I would think it more likely Marcondes myself. Contract ends next year.Interest in Bannan has been touted for a little while. Sources of a usually reliable nature have also repeatedly mentioned our desire for an experienced CM in this window.
I suspected Janelt might have been the only addition in that area for now - but given his age - plus Bidstrup’s ACL injury - he might simply have been a replacement for him.
Should Bannan actually end up at Brentford, it would be difficult to see how Marcondes, Jensen and Baptiste would all remain happy with such limited likelihood of minutes in rotation. Perhaps one would head out, at least on loan.
He’s probably the missing link, I think he’ll fit in like a glove. Hopefully this will happen.Very, very good player would be a great addition to the squad.
It is a departure in our normal signings, but so was Pontus...I think now that we're in a good financial position compared to a lot of the division, we're signing a couple more of the 'experienced' players who likely won't make a financial return. We simply couldn't afford to sign those before, now we can take a bit of a loss in exchange for necessary experience.How time changes he was suggested awhile back maybe last summer and it got laughed off!
Which suggest there is nothing in this tale. Wednesday's sole focus this season is to stay in the Championship, Bannan ought to be a key part of that with his ability to pass around, even if he's quite slow, from what I saw in their game against us. It sounds like a wind-up by a Blades fan.Which suggests he is not being considered as a replacement for Norgaard, but for Jensen/Marcondes!
...its a wet paper bag....anyways....mabye its best you focus on your own lot trying to avoid relegation eh.You do know this thread is about the poison dwarf Barry Bannan, right? He's Sheffield Wednesday's main man which says it all.
There's more fight in a paper bag.
Actually, Monk does not say that. The "led to believe..." is the journo.It does say there was an enquiry.. doesn't look like it's gone any further though at the moment.
In this quote "the club" is Sheffield Wednesday.Monk said:I’ve had no communication from the club in terms of anything like that. I had discussions with the club a long time ago in terms of how important Baz is to what I want to do here.
We will be fine, thanks. Combination of bewildering decisions (your old boy Egan's red card at Villa was unfathomable) and poor finishing - we're not playing badly and the results will turn, starting against the side which pipped you to promotion on Saturday....its a wet paper bag....anyways....mabye its best you focus on your own lot trying to avoid relegation eh.
As a Utd fan I would expect nothing less than slagging him off - however most of us have seen him play against us many times so we can come to our own conclusions thanksWe will be fine, thanks. Combination of bewildering decisions (your old boy Egan's red card at Villa was unfathomable) and poor finishing - we're not playing badly and the results will turn, starting against the side which pipped you to promotion on Saturday.
Back on topic, I'm just amazed that a team with Brentford's ambitions and scouting network thinks that Barry "bazzaboi10" Bannan is the answer to whatever squad-related concerns they might have. He's garbage.
Here's an example of his passing ability:
Or maybe it's Sheff Wed who are playing games?It’s probably Bannon’s agent’s opening ploy for contract negotiations.
Sounds as if our DFO's sense a fire sale here. An owner desperate for money up front may be tempted to take a very low price for his player for cash on the nail.Or maybe it's Sheff Wed who are playing games?
This report from last week would suggest that their owner may be struggling to finance his next yacht?
Dejphon Chansiri: Sheffield Wednesday owner securing debt against Hillsborough