20 July 2024

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Sky Sports pundit Clinton Morrison reckons the international break will “massively help” Sheffield Wednesday manager Xisco Munoz bed in the club’s summer signings. A manic transfer window saw the Owls bring in 12 new players.

But Munoz has come in for criticism in some quarters for Wednesday’s slow start to the campaign. The Owls entered the first international break of the season on the back of picking up just one point from five matches. The Championship newcomers are currently second-from-bottom.

Ex-Owls striker Morrison said: “It’s going to take some time after bringing in that many players after a short space of time, it takes time for them to gel, but that’s what makes the point against Leeds so massive, their first point of the season.

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“You have to give the manager time, the manager will come under pressure because of the size of the football club, but there is a long way to go in the season and the international break will massively help them to bed the new signings in.”

 Read more: Delgado, Buckley, Musaba – Sheffield Wednesday’s strongest XI after busy summer transfer window

Sky Sports pundit Morrison says the Owls should look to take inspiration from Nottingham Forest. When Steve Cooper took over Forest in 2021, the club were near the bottom of the division after a poor start.

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