Darren Moore’s conversation with Dejphon Chansiri after Cardiff City hammering by Sheffield Wednesday

Darren Moore says he was on a video conference call with Sheffield Wednesday chairman, Dejphon Chansiri, after the 5-0 hammering of Cardiff City earlier this week.

Friday, 9th April 2021, 2:00 pm

The Wednesday manager unfortunately missed the win at Hillsborough on Monday night as he continues to isolate at home following a positive COVID-19 test, so will have been able to relate to his boss as they both watched the game from afar.

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But Moore, who will also miss the trip to Queens Park Rangers before returning to Middlewood Road on Monday, has had chance to have a chat with Chansiri since the impressive result over the Bluebirds – saying that they’ve been in constant communication since his time at Hillsborough began.

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Speaking to The Star earlier today, Moore said that he’s in regular contract with the chairman, saying, “I spoke to the chairman after the Cardiff game, we had a video conference call… I speak to him every week, every single week, just to catch up really. I’ve done that since I joined the football club, really, and we speak regularly over the phone. We’ll speak again on the weekend.

“He’s very much with the team, behind the club and everything going on - and he wants more of the same. He wants things to continue this way.”

The two will be hoping that things remain on a positive trajectory when they speak after the QPR game, with the side knowing that they could be one place closer to climbing out of the Championship’s relegation zone if results go their way.

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