There will still be some standing in the new layout but yes will look very different when complete. I think the overall design of the north stand is quite impressive with the mix of seated and standing areas.
that soccer match was absolute dog shite fucksake an embarrassment worse than the time i got lost in glasgow and ended up needing airlifted to hospital after falling down a drain gads why the fuck did bullen persist with mcalear when he is clearly not a fitba player and only good for emptying bins daft bastard and don't get me started on dipo akinyemi he was daft to react to aaron shithead and why was paddy reading playing he is a traffic cone and is shit big changes needed for next season i would sign scott airfield and reaghan tumilty and get an experienced assistant in like frank lampard or sandy stewart in to give bullen some tactical advice because his tactics are dire and he does not know how to adapt and overcome in key football matches like the promotion play offs and the falkirk game the tactics were poor and the tactics were derived from dinosaurs and not the tasty turkey dinosaurs bernard matthews used to make before jamie oliver got them banned
Meself and a big contingent of Wednesdayites have adopted The Honest Men as our Scottish club. It's no exaggeration to say that Lee Bullen is a legend in the blue chunks of Sheffield, he played in every position for us, including manager, over hundreds of appearances, huge moments, and a trophy lift. Wednesday is in his blood as much as Bully is with us in spirit. We know his quality as a player, a manager, and as a person.
I've come here with a message only a Wednesdayite can deliver at the moment. You lot have stumbled in the first leg of your Play-Off semi final and have found yourself 3-0 down. It's rough, we know. Your next leg is the home leg, though, and as Wednesday have shown - it can be done. I'll bet Bully is showing the players what happened down at Hillsborough over and over, and I'll bet he's counting on you lot, the Ayr United fans. You lot have to pack Somerset Park to the brim and let them hear your support for the full match. If the belief is there, it's all possible.
Up The Honest Men. The Owls are behind you all the way to the Premiership.
Good news is that the AUFC for last year is actually in the black with a £48k balance. The way the club is moving forward is very refreshing and good to see the impact/difference it is making to the community as well. Don't forget its bye bye north terrace, hello new stand this summer.
Went to Dens hopeful of overtaking Dundee and moving into second in the table. Obvious that despite the talented players we have (and we used quite a few of them in the course of the match) we just weren't as quick to the ball as Dundee for most of the match, particularly the second half. Dundee were much more threatening in and around the penalty box and could have scored more if their strikers' final touches had been more accurate. For what my opinion's worth, I think we need to flood the opposition penalty box with more players in order to tuck away half chances and not have to rely so heavily on Dipo who is still far and away the best striker in the Championship!
Yes, a really good and vocal turnout as was evident on the live TV coverage. Was never confident we were going to win this one. As has happened a few times this season we seem to struggle even when still in the game when the other team has a go at us like Falkirk did in the second half last night. Anyway, only the League left to concentrate on now so here's hoping we can string together a few decent results that will confirm our place in the playoffs, and then at least there'll be a few exciting matches to look forward to before the season ends.