Date:Saturday May 5 2007
The latest poll on Vital Sheffield Wednesday asked fans whether Brian Laws should field a full-strength side or give youth a chance against Norwich this Sunday, and the results are in!
62 per cent of Vital Sheffield Wednesday users felt that Laws should play his full-strength side for the clash with the Canaries and go out on a high.
And 38 per cent of users felt that Laws should give some fringe players, and youth, a chance to impress before the end of the season.
The Owls gaffer has already said that he would give some of the younger players such as Rocky Lekaj and a chance to shine before the end of the season, and now the play-offs are out of Wednesday's reach, Laws may well see Sunday as the perfect chance to give him some much needed first team experience.
Fringe players such as John Hills are also keen to impress Laws before the end of the season and earn themselves a new deal, and Sunday is the only chance left before the Owls boss sits down and discusses the ins and outs of the summer.
But Vital Sheffield Wednesday forum members were keen to finish the campaign on a high - and get value for their money - with three points against Peter Grant's men this weekend.
CompostBin said: 'I think it should be a full side, going into the summer on a high with 3 points and with no speculation as to why certain members weren't in the side.
'Fair enough, replace Adamson for the youth gk as it'll be embarrassing watching him doing a lap of honour. Let's get the three points, to be honest I've got better use of £25 than to watch a non-event, I still want to see action, goals and effort from everyone out there.'
And mightyowl said: 'Full strength. The lads deserve a good send off for the way they have turned this season around, maybe bring the youngster's on towards the end! anyway some senior players are still battling for a new contract so it's last chance saloon.'
But some members were still keen to give some of the younger players a chance to show what the future of Sheffield Wednesday is all about.
spirtySWFC said: 'I'd go for a bit of both. We want to win the game for sure but I'd like to see Lekaj and Folly involved somewhere, and also Clarke.'
Whatever the result this Sunday, make sure you log on to Vital Sheffield Wednesday to see all the match stats, report and post-match reaction. And have YOUR say on the official Vital Sheffield Wednesday message board by CLICKING HERE
Date:Saturday May 5 2007
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