Sheffield Wednesday have Moses Odubajo back available, but will Tony Pulis use him?

Tony Pulis has a boost in terms of playing personnel available against Blackburn Rovers this weekend, but after the incident at Nottingham Forest, will he decide to bring Moses Odubajo back into the side?

Monday, 21st December 2020, 12:00 pm

Odubajo was the subject of criticism from Wednesdayites after he appeared to ‘high five’ Forest’s Lewis Grabban after he scored their second goal last week, and Tony Pulis was also not pleased with how things looked.

His booking at the City Ground meant that he was suspended for the 1-0 win over Coventry City this past weekend, taking away a decision for Pulis on whether to play him or not, but now he’ll have to decide if he wants to bring him back into contention.

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Speaking to the media “I’ve seen what he’s put on Instagram or whatever they call those social media things, I’ve been made aware of his reasons and I’ll deal with him in a way that, well, I don’t think he’ll be doing it again.

“We’re in an era of soft-peddling at times in terms of being very careful and cautious of what we say about people and individuals.

“But there are certain occasions where people do have to hold their hands up and accept the consequences of their actions. For me, he’s got to hold his hands up and say what he did was absolutely, absolutely wrong. Completely and utterly wrong.

“For all the stuff his PR man might be telling him to do, whatever he posts out there or whatever they call it, the facts are there for everybody to see. What he did was wrong.”

Moses Odubajo was suspended for Sheffield Wednesday's last game. (Andrew Yates/Sportimage)

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