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3 hours ago, Mcguigan said:

Of course we are but nobody seems to want to believe it.

 

We’ve just been punished for huge overspend in 15/16, 16/17, 17/18 with a 6 point deduction.
 

We’ve not even filed 18/19 yet so how can the EFL verify our 16/17, 17/18 and 18/19 accounting period submissions.

 

The latest P&S accounting period is 

 

T2 - 18/19 accounts (not submitted)

T1 - 19/20 accounts (not submitted)

T - A forecast of 20/21 accounts due to the EFL by 1st March 21.

 

Again, how can the EFL assess our P&S submissions when we’ve not submitted them?

 

We really in deep sh7t.

 

 


P&S submission to the efl & statutory submission to companies house are very different things. 

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2 minutes ago, Yellowbelly said:

Just because someone doesn’t agree with you it doesn’t mean we fit into a little box you’ve decided to create for us, you know? You certainly have a high opinion of yourself - knowing all our motives and what our next moves are going to be.

I urge you to review the threads I was referring to to see your standpoint at the time and how it differs to your current narrrative.

 

The above post = blah blah blah... bit of personal attack... blah blah blah... I can't produce any of this abuse that Chansiri has had... blah blah


E.g. entirely as predicted in the prediction I predicted earlier in the thread

Cliche nonsense

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39 minutes ago, sw1867 said:

 

Putting the abuse issue to one side, you appear to still support DC?

 

Is this correct? If so, please can you state clearly what reasons you believe should be taken into consideration in persuading others to support him.  

 

To support what @owlstalk is saying, why had @Devonstrix not replied to this when asked to put the abuse to one side.

 

I would genuinely like to know the reasons for supporting DC and if I can be convinced I’d be behind it 100%. At the end of the day, I think what all of us want is to be proud of Wednesday again. Personally, being successful is less important than this.

 

I desperately want to be wrong aboutDC and that everything is going to be ok. Someone, anyone, please give me tangible evidence of how DC is going to steer us out of this. 

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1 minute ago, @owlstalk said:

 

The above post = blah blah blah... bit of personal attack... blah blah blah... I can't produce any of this abuse that Chansiri has had... blah blah


E.g. entirely as predicted in the prediction I predicted earlier in the thread

Cliche nonsense

It’s in about a dozen threads posted directly after DC held his Zoom press conference in December. 
It’s up to you if you read them or not, I don’t give a fig if you think I’m a liar or a fantasist but I know what I read and what your reaction to the situation was.

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To move away from the predicted distraction techniques from Chansiri's fans let's get back to the subject:

 

No new manager

No new signings of any note 

 

We have been played again haven’t we

 

What a season to make no changes in January and to risk not bringing a new manager in at all

 

This could end very badly 

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I'll tell you why we should support DC

 

Because, despite EVERYTHING you read on here and the incompetent way the club is being run right now, he keeps finding the money somehow to keep the club out of administration.

 

For that - and maybe only that - he deserves to be treated respectfully and not abused.

 

Criticised - absolutely. Lots of actions deserve criticism. But abuse? NEVER.

 

 


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Tbh, I'm not sure it matters who is in charge atm.

 

Honestly, I think Chansiri has completely gone off the deep end in terms of running the club.

 

Rather than assessing the predicament and thinking things have to change, he's doubling down, more adamant than ever that his way is the right way.

 

Just my opinion.

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9 minutes ago, sw1867 said:

 

To support what @owlstalk is saying, why had @Devonstrix not replied to this when asked to put the abuse to one side.

 

I would genuinely like to know the reasons for supporting DC and if I can be convinced I’d be behind it 100%. At the end of the day, I think what all of us want is to be proud of Wednesday again. Personally, being successful is less important than this.

 

I desperately want to be wrong aboutDC and that everything is going to be ok. Someone, anyone, please give me tangible evidence of how DC is going to steer us out of this. 

 

Because he's a lovely.

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4 hours ago, @owlstalk said:



Dunno - both I guess mate

 

I find the lack of action given our league position absolutely bizarre

I agree it’s totally crazy we have an incredibly poor and unbalanced squad no manager and it appears no urgency to rectify either.

Now is not the time to go down and rebuild.

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3 hours ago, hasthagotanycheese said:

The silence from the club is deafening.

 

However the majority of Wednesday fans are pretty canny and Im sure that when fans are allowed back in the grounds then Mr Chansiri will get the message loud and clear what we think of his stewardship of the club.

 

Regardless of what league we are in or how the team are playing, I predict that crowds / ticket revenues will be massively down as well as very vocal protests / demonstrations directed towards the owner if he dare show his face in the stands.

I think the best thing is the fans are not back in the stands even if they can.

 

If the fans decide not to let him waste more of their money and he is paying for everything, he will be losing millions and he has shown he does not have the money.

 

The only way this ends is with him leaving, because with him staying we will pay more and more to get worse and worse.

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42 minutes ago, Devonstrix said:

I’m by no means defending his running of our club, but pointing out the irony of a man and his family receiving foul abuse from some over an extended period, then some of those hurling the abuse throw a hissy about being called customers. 

 

Nobody should resort to personal abuse.

 

I suppose there will be a minority of fans to whom that applies, and you're right - that would smack of hypocrisy on their part.

 

I doubt the vast majority of those who took affront at the 'worse than customers' comment will fall into that category, though.

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I think the list of things DC has done wrong is so that 99% of Wednesday fans can only look on the next 8 days with scepticism.

 

Either these advisors he has are mis-advising him or he is just not listening to them. Either way it's a dangerous ploy that will blow up in his face should we go down

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11 minutes ago, sw1867 said:

 

To support what @owlstalk is saying, why had @Devonstrix not replied to this when asked to put the abuse to one side.

 

I would genuinely like to know the reasons for supporting DC and if I can be convinced I’d be behind it 100%. At the end of the day, I think what all of us want is to be proud of Wednesday again. Personally, being successful is less important than this.

 

I desperately want to be wrong aboutDC and that everything is going to be ok. Someone, anyone, please give me tangible evidence of how DC is going to steer us out of this. 

Sorry, just back in from walking my dogs - a bit like Keano! Phew, I see Yellowbelly has taken some of the flak now for daring to question Neil. 
 

I didn’t say I supported him. I said, ‘I’m by no means defending his running of our club...’  Its not been great, but my god he was done over by Bruce and then again allegedly by Pulis. That could be because he didn’t do his due diligence or because they were both total deceivers (have to be careful not to use foul and abusive language). So I’m just hoping, that he is indeed doing due diligence this time and that we get a good manager and some decent players. We should know this week. I’d just rather be optimistic than doom-laden until I have to be. That’s all. 

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Just now, FreshOwl said:

My parents always taught me whilst growing up, never worry about the stuff you can’t control 

 

 

That must be why Chansiri's so coooooool about our club's plight then

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1 minute ago, Devonstrix said:

Sorry, just back in from walking my dogs - a bit like Keano! Phew, I see Yellowbelly has taken some of the flak now for daring to question Neil. 
 

I didn’t say I supported him. I said, ‘I’m by no means defending his running of our club...’  Its not been great, but my god he was done over by Bruce and then again allegedly by Pulis.  

 


So now according to yourself its:

The fans fault
Steve Bruce's fault
Tony Pulis fault

 

Should we add Alan Biggs and Seth Bennett to that list too?

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1 minute ago, @owlstalk said:

 

 

That must be why Chansiri's so coooooool about our club's plight then

He can control it. We are mere spectators 

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Just now, FreshOwl said:

He can control it.  

 

Ahhhhh

 

We must have all just been viewing the league table, accounts, sale of the stadium etc all wrong then
My apologies

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