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Sacking Sturrock: Right or Wrong?

Sacking Sturrock: Right or Wrong?

The Owls seem to have turned a corner since the sacking of Paul Sturrock almost a month ago, but is it just a 'honeymoon' period? Was the club right to sack Paul Sturrock?

This week's poll on Vital Sheffield Wednesday is asking fans whether the sacking of Paul Sturrock almost a month ago was the right or wrong decision by the Wednesday board.

The news sparked uproar amongst the majority of Owls fans, even more so because chairman Dave Allen had offered him a new deal with the club, but since his departure Wednesday have won four and drawn one taking them up to 13th in the Championship.

Is the bubble ready to burst under new boss Brian Laws or can the former Scunthorpe man take us forward?

We want to know YOUR views on the matter.

So have your say now on the VSW poll, or alternatively visit the official VSW message forum by CLICKING HERE

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Writer:Nick
Date:Tuesday November 14 2006
Time: 9:00AM

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In one word "No"
whites11
14/11/2006 12:53:00
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Or two words: "Absolutely no!"
BigBlueOwl
14/11/2006 14:26:00
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Of course it was the right thing. Forget all ths crap that people say that we would have still gone on a similar run. RUBBISH !!! Paul Sturrock would not have gone with 2 out and out strikers at Ipswich, He would have had Burton on his own with Tudgay in that ridiculas inaffective withdrawn role, he would have been playing for a draw, like he tried to do at Sunderland & Colchester. We are seeing 4-4-2 football being played very effectively, and the last few home games have been more entertaining than anything we had seen in previous 18 months
haxeyowl
15/11/2006 00:21:00
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ethically..probably not.../..politically...unsure../..based on performance and results since he went...then yes...
ernshaw
15/11/2006 17:09:00
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