Dom Howson’s latest tweet has left many Sheffield Wednesday fans fuming at the comments made by the club’s manager Garry Monk.
Monk was recently asked about the situations of Keiren Westwood and Sam Hutchinson. Howson wrote an article about what Monk said, as he talked about ‘successful environments’ and how he knows what one looks like when touching upon the duo’s current absence from the squad.
Will Monk stay till the end of the season?
Yes, he has that credit in the bag
No, he'll be gone soon
Howson relayed this article on Twitter, quoting the same comments from Monk. Many Wednesday fans saw it and it left them angry at what Monk had to say.
Successful environment! And Monk in same sentence as a manager!! #Monkout
— ‘dee-dah’ Orreight. (@wonderousdm) February 16, 2020
Monk out Luton proved he is not up to the job
— Al (@al_alowl) February 16, 2020
Two good players that love the club it’s becoming a joke
— Glynis Charlesworth (@Charlesw1Glynis) February 16, 2020
What a joker
— Phil Dimelow (@dimelowphil) February 16, 2020
A successful environment! Pull the other one Monk. You’re doing a shocking job of creating a successful environment
— John Paul (@walthamowl82) February 16, 2020
They will be here when your gone in a few weeks.
— Social Disorder (@SocialDisorder8) February 16, 2020
So far this season, Hutchinson has made 24 appearances in all competitions for the Owls, with 23 coming in the Championship. He has one goal and two assists to his name but hasn’t played in the league since playing 45 minutes in the 5-0 loss to Blackburn Rovers.
As for Westwood, he has made 14 appearances in the Championship this season. The 35-year-old goalkeeper has kept only four clean sheets and conceded 15 goals. His last appearance for the side came against West Bromwich Albion back in November.
What do we think?
While only Monk knows what is going wrong behind the scenes and fans can only speculate, Westwood and Hutchinson are two older members of the side. Though considering the club have won just a single game of their last ten Championship outings, the older heads may be able to play a role at some point.