A Good Start
So, we got off to a good start under Garry Monk, scoring two goals and keeping a clean sheet in the process. Getting that first three points under the new manager was always going to be crucial to settle everyone down, and while it wasn’t the complete performance, we got the job done. In the
I planned to type up my thoughts on today’s victory against Huddersfield, but I feel Sam Winnall deserves a quick mention after coming off the bench to score in Garry Monk’s first game in charge. Monk has been known to opt for systems which make use of two attackers where possible, and Winnall more than
Good First Impressions
After hearing from Garry Monk in his initial press conference last week, I was eager to hear more from him ahead of his first game in charge. The press conference last Friday was relatively short, and the pre-match presser I felt would offer us a bit more insight into everything. And it did. I want
A lot has been said recently about social media in football, and it’s often been for the wrong reasons. Twitter for most footballers seems to be the platform of choice, it is for me too, and we’re now seeing more managers become active on there also. Wednesday fans will be aware that Garry Monk uses
Making The Best Of It
Today began with rumours of Danny and Nicky Cowley taking over at Huddersfield Town, with their move to the Terriers confirmed not so long ago. Alongside that came suggestions that Danny and Nicky were eager to take on the job at Wednesday, but after seeking assurances on recruitment, which weren’t forthcoming, opted against the switch
Expectations are something everyone has when it comes to football, and it’s a word that has become more prevalent over the years. At Wednesday, you could say that since the 15/16 campaign there have been higher expectations, and while for many that is promotion, so far, we’ve failed to take that step back into the
The Silence Is Over
It’s been a relatively long time coming, but Sheffield Wednesday have finally appointed a permanent manager to replace Steve Bruce who jumped ship in pre season. Multiple names were linked to the job, but it’s Garry Monk who the chairman has opted for, in what I feel is a solid appointment. I wasn’t ITK on
I’ve been considering writing a Wednesday piece for a few weeks now, but I wanted to see how we faired in the run-up to the first international break of the season. Like most, if not all Wednesday fans, I felt our opening run of games offered a great opportunity for us to get points on
From Hero To Zero
Steve Bruce has gone froma potential hero to a definite zero.
We Must Learn From Our Mistakes
We look to be correcting mistakes of the past, but it’s vital we’ve learnt from them.