Date: 29th July 2018 at 9:00am
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As regular readers will know Vital Wednesday and Vital Football have been through a couple of changes in the last few months.

Top men like Ed and many others have moved on as life gets in the way of sitting in front of a communications device, typing educated and very readable nonsense (I think I can say that!) and having a laugh about the club they all love and in the midst of that we’ve changed servers, had fresh website frontpages and even have access to new swanky forums should we wish to use them.

For now, we can stick to article comments!

I’ve moved from doing match stats and the odd article to keeping the site ticking over and this weekend Mr Pursehouse got back in touch and has already begun revitalising our @VitalWednesday Twitter feed.

Having commented about the price of beer as he slipped back into his rhythm, the fact that goalkeeper Keiren Westwood was again missing from the teamsheet – even as a substitute – for Jos Luhukay’s selection against Villareal as we played our final pre-season game with the Championship campaign now breathing down our necks, he wondered what Owls fans thought about his future.

As covered previously, with Luhukay mentioning injury to the local press as he missed out on the previous friendly and the Republic of Ireland stopper disputing that, plenty wondered if there had been a fallout and whether it now implied a transfer was the only option.

As a result, I think that’s pretty categorical.

Whether it plays out that way remains to be seen, but it doesn’t take much of an educated guess to assume that his omission from yesterday’s squad was at best a reaction to him contradicting Luhukay on social media.

Time will tell, and the transfer window shuts soon enough, as to whether or not this is an indication of us trying to move him on – because from the players own words.

You have to heavily read into his final comments about being ‘stronger and fitter’ than ever before to think he’s angling for a move of his own cognisance.


2 Replies to “Poll – Vital Wednesday Living It Large On Twitter Once Again & Back With Westwood Thoughts – 84% In Agreement He’s Off”

  • players underperforming are not easy to move out of the club , especially on the generous wages that the chanserai regime is paying , last season seemed to prove that we can get by with the two young keepers , we need to allow this manager to re structure the club after the legacy left by clueless .i think he will let K W move on for the right money


    • Problem in the game full stop really, just amplified when the wage is higher than it should be and a players form is well below expected.

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