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It Was Seventh Heaven At Hillsborough On Saturday As Wednesday Rattled Home Another Win To Maintain Their Unbeaten Home Record.

It Led To Several Correspondents On To Get Quite Excited.

Handsworth Said: “Seven Home Games, Seven Wins And A Clean Sheet To Boot. Seem To Be In A Good Run, Let Us Hope It Continues And That We Get Firmly Into The Top Three With The Chance Of Hopping Into Automatic Promotion.”

Sheffielderinthesouth Added: “Another Brilliant Result Which Leaves Us Well Up There. We Still Need To Improve Our Away Form And Also Hope That Charlton And Huddersfield Slip Up So We Can Get Into The Automatics But At The Minute All Is Very Well Down At Hillsborough - Well Done To Megson And The Lads!”

And Leedsowl99 Exalted: “Another Great Result For The Boys, I’m Loving This! What Are The Odds Of Us Going Unbeaten At Home All Season?”

To Which Swfc The Best Team In The World Replied, Rather Depressingly: “We Will Not Go Unbeaten All Season, We Will Lose Some Games.”

United’s Problem Is Not Losing. It’s Drawing When They Should Be Winning.

Aughton Blade On Wrote: “Everyone Says It Was Simmo’s Fault For Goal. Yes He’s Weak In The Air But If Collins And Monty Persist In Giving Away Free Kicks In Dangerous Places Then We’ll Leak Goals As We Did Against Wednesday!”

Ldnrdblade Said: “Teams That Get Promoted Get Three Points From Games Like That When They Don’t Play Particularly Well And We Would If We Had A Reliable Keeper. I Never Slate United’s Players But We Need To Give Simmo A Break To Have A Word With Himself.”

A Blog On About The Willie Mckay Situation At Doncaster Rovers Had Differing Responses.

R Clark Said: “I’ve Got News For You. Its Not Just Mckay That’s At Rovers For The Money! Do You Think The Players Are Here For The Love Of The Club? Like It Or Not, Professional Football Is Driven By Money.”

However, Albie Was Less Keen: “So Basically The Drfc Brand Has Been Franchised To The Business Interest Of Willie Mckay For The Next Two Years. Willie Has Executive Control Of All Playing Matters, By Contract, Subject To Saunders’ Opinion, With A Brief To Deliver Championship Standard At £4m Per Annum.

“Conflict Of Interest Raises Its Head Here. How Can He Ensure The Best Option For His Clients As A Agent, Whilst At The Same Time Making The Right Decisions In The Interest Of Drfc?”