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On 06/03/2019 at 16:26, abbeyedges said:

The new Wednesday? Is this the one that was formed in 1867 or the Sheffield Wednesday that was formed in 1929?

 

Wednesday fans must be very disappointed that after all the money that's been spent and having been in the Championship for 5 more years than the Blades they've never really troubled the top two places. 

 

And yet yet the Blades in only their second season with a rag and tag, second hand bunch of misfits find themselves in the top three with only 11 games left. 

 

What's the new Wednesday to be called?

 

Chansiri Wednesday? That'll suit his ego. And you'll all continue your love in with the guy. 

United were wasting money long before Wednesday had any to waste

On 06/03/2019 at 15:32, woodview said:

Another 0-0 and the play-offs are imminent!Got to admire your blind optimism. Good luck though.

Its more the fact we restricted a good top 3 side to scraps while nearly nicking it ourselves, and with no decent attacking options

 

Unless you don't consider yourself a good top 3 side

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3 hours ago, redbig said:

United were wasting money long before Wednesday had any to waste

Its more the fact we restricted a good top 3 side to scraps while nearly nicking it ourselves, and with no decent attacking options

 

Unless you don't consider yourself a good top 3 side

We may not be the best side in the division but we're certainly in the top one.

 

(Acknowledgements to Brian Clough)

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