Sheffield Wednesday may be on an abysmal run of form but Joey Pelupessy believes there is leadership and enough good feeling in the squad to turn things around.
The Owls have won just one of their last ten league games and the exclusion of Keiren Westwood and Sam Hutchinson from the first-team has created frustration amongst the fanbase. However, Pelupessy states that the same can’t be said of the squad, admitting that while they are disappointed, the mood is not necessarily bad.
The 26-year-old also acknowledged that he and his teammates need to start performing to a higher standard, pointing out a need to “wake up”. Supporters are not accepting of his comments, though, and many have responded by criticising the player’s footballing ability, which sums up the feeling amongst Wednesday fans at the moment.
That is unlikely to change until more desire is shown on the pitch and results improve, which currently looks unlikely given recent defeats to Reading and Luton.
Here are some of the things being said about the midfielder.
I hope I never see this clown in a Wednesday shirt ever again.
— Tim Wild (@TW_SWFC1867) February 18, 2020
One of the worst I’ve seen in a Wednesday shirt
— Phil Dimelow (@dimelowphil) February 18, 2020
What a lot of words to say nothing. Actions speak louder than words Joey, still waiting for the reaction after Blackburn, and Barnsley, and Luton, and Millwall, and stoke …..
— Adam Milner (@adamtmilner) February 18, 2020
What’s the mood in the camp then?? Can’t see.
— Dave Wawaw (@WawawDave) February 18, 2020
Part of the problem he’s not good enough
— ian chambers82 (@IChambers82) February 18, 2020
I wouldn’t have him in a 5 a side team, it’s criminal and beyond belief that he is anywhere near a championship squad
— . (@IorfaIsBoss) February 18, 2020
Do you agree with your fellow supporters that Pelupessy simply isn’t good enough, or have they taken a harsh response to his comments? Share your view below…
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