Garry Monk has given some comments ahead of Sunday’s Championship match against Bristol City.
Sheffield Wednesday, who are currently 15th in the league table, have had a difficult run under Monk this season, but the manager wants to end the term on a high.
Speaking to the media, the 40-year-old said: “One thing I can promise is there will be a team to be proud of at the end of this journey. I can promise that,” (via Yorkshire Live).
Is Garry Monk the right man for Sheffield Wednesday?
The Owls are currently six points from a top ten finish and eight points from qualifying for the play-offs (BBC Sport). It’s a tall order to ask other in-form teams to drop points, but all Wednesday can do is focus on their own upcoming games.
There has been a lot of divide this season over whether Monk is the right man for the job. However, following his recent comments, a lot of Wednesdayites are backing his corner. One fan has said ‘he has my backing’ whilst another thinks ‘he’s the right man’ moving forward.
Read more replies from the Hillsborough faithful here:
Big Statement, shows Monk has some fight and fair play to him , but let’s hope the Team’s actions speak at least as loud as his words!! 🤞🤞🦉
— Robert Bonser (@RobertEBonser) June 26, 2020
Marvellous Monk. He has a vision and a promise of better times. It will take time, but he’s the right man, surely.
— Damien Lane (@Damienlanesun) June 26, 2020
Let’s hope he can back it up then, we’ve gotta get behind him and give him a chance
— Mike Higgins (@higgins78) June 26, 2020
He has my backing. Judge him with his own team!
— Spike (@ikeiscool1986) June 26, 2020
Talk the talk now walk the walk
— gatelad 🦉🏴 (@albert_55) June 26, 2020
I hope u succeed Gary i really do
You’ve inherited a Swfc squad riddled with poison let’s hope you fine the cure x
— fids (@DavidFidler20) June 26, 2020
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