The start of the Championship season has been a struggle for Sheffield Wednesday due to the 12 point deduction they were given to begin the campaign.
It looks very bleak for manager Garry Monk currently, and the results of a survey have shown that he does not have the support of many of the Owls fan base.
Senior football writer for Yorkshire Live, Ricky Charlesworth, tweeted out: ‘Almost 2,000 #SWFC fans responded to our Garry Monk survey – and it makes pretty grim reading… Just 7 per cent of respondees believe GM deserves more time.’
It is very worrying that a lot of fans don’t have faith in the manager and he is probably quite lucky that fans are not allowed in stadiums at the moment as it could have created quite a toxic atmosphere.
Here is what Wednesday fans have said about Monk upon hearing about the survey:
Almost 2,000 #SWFC fans responded to our Garry Monk survey – and it makes pretty grim reading…
Just 7 per cent of respondees believe GM deserves more time…..https://t.co/D00x4R7e30
— Ricky Charlesworth (@Ricky_C90) November 1, 2020
But not surprising. Fans always think they know better than the manager.
— martin langhorn (@martowler) November 1, 2020
The pandemic has saved his job. If fans were allowed in I’m not sure he’d have survived the ‘MUST WIN’ v Boro last season. Attrocious.
— Paul Pashley (@MrPaulPashley) November 1, 2020
Well he has lost 45% of games while he’s been in charge absolutely awful record even worse then jos who lost 40% chansiri really has a lot to answer for
— Luke Askham (@Luke_Askham) November 1, 2020
Well what did you expect we are not winning football matches are we
— Eddie Lowe (@EddieLo42024700) November 1, 2020
He’s got to go https://t.co/bsBRk4EYea
— Jeff Orton (@onefurlongout) November 1, 2020
We’re the seven percent all Monk family members or close friends?
— Andy McElwaine (@andymcelwaine) November 1, 2020
In other Owls-related news, have a read here of how fans reacted following one of their most recent fixtures!
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