The journalist spoke about Izzy Brown’s continued absence, Callum Paterson’s angry outburst and the fact that at the moment, he feels that club has no clear plan. The point on Brown, in particular, generated plenty of discussion.
Many fans were not happy as they feel that Brown is a creative spark who can help the Owls get some more goals in the side. They only have ten goals this season (SofaScore), the second-lowest in the division, so perhaps Brown could be the man to bring more attacking prowess to the side.
Brown could be the missing creative link for the club. Last season for Luton, Brown scored one goal and picked up seven assists in 25 appearances, whilst also managing 2.1 key passes a game and 2 successful dribbles per game, via WhoScored. These stats, added to the struggles of the Owls, may explain why some fans want him to be getting more game time at the club, as it’s certainly easy to see that the side are missing a creative spark.
Here’s what SWFC fans had to say about, Brown, Paterson and more.
Here is what Sheffield Wednesday fans said following Dom Howson’s tweet:
When he leaves with the worst win record in the club’s history are we going to accept the reason is he didn’t have a specific type of forward, too many centre backs and not enough time to figure out if Izzy Brown can play?
— Breadbïn (@Breadbin00) December 13, 2020
Monk identified the lack of pace and youth, qualities obviously not appreciated by either the staff who are already here and TP by the look of it
— Chris @Caistor Owl (@caistorowl) December 13, 2020
“Put himself about in midfield” this is our striker 😂
— Matty yelnats (@MatthewStanle19) December 13, 2020
I hope Patterson never pulls on an Owls shirt again.He is a waste of a wage.Utter dross.
— Nuff Sed (@NuffSed8) December 13, 2020
Unleash the #Classof19.
Fortune favours the bold.
— Hymphry R Memebomber (@jon_hinchliffe) December 13, 2020
— Honest Fred (@FredHonest) December 13, 2020
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