Speaking to Alan Biggs, former England cricketer and Sheffield Wednesday fan Michael Vaughan has raised concerns he has got around his club at the moment.
Sheffield Wednesday have had a tough season thanks to the way hopes of a play-off challenge were dashed after Christmas time.
The Owls were firmly in the promotion picture up to the end of 2019 but as the new decade started they gradually fell away and it is clear that the club needs to do a bit of a rebuild in the summer window under Garry Monk.
The manager will be looking at Dejphon Chansiri to help him do that, then, but Vaughan has revealed some concerns he has over the current running of the club.
“It is difficult with the infrastructure of the club. From afar, it just doesn’t look right.
“Ownership is difficult. People have got to put a lot of money into running these football clubs so I completely understand that the owner has a huge amount of investment in the club.
“But I look at infrastructure and I look at leadership. I look at the kind of drive of the process of making sure that you have got youngsters coming through your system.
“I look at the blueprint for the way that you play and I don’t see that at Sheffield Wednesday at the minute.”
Wednesday do appear at a bit of a crossroads at the moment and it remains to be seen how this summer is going to play out.
A player clear-out is expected and then Chansiri will need to spend again to bring in upgrades on those that do leave – how far is he willing to go in terms of spending money this year?
Garry Monk will hope he has a sizeable budget to work with, but it remains to be seen if that ends up being the case.