Owner Dejphon Chansiri stance on Danny Rohl future at Sheffield Wednesday; warns of one thing

Sheffield Wednesday boss Danny Rohl could be on the move this summer.

Despite the remarkable efforts of the Football League’s youngest boss, Rohl, Sheffield Wednesday is still in danger of relegation this season. This suggests that a summer of change may be in store.

The dugout may see the largest possible alteration.

Despite being only 34 years old and in his first management position, Rohl has won 10 of his 26 games in charge to give the Sheffield Wednesday supporters a realistic hope of surviving this season.

However, Rohl’s efforts have not gone unappreciated; according to recent sources, he is interested in winning the championship before the summer.

Graeme Bailey plays down potential Danny Rohl summer exit

It is unclear which teams are intereste d in signing Rohl, but it is not surprising that he is drawing interest from other teams after his remarkable turnaround in South Yorkshire. Football analyst Graeme Bailey thinks Rohl is likely to stay at Hillsborough past this season, but he cautions that nothing is certain with owner Dejphon Chansiri still in charge.

Bailey, in an exclusive interview with Sheffield Wednesday News, stated:

“From what I’ve been told, he appears committed to Wednesday, so I’m not hearing anything about him wanting to leave. However, given the club’s ownership, anything is possible.

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Championship survival seems like the deciding factor for Rohl at Sheffield Wednesday

It’s been quite enlightening to watch Rohl win on Sheffield Wednesday.

The improvement in performance and fan attitude, the total shift in playing philosophy, and the bond that Rohl has cultivated with the supporters have all served to highlight how dire things were at the beginning of the campaign.

What’s probably most satisfying, though, is that Rohl seems to have clicked with the Sheffield Wednesday fans.

He talks about them a lot, and a lot of times, crowds of supporters hang around after games to express their love for the German.

According to Bailey, Rohl appears to have a desire to remain in S6.

However, Rohl would undoubtedly attract interest if Wednesday is demoted to League One, and few would blame Rohl for choosing to go for a team with better prospects and a more organised structure.

In the four months that he has been managing Sheffield Wednesday, he has demonstrated his class, and he is not deserving of a League One coaching position.

There are several reasons why Championship survival is important for the club and for Chansiri, but arguably the most important one is to keep Rohl.


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