Sport Pundit suggests difficulties in potential Chansiri departure at Sheffield Wednesday
Sheffield Wednesday player attracting interest of Championship clubs
Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Joey Pelupessy is attracting the attentions of unnamed clubs in the Championship but remains open to extending his stay at Hillsborough, according to the Sheffield Star. Pelupessy is one of the group of Sheffield Wednesday players who are set to be out of contract at the end of the current campaign. It […]Pelupessy is one of the group of Sheffield Wednesday players who are set to be out of contract at the end of the current campaign. It is thought that the midfielder has been part of conversations with numerous teams outside of England, with him being free to sign a pre-contract agreement with those sides due to being in the last few months of his current deal.
Sheffield Wednesday favourite Carlton Palmer has predicted club owner Dejphon Chansiri will remain beyond the end of this season.
With relegation to League One looking like a, there had been over whether the Thai businessman would stay on at Hillsborough beyond this wretched campaign.
However, Palmer, who represented the Owls onin the Premier League, has exclusively told he expects Chansiri to continue at the helm:
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“It’s not going to be as easy as that right now. You’ve got to remember, it’s Covid, this, that, the other.
“It’s not going to be as easy as that to sell the football club and the chairman, the one thing that nobody can argue about, they can argue about his running of the football club, but they can’t argue about the money that he’s put into the football club. It’s just been misguided in my opinion.”
Wednesday’s survival chances suffered another major dent on Good Friday when theyto Watford before Birmingham City, situated directly above the drop zone, against high-flying Swansea.
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Former Sheffield Wednesday boss Garry Monk believes that the club’s policy to let players run down their contracts isn’t helping. The Owls face a real battle to stay in the Championship this season, but no matter what happens between now and May, it’s going to be a very busy summer at Hillsborough, with 13 senior […]The Owls face a real battle to stay in the Championship this season, but no matter what happens between now and May, it’s going to be a very busy summer at Hillsborough, with 13 senior players seeing their deals up in the coming months.