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"Without a doubt... They've experienced a lot in their careers. Westy, Chey, Leesy, they all know how it works"

 

"They have to sacrifice for the team, and they've been doing that. When you get a result it energises you."


 


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5 minutes ago, areNOTwhatTHEYseem said:

It's all a bit, well, Sheffield United though, isn't it?

 

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Yes - massively


And our fans do it once they hear a player or manager say it


Sad times

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No Neil

Its what’s been missing 

The key factor 

Who was the last great Wednesday manager who had nicknames for everyone??

Big Ron 

I rest my case 

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Just now, Ibbo48 said:

No Neil

Its what’s been missing 

The key factor 

Who was the last great Wednesday manager who had nicknames for everyone??

Big Ron 

I rest my case 

 

 

oooh good point!

But hang on... you're saying that Chris Wilder is as good as Big Ron??

 


 


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3 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:

 

 

oooh good point!

But hang on... you're saying that Chris Wilder is as good as Big Ron??

 

Well until this season you couldn’t argue with Chrissys results, could you?

At the end of the day it was always 

Shez, Hirsty, Irish, Kingy etc 

Dont think anyone was unhappy about that 

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54 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:

 

"Without a doubt... They've experienced a lot in their careers. Westy, Chey, Leesy, they all know how it works"

 

"They have to sacrifice for the team, and they've been doing that. When you get a result it energises you."

Reach (nesher)

Westwood (badboy)

Bannan (bannon)

Hutch (crutch)

Izzy (lazyboy)

Patterson (lol)

 

Just a few.

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Its not the manager though is it, its the players themselves ?

When they are training and playing practice drills, when Lee's has the ball for example and he looks up for a short pass, the receiver is hardly going to shout " Tom, Tom, here!!!

Guaranteed it's the players who will shout Leesy, Bazza-Westy etc etc.

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