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I highly doubt there would be another fanbase in this situation who would rather blame the players than the man running the show.

 

Any other club of our size there would be unified protests against the ownership.

 

At Sheffield Wednesday however...

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11 minutes ago, SallyCinnamon said:

The people who defend Chansiri don’t support Sheffield Wednesday anymore. Been brainwashed - they support Chansiri FC. 



It's definitely make your mind up time in my view


You either support Sheffield Wednesday now or you support Chansiri


You cant possibly do both anymore

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2 minutes ago, SallyCinnamon said:


They can. But I question whether it’s in the interests of Sheffield Wednesday. Which is worrying. 

 

You said they don't support Sheffield Wednesday

 

Divisive and unhelpful when we should be pulling together

 

 

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Just now, happy bunny said:

 

You said they don't support Sheffield Wednesday

 

Divisive and unhelpful when we should be pulling together

 

 

 


The fans excusing Chansiri's actions aren't pulling together though are they?

They're backing a Thai businessman who's come in out of the blue, over and above the needs and best interests of SWFC

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I've got a feeling when old DC is out of the club, they'll be a lot of accounts that have posted in this thread defending his practices that will never post or login again

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2 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:



It's definitely make your mind up time in my view


You either support Sheffield Wednesday now or you support Chansiri


You cant possibly do both anymore

I don’t support Chansiri or the players, I want them all out.

 

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4 minutes ago, happy bunny said:

 

You said they don't support Sheffield Wednesday

 

Divisive and unhelpful when we should be pulling together

 

 

Paying staff in full and on time helps pull people together

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9 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:

 

 

If you wake up on payday and you check your bank and the money hasn't gone in YOU HAVE NOT BEEN PAID

Not sure why you're struggling to grasp this one - it's really REALLY simple

 

Your employer would also be in breach of contract. 

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4 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:

 


The fans excusing Chansiri's actions aren't pulling together though are they?

They're backing a Thai businessman who's come in out of the blue, over and above the needs and best interests of SWFC

 

Kicking lumps out of each other and name calling is really  helping

 

2 minutes ago, Big Malc said:

Paying staff in full and on time helps pull people together

 

Agreed, DC deserves to be taken to task over this

 

However, slagging off fellow fans who have different opinions is wrong

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7 minutes ago, happy bunny said:

 

Are you saying people are not allowed an opinion that is different to yours

 

Very dangerous ground

The position that people should be paid in full on time is not an opinion it’s the law. There is no difference of opinion. 

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1 minute ago, kobayashi said:

The position that people should be paid in full on time is not an opinion it’s the law. There is no difference of opinion. 

 

100% 

 

It's not a shades of grey moral issue. 


It's a black and white, have they or haven't they been paid?

 

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29 minutes ago, happy bunny said:

 

You said they don't support Sheffield Wednesday

 

Divisive and unhelpful when we should be pulling together

 

 


What’s the point?

 

We’ve had a leak that players weren’t paid their wages a day before the biggest game in recent history. And we have people bending over backwards to find excuses for that catastrophic error on the eve of a huge huge game.

 

How can we unite when there’s still a worryingly large proportion of the fanbase in support of Chansiri and his running of the club? 

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1 hour ago, Therealrealist said:

Yeah we are screwed...DC has probably run out of funds..but it shudnt ever be used as an excuse to justify the half arsedness of our players..the reason we will probably go down is we lost twice to a shocking rovrum outfit

 

Half arsedness?

If I'd not been paid in time for God knows how many times this year - I'd not even show up til I was paid.

 

The players did fantastically just to even show. Fair play to them

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1 hour ago, S36 OWL said:

 

Your employer would also be in breach of contract. 

 

The players will have been told they are being paid late , not ideal I know but no excuse as a footballer to not give your all , btw I hate Chansiri and want him gone so not defending him.

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1 hour ago, kobayashi said:

The position that people should be paid in full on time is not an opinion it’s the law. There is no difference of opinion. 

 

I never said it was, the point was the opinion of DC dividing the fans and the crap that people are bellowing at each other

 

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1 hour ago, SallyCinnamon said:


What’s the point?

 

We’ve had a leak that players weren’t paid their wages a day before the biggest game in recent history. And we have people bending over backwards to find excuses for that catastrophic error on the eve of a huge huge game.

 

How can we unite when there’s still a worryingly large proportion of the fanbase in support of Chansiri and his running of the club? 

 

We simply have to unite, having a difference of opinion shouldn't ever be so divisive that insults are acceptable

 

 

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12 minutes ago, happy bunny said:

 

We simply have to unite, having a difference of opinion shouldn't ever be so divisive that insults are acceptable

 

 

 

 

I agree

 

Time for everyone to chill a bit


We're all Wednesday fans - stop attacking each other

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