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Mr Chansiri Put Owls In China Crisis


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The Owls fans got really excited when Mr Chansiri stepped in to save the club,but ever since he as moved in,the club as just gone on a downward trend,because he knew nothing about English football,and as not never got someone in to help him out,like setting up a Director of the club,O.k the First season he stepped in we did o.k,but then some choices of managers he chose as been shocking,except for Steven Bruce who was doing o.k until Newcastle in the Premiership moved in,Josh and Monk have been really bad managers at the club,an look at the squad now Tony Pulis as got to work with,we are over the place,no left back & centre forward,hope Mr Chansiri back Pulis in the transfer window or we will end up going down

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3 hours ago, 1295galaxy said:

The Owls fans got really excited when Mr Chansiri stepped in to save the club,but ever since he as moved in,the club as just gone on a downward trend,because he knew nothing about English football,and as not never got someone in to help him out,like setting up a Director of the club,O.k the First season he stepped in we did o.k,but then some choices of managers he chose as been shocking,except for Steven Bruce who was doing o.k until Newcastle in the Premiership moved in,Josh and Monk have been really bad managers at the club,an look at the squad now Tony Pulis as got to work with,we are over the place,no left back & centre forward,hope Mr Chansiri back Pulis in the transfer window or we will end up going down

Mr Chansiri is not on the pitch.   Both Sheffield clubs are suffering from lack of confidence.  

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4 hours ago, barry-333 said:

Mr Chansiri is not on the pitch.   Both Sheffield clubs are suffering from lack of confidence.  

And skill. And talent.

I'm afraid to say that. having watched both teams in action on TV, both squads are simply out of their depth for the league they're in.

United would/could dominate the Championship.

Wednesday would probably be successful in the First.

 

Bluntly, the current players don't possess the skills required.

 

 

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in the boss we trust,he will sort it,he will realise his mistakes that have cost him millions and i am sure he will sort it,but things are bleak as we stand ,players OMG awfull,ground needs millions to sort out,i just hope he takes advice.the main problem his family are used to being able to work without restrictions and folk telling them what they can spend,modern business doesnt work like that,but this is football.

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Over paying players cause anger between players,as Foresteri is a good example of that,he was brilliant before Fletcher came along,then he found out about what Fletch was getting paid,and decided not to go to the Norwich game,then is career at the Owls went on a down turn,Wilder does the right thing at United makes every player on the same wages,the money Mr Chasiri as spent at the club is just amazing,even Pulis keeps saying that,but just look at our team now,and the form at Hillsborough is just rubbish,and feel sorry for them with season tickets,hope Pulis is backed in January,and like to see how many players in this current squad keep the places

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It looks like the Owls are going back to the austere times of 1974-75 when under Steve Burtenshaw and Len Ashhurst. A relegation to the third tier occurred during that time too. Will the Star be launching another 'Save our Owls' campaign any time soon ?

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Chansiri did appoint two football directors to head a 3 man team when he first took over, Adam Pearson was appointed along with Glenn Roeder who were to be "Sporting Directors" to work alongside and with Stuart Gray, he then chose to do away with them all and now says there will be no director of football.

It all fell on its head in season 2, a huge overspend and poor strategy and planning left no margin for error, it was very poor judgement and an insane business decision, but not un redeemable had players been sold and suitable replacements brought in and wages trimmed, but DC chose not to do this and as a result the side have nose dived and the players are all now leaving for free and DC is bleating about how much its cost him and the club are recruiting  bargain buys as it struggles to balance the books.

Its all very worrying and doesnt bode well for the anticipated drop into league 1,where there are sides far more capable than Wednesday and with a lot more heart and fight, not to mention quality too.

And so an era that promised much and begun so well has turned very bitter, and I fear the worst is yet to come.

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4 hours ago, staninoodle said:

Chansiri did appoint two football directors to head a 3 man team when he first took over, Adam Pearson was appointed along with Glenn Roeder who were to be "Sporting Directors" to work alongside and with Stuart Gray, he then chose to do away with them all and now says there will be no director of football.

It all fell on its head in season 2, a huge overspend and poor strategy and planning left no margin for error, it was very poor judgement and an insane business decision, but not un redeemable had players been sold and suitable replacements brought in and wages trimmed, but DC chose not to do this and as a result the side have nose dived and the players are all now leaving for free and DC is bleating about how much its cost him and the club are recruiting  bargain buys as it struggles to balance the books.

Its all very worrying and doesnt bode well for the anticipated drop into league 1,where there are sides far more capable than Wednesday and with a lot more heart and fight, not to mention quality too.

And so an era that promised much and begun so well has turned very bitter, and I fear the worst is yet to come.

The worst is most definitely yet to come, the "success" of that first season gave DC the belief that he could go it alone in English football and he's yet to admit that he can't, very worrying.

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