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Sport Plans for pivotal Chansiri talks emerge, SWFC fans will be begging for positive news - opinion

22:45  17 may  2021
22:45  17 may  2021 Source:   footballfancast.com

Carlton Palmer slams key Sheffield Wednesday figure for not making crucial club addition

  Carlton Palmer slams key Sheffield Wednesday figure for not making crucial club addition Former Sheffield Wednesday player Carlton Palmer believes Dejphon Chansiri is being ‘badly advised’ as he failed to bring in a director of football to Hillsborough to help with player recruitment. When Chansiri spoke to Wednesday’s fan engagement panel last month, he stated once again that he saw no value in an upstairs figure taking control […]When Chansiri spoke to Wednesday’s fan engagement panel last month, he stated once again that he saw no value in an upstairs figure taking control of recruitment and other club matters as he believes the manager should have the final say.

a group of baseball players playing a football game: Darren Moore on the touch-line © Provided by Football FanCast Darren Moore on the touch-line

Sheffield Wednesday manager Darren Moore is set to meet with Dejphon Chansiri for transfer talks in the coming weeks.

What’s the latest?

That’s according to a report by Yorkshire Live, who claim that the 47-year-old manager will hold talks with the Owls owner in the coming week in order to establish his summer transfer budget.

At present, the report states that Moore is in the dark as to how much he will be allowed to spend in the upcoming transfer window, while also touching upon the fact that Wednesday are still currently under a transfer embargo – although explain that this is expected to be lifted prior to the transfer market opening next month.

'That says it all' - Pundit left fuming at what key SWFC figure has said

  'That says it all' - Pundit left fuming at what key SWFC figure has said Pundit Carlton Palmer has been fuming at the latest comments from Sheffield Wednesday owner Dejphon Chansiri. Chansiri had recently confirmed that he’s not looking to bring in a director of football at Sheffield Wednesday, claiming that the manager has to have the final say on the recruitment at the Yorkshire-based club. Chansiri has also previously […]Chansiri had recently confirmed that he’s not looking to bring in a director of football at Sheffield Wednesday, claiming that the manager has to have the final say on the recruitment at the Yorkshire-based club.

Fans will be hoping for good news

Following a miserable 2020/21 Championship campaign for Wednesday, which saw the Owls finish in 24th place in the second tier standings, as well as having points deducted for breaching financial regulations, fans will undoubtedly be hoping for a fresh start in League One.

Something that should help the club feel as if it is rejuvenated ahead of next season is the sheer amount of players who will be leaving upon the expiry of their current deals, with no less than 17 first-team players due to depart Hillsborough next month.

In theory, this should be good news for Moore, as, with a number of players on extremely inflated wages – such as the £35k-per-week Jordan Rhodes, the £26k-per-week Izzy Brown and the £22k-per-week Tom Lees to name but a few – expected to leave the club, one would imagine that a large chunk of wage budget will be freed up for the 47-year-old this summer.

‘Your fault’, ‘Face the music’ – These Sheffield Wednesday fans slam key figure after relegation confirmed

  ‘Your fault’, ‘Face the music’ – These Sheffield Wednesday fans slam key figure after relegation confirmed Sheffield Wednesday’s relegation was confirmed this afternoon as they drew 3-3 with Derby County in a game they needed to win. Frustratingly for the Owls, three points would’ve been enough as fellow strugglers Rotherham United failed to beat Cardiff. Nevertheless, they couldn’t get a fourth goal, so they will be playing in League One next […]Frustratingly for the Owls, three points would’ve been enough as fellow strugglers Rotherham United failed to beat Cardiff. Nevertheless, they couldn’t get a fourth goal, so they will be playing in League One next season.

However, with Chansiri likely to want to avoid a repeat of being unable to pay the playing staff, as was the case on a number of occasions this season, it is questionable just how much of the money saved in wages will be given back to Moore to spend.

Regardless, fans of Wednesday will undoubtedly be begging for some positive news to come from Moore and Chansiri’s talks – in order for them to be able to begin looking forward to their club’s future once again.

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Nixon drops worrying Chansiri update that will surely outrage Sheffield Wednesday fans - opinion .
Dejphon Chansiri is yet to pay the Sheffield Wednesday playing staffs’ wages for the months of March and April. What’s the latest? That’s according to The Sun journalist Alan Nixon, who claimed in a recent post on Twitter that the Sheffield Wednesday players have not received a paycheque since February. A report by The Telegraph […]That’s according to The Sun journalist Alan Nixon, who claimed in a recent post on Twitter that the Sheffield Wednesday players have not received a paycheque since February.

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