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‘Get it done’, ‘Excellent’ – Many Sheffield Wednesday react as frontrunner emerges in managerial search

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A number of Sheffield Wednesday supporters have been reacting to the latest report that former Wigan Athletic manager Paul Cook is in talks with the Owls to become their next permanent manager.

The Owls have been without a manager in the last few weeks since they decided to part company with Tony Pulis after just ten matches in charge. Sheffield Wednesday have managed to win both of their opening two league matches under the caretaker charge of Neil Thompson to help lift themselves out of the relegation zone.

It had been reported that the Owls were considering making a move for former Barnsley manager Jose Morais following the departure of Pulis. While it has also been reported that he likes of Thorsten Fink, Joey Barton and Rene Weiler have been amongst the names they having been weighing up as their next permanent manager.

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Signed in 2015, scored nine league goals, left in 2019.

It is now being reported by talkSPORT that Cook is in talks with Sheffield Wednesday over taking over from Pulis. The former Wigan Athletic manager has been out of work since leaving the Latics in the summer.

He received plenty of plaudits for getting the club promoted from League One, keeping them up in 2018/19 and making them one of the division’s inform teams despite their relegation last season.

Many Sheffield Wednesday supporters were excited over the potential of Cook taking over the Owls, with many believing he would be the right candidate to take over from Pulis and ensure they manage to survive.

Here then, we take a look at some of the best reactions on social media…`


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Article title: ‘Get it done’, ‘Excellent’ – Many Sheffield Wednesday react as frontrunner emerges in managerial search

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