To say that Steve Bruce has done a good job would be somewhat of an understatement, wouldn’t it? Sheffield Wednesday have been great under his watch and that stretches back until January, a show of how far this team have quickly come.
With the play-offs still being the faintest of possibilities, Wednesday cannot stop believing and must entrust the manager who has taken them so far already. To think that they were nearer to the drop zone than the top six when Steve Bruce took over is a testament to his ability and the team’s turnaround in performances.
For that to continue past this season though, you Steel City giants clearly must ensure the vast majority of influential players are kept and new, improved squad players are added.
As one of the main men, there is no way the Owls can sanction the sale of Adam Reach and he must continue playing a valuable part to the team. Reach, (who is valued at £3.6 million on Transfermarkt) is a top professional that has been sensational for Sheffield Wednesday this season.
After interest surrounded him in January, the sale of their influential wide man must be avoided at all costs, especially if promotion is a realistic aim. Indeed, even if there is a shock return to the Premier League, the team needs to be built around him, whatever the division.
Not going up shouldn’t lead to his sale. It just can’t.
There is no doubt that Sheffield Wednesday are a far greater side with him in it and now Reach has made the peak age of 26, the Owls can only expect things to get better for him.
Whether it’s scoring from distance, breaking up play or assisting his team-mates, Adam Reach has the quality in every aspect of the game to make a real difference and he must remain at Hillsborough for good things to happen.
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