Sheffield Wednesday journalist Nancy Frostick has been sharing some insight concerning the current behind-the-scenes feeling at the Yorkshire club.
On the subject of the current mood at the club behind the scenes and their summer transfer business, Frostick had this to say on the matter.
He said: “It definitely sort of feels like something’s changing behind the scenes, there’s a bit of a sort of swell of positivity.
“The new kits have gone down really well since they’ve signed a deal with Macron, and smaller things, even just hospitality and all those elements, that previously, fans had some grumbles with, but now, they look to be really picking up.
“I think you can see, with the type of player that’s come in, that’s Darren sort of having his influence and really working with the recruitment team.
“I mean, you never know how it’s going to go in League One, especially when it’s a big club like Wednesday sort of having to battle down there, and it can really sometimes spur other teams on, but they’ve done pretty much everything that they could have done at this point of the transfer window, and they’ve just given themselves the tools to have a good crack at it, really.”
Last season saw Wednesday get relegated from the Championship after finishing in last place with 41 points after winning 12, drawing 11 and losing 23 of their 46 league games, as well as having a six-point deduction which ultimately proved critical (per Sky Sports).
TIF Thoughts on Nancy Frostick’s comments on the current mood at Wednesday…
Taking into account how disappointing their previous season was, it’s good to hear from Frostick that there is a different and more positive feeling at the club at the moment.
Are you confident that Wednesday will get promoted this season?
Given how Wednesday have brought in a significant number of new players into the club this summer, as Frostick mentioned, it’s clear to see that Moore and the owners of the club are determined to have a successful campaign in League One and get back to the Championship next season.
However, given how the Owls only managed to secure one point during their 0-0 draw against Charlton Athletic in the first game of their season, everyone at the club will undoubtedly be hoping for a win in their upcoming match against Doncaster Rovers.