Sheffield Wednesday endured another disappointing night on Tuesday, as they were beaten 2-0 by Huddersfield Town at The John Smith’s Stadium.
Josh Koroma’s first half strike and a stunning free kick from Isaac Mbenza before half time were enough to secure all three points for the hosts, who could have won by more, had Juninho Bacuna not missed from the penalty spot early in the second half.
That’s now seven games without a win for Wednesday, who remain rooted to the bottom of the Championship table, four point from safety.
Perhaps not surprisingly therefore, plenty of Owls fans were far from happy as they took to Twitter to give their thoughts on the game, and one player in particular who seemed to generate a sense of frustration amongst the club’s fanbase, was Barry Bannan.
Having started the game, the midfielder struggled to make much of an influence on proceedings on Tuesday night, before being withdrawn with just under ten minutes remaining, and his performance did not go unnoticed by those of a Wednesday persuasion.
Here, we take a look at what some of those supporters had to say about Bannan’s latest showing.
Bannan needs sacking off. Terrible. #swfc
— Me (@haddington) December 8, 2020
Bannan dunt even look interested #swfc
— Ryan Chadburn (@Ryan_Chadburn) December 8, 2020
All I want for Christmas is for Barry Bannan to never take a set piece ever again #swfc
— Elliott Green (@elliott1301) December 8, 2020
How many years has it been since Barry Bannan took a decent corner? Think someone else should have a go.#swfc
— Michael (@Michael97279463) December 8, 2020
I think we need to move on from Bannan. We need a significant change in the middle. #swfc
— Rob Home (@robhome) December 8, 2020
#SWFC Bannan is NOT a leader, there’s no enthusiasm , no togetherness , they are playing as individuals not as a team , its like the players who are out of contract this season couldn’t careless if we are relegated or not .
— theowls1992 (@caw85) December 8, 2020
That’s Bannan leaving in January then. #swfc
— Andre Hill (@ChurwellOwl) December 8, 2020