Winnall, Sheffield Wednesday fans react to dropping of Sam Winnall ahead of Fulham match

Sheffield Wednesday fans react to dropping of Sam Winnall ahead of Fulham match

Sheffield Wednesday fans are mystified after Sam Winnall was dropped from the first team for their match against Fulham.

The Owls have had a poor start to the season, only picking up two points out of a possible nine so far. For many, that is unacceptable considering they want to get promoted this season after two narrow misses. This means they really need to get a win over Fulham, one of the other teams that made it into the Sky Bet Championship play-offs last season.

But many fans have now resigned themselves to losing again after seeing the first team which has no Sam Winnall in it. The former Barnsley striker has played well since the start of the season, scoring the equaliser against QPR last Saturday and following that up with an energetic display in the draw against Sunderland. However despite that, he does not feature in the matchday squad.

Fans were unsure why this happened, though fans group Wednesdayite has reported that Winnall has received a two game squad ban for his involvement with a training ground scrap with Fernando Forestieri. The former Watford man served his ban by noting being named in the squad for the last two games but makes his return for this match.

But even with this ban, the fans are not happy with the fact that Winnall is not in the squad and many are using this as further evidence as to why head coach Carlos Carvalhal should be receiving his P45 very soon.

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