Saturday’s clash between Sheffield Wednesday and Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium saw things go from bad to worse for manager Jos Luhukay and his tirade post-game about Josh Onomah confused a fair few Wednesday fans and also succeeded in firing up some Tottenham Hotspur supporters.
Having led through a Marco Matias effort within the opening ten minutes of the second half restart, the Owls capitulated and the hosts fought back from behind with two goals in two minutes to take all three points and consign us to another defeat in the Championship season of 2018/19.
According to the Star Luhukay blasted at the fulltime whistle.
“He was not good enough. He brought nothing on the ball. He lost three, four, five balls right at the beginning of the game. That is the reason why he came off and we changed it. Honestly, he had no influence on the game.”
Half-time sub for #SWFC. Matias is on for Onomah. Can only think Onomah is injured as he played well in the first period.
— Dom Howson (@domhowson) December 15, 2018
A number were on board with Dom Howson’s thoughts, so the post-game tirade took a few by surprise.
Onomah played well yesterday, I thought he was injured when subbed off
— Jonathan Brown (@ricekrispiekid) December 16, 2018
I guess slating one player does the world of good for their confidence he continually says our team isn’t good enough. How about a bit of a boost for them
— Glenn Cooper (@cooper2903) December 16, 2018
Slating individuals ???? top management. #josout
— Nathan Sensicall (@Jasper_s91) December 16, 2018
Jos is to football what May is to leading a country.
— Stuart Hibbert01 (@StuartHibbert01) December 16, 2018
Wow that gonna help the lad Jesus ????
— markowl ???? (@johnada75157425) December 16, 2018
There were plenty more of the same ilk and even Spurs fans think he’s lost it.
Bad management that. You keep that for 1 on 1 not public arena
— Paul O Keefe (@pokeefe1) December 16, 2018
IMO absolutely appalling management, and the sign that he's losing it a bit and lashing out. He's not going to last much longer.
— Chris Miller (@WindyCOYS) December 16, 2018
That's not how you manage a youngster, and he's a loanee. Terrible management
— ₜₑₒₕ薦 (@zj_teoh28) December 16, 2018