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MetiNews.Com - Sheffield Wednesday Supporters' Trust released a lengthy statement following the news that the Owls will be docked 12 points
Breaking News ! Sheffield Wednesday Supporters' Trust say they want an "urgent meeting" with club owner Dejphon Chansiri following the outcome of the EFL case. The supporters' group released a lengthy statement following last night's news. Wednesday have been deducted 12 points for the 2020/21 season for breaking spending rules. The Owls were hit with a misconduct charge last November over their controversial sale and leaseback of Hillsborough to chairman Chansiri to avoid falling foul of Profitability and Sustainability regulations. Read More Related Articles 'A time for unity' - Why Sheffield Wednesday must create a siege mentality after EFL charge verdict Read More Related Articles Sports lawyer says the handling of Sheffield Wednesday case calls into question the EFL's integrity In addition to their statement, the Trust posted on social media saying: "Change is required to bring a new era of success at Hillsborough and we must avoid another missed opportunity in our history. "The Trust is seeking an urgent meeting with the club to discuss their strategy to deal with the situation, make Sheffield Wednesday stronger, and to take us forward into the future." In addition, the Trust - which was formed back in March - released a lengthy statement. The statement covered a range of issues including the club's transfer policy. Sign up to our dedicated Sheffield Wednesday newsletter We will bring you all the best and latest Sheffield Wednesday news and analysis direct to your inbox. Simply enter your email address in the form at the top of this article.
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It states: "The club has recently articulated a new approach to recruitment strategy targeting a younger and more athletic squad. This is welcome, but the Trust argues it does not go far enough. Change must occur across all of the club’s strategies. They add: "Your voice has never been needed more at Hillsborough. "The Trust remains committed to working with the club in a professional and constructive manner to improve the fortunes of Sheffield Wednesday and contributing to the debate about the future direction of our club."
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