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Sheffield Wednesday: Fans slam Lewis Gibson’s display v Bolton

Sheffield Wednesday: Fans slam Lewis Gibson’s display v Bolton -Sheffield Wednesday News

Many Sheffield Wednesday fans have been slamming the performance of Lewis Gibson in their 1-0 home win against Bolton in League One on Saturday afternoon.

Darren Moore’s team were spared their blushes when Lee Gregory scored midway through the second half to give them all three points at Hillsborough.

Gibson endured a pretty torrid first half in the eyes of several Owls supporters and was even taken off by Moore before the second half began.

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The defender, who is on loan from Everton, failed to make a single interception or tackle and also lost possession of the ball on 13 separate occasions (Sofascore), which is quite alarming considering that he only played for 45 minutes.

Journalist Joe Crann actually thought that he was ‘excellent’ and ‘so comfortable’ with the ball, but a lot of Wednesday supporters seemed to disagree with him, as shown by the regularity with which the 21-year-old lost possession.

Sheff Wed fans on Gibson display

These Owls fans on Twitter slammed Gibson’s performance, with a couple even going as far as to claim that he was ‘shocking’:

“Must have been watching a different player. He almost cost us early on in the first half”

Credit: @mickenell

“Nearly had us 1-0 down in the first minute.”

Credit: @bevisonswfc

“He’s been dreadful with it! What are you watching?”

Credit: @JohnDBell1985

“He wants too much time on ball, didn’t look up to the pace”

Credit: @Roemeister86

“He was shocking today”

Credit: @StephenWragg3

“He was shocking, why do you think they took him off?”

Credit: @JamieSheltshere

In other news, find out which Owls player is now back in training


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