long haul to get out of the bottom 3 and every defeat will seem to be magnified as it will drag us further in to a relegation fight, and we the fans need to realise this and have a sense of perspective and patience. Yes, we’ve won 3 games so far this season and kept 3 clean sheets but there is still a flip load to do if we are going to survive this season.
 

 

Think if Wednesday stop up in the circumstances of points deduction and state of the playing staff end of last season it would count as the clubs greatest achievement in last 20 years.

Fans get carried away after 1 good result, any talk of top 6 is laughable.

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1 minute ago, S36 OWL said:

 

Spot on mate. If Chansiri had run things correctly we wouldn't be in this mess. Only one person to blame here. 

 

 

 

When you finish making your time machine, you could go back and change history, mistakes have been which are being rectified.

 

Sep 18th 2047:. S36 OWL posted..."this Champions League title to add to the Premier League is a hollow success for me, if Chansiri had run things corr.......etc etc etc repeat to fade...yaaaaawn"

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Just now, Mr Farrell said:

 

It isn't made up mate. It's the real deal. Get behind our big ginger monkey.

I am 100% behind the club and whoever represents it. It doesn't mean I can't have an opinion which may not be totally the same as other people. Opinions are what they are it doesn't mean they are negative or positive or somewhere in between. They are views expressed for others to consider and agree or disagree or take a neutral view. 

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3 minutes ago, S36 OWL said:

 

Spot on mate. If Chansiri had run things correctly we wouldn't be in this mess. Only one person to blame here. 

Also hilarious how those calling for a united fanbase have to preface their support of the comment by clarifying that they are "not a fan of Monk". 

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3 minutes ago, DJMortimer said:

 

Plenty of players and managers would beg to differ.

 

But NEIL is right; channelled carefully, the points penalty can be a motivational tool for the squad. A few early positive results would be a big lift as well.

Corrected it for you. 

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45 minutes ago, A12owl said:

Where is this quote from. I havn't seen it anywhere. 

 

 

It takes less than a second to google the first sentence and find the link https://www.thestar.co.uk/sport/football/sheffield-wednesday/its-peoples-livelihoods-fans-must-help-sheffield-wednesday-avoid-unthinkable-says-garry-monk-2975722

 

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6 minutes ago, A12owl said:

As there has been no response from the OP it could be taken as a statement made up to gain GM some kudos. 

I still agree with the sentiment but if it's a made up PR stunt by someone then it's to be questioned 

Made up PR! Whatever next? Hanging offence surely?

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Just now, Paul.. said:

OK that's sorted. Can't read the article due to the Spars restrictions. 

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34 minutes ago, A12owl said:

You didn't understand the question. 

I know who but where is it listed? Did you have a private conversation? 

 

32 minutes ago, A12owl said:

Who did he say it to? Who was the interviewer. All quotes are published somewhere these days. 

 

 

28 minutes ago, A12owl said:

Is this a quote made by the chairman of the Monk Appreciation Society. 

I agree with the sentiment 100%

Seens strange it appears a day after a Monk confidence poll appeared on here with a discussion regarding the wording. 

If Monk did truly say it then fine. If it's a fabrication by the MAS then we have to question the validity that it came from GM himself. 

Just saying like. 

 

 

25 minutes ago, A12owl said:

Something as significant as that statement must have been said to somebody in order for it to be quoted. Additionally whoever he was speaking to must have some contact with him and would more than likely posted it on madia somewhere. 

Did Neil have a private audience? 

 

17 minutes ago, A12owl said:

As there has been no response from the OP it could be taken as a statement made up to gain GM some kudos. 

I still agree with the sentiment but if it's a made up PR stunt by someone then it's to be questioned 

 

15 minutes ago, A12owl said:

In other words it's made up to gain kudos for GM. 

 

 

 

Ok now I'm getting genuinely concerned

I honestly think you're not very well currently mate


Maybe go see/talk to someone?


 


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And that’s exactly why Monk should have been sacked months ago.

Anyway we are stuck with him now so yes we need to get behind the him and the team. Hope he can do as he confidently seems to claim he can do now he has his own team around him.

We all want a winning team and promotion, let’s hope Monk can deliver.

 

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3 minutes ago, William 1867 said:

And that’s exactly why Monk should have been sacked months ago. 

 

 

That's just not a ridiculous statement - it's actually BIZARRE given the context and that you're responding to Monk's simple appeal for unity

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Just now, tomhollywood said:

So many strange angry people on here 💙



They have rage in their hearts instead of peace, love and a willingness for Monk/SWFC to do well

Maybe they need to turn to Jesus or something or go out for a long walk

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2 hours ago, The_Limit_Owl said:

Not a fan of his at all but I agree with what he's saying.   

 

We need to prove that WAWAW

 

Some of our own fans appear to want things to turn to sh.e1te just so they can wave their anti-club agendas about.

 

Its about time we circled the wagons and stuck up for our club, that's what supporters do innit?


 

absolutely...fans still slating Rhodes last week despite scoring, baffling. New season, clean slate for all and to be honest I’ve been relatively impressed with the changes and progression this preseason.

 

back Monk, back the players........oh and book the Wembley digs as well, we will be there!! 

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I've come to the conclusion now that all these people still hating on Monk, still posting hate about Rhodes etc


They're not expressing an opinion

They're simply posting any old nonsense to try and get some attention for themselves

 

It's ok having an opinion - totally fine - but I honestly truly don't believe that this IS their opinion


I am now firmly of the belief that these people have stopped posting their actual opinion and have turned instead to simply trotting out things that they think will make them sound important/credible/edgy.

Sad to see really

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2 hours ago, @owlstalk said:

 “Even when it gets tough and there are some bad results in there or bad performances or whatever it might be, we need calm in that support.” 

 

 

14 minutes ago, William 1867 said:

And that’s exactly why Monk should have been sacked months ago.

 

 

 

MINDBLOWING logic there ladies and gentlemen

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30 minutes ago, DJMortimer said:

 

Plenty of players and managers would beg to differ.

 

But Monk is right; channelled carefully, the points penalty can be a motivational tool for the squad. A few early positive results would be a big lift as well.

It's what Hughes did as he captained Leeds with a -21 point deficit

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