Carlton Palmer makes prediction about ‘fantastic’ Danny Rohl at Sheffield Wednesday

Carlton Palmer has rendered a decision regarding Danny Rohl’s future at Sheffield Wednesday.

In the eyes of Sheffield Wednesday, it has been yet another demanding week.

After a run of three straight victories—the Owls’ most recent victory came against Bristol City 2-1—the feel-good factor is strong right now.

And with a victory over their South Yorkshire rivals to tie them on points with QPR and Stoke City up ahead, Rohl sees his team go to Rotherham United this afternoon.

However, there have also been whispers this week suggesting that the Championship is interested in Rohl; however, no clubs have been mentioned.

Carlton Palmer expects tough task to keep Danny Rohl at Sheffield Wednesday

There’s a growing consensus that Wednesday will probably lose Rohl if they lose this season.

The 34-year-old doesn’t deserve to be managing in the third division of English football after demonstrating his class in the Championship.

Additionally, former Wednesday midfielder Palmer has spoken on Rohl’s future at Hillsborough in an interview with Football League World, saying:

“I have to tell you, Danny Rohl has done an amazing job at Sheffield Wednesday.

“To turn around the confidence and the results in the way that he has, to give Sheffield Wednesday a chance to stay up, and Sheffield Wednesday are the team in form if you look at the teams at the bottom of the Championship right now.”

Palmer also mentioned that the Owls might make a run at the Premier League if owner Dejphon Chansiri supports Rohl in the summer and Wednesday stays in the Championship.

Palmer predicted that Sheffield Wednesday would do all of their effort to keep Danny Rohl at the football team if he were to attain that position. If not, they would have to support him.

“They might be back in the Premier League the next season if they support him.”

A pivotal summer on the horizon for Sheffield Wednesday

Sheffield Wednesday has a critical summer ahead of them, regardless of whether the Owls win promotion and whether Rohl stays.

It appears that the playing roster will be cleared long overdue, and whoever is in charge will ideally bring in a new generation of Wednesday players.

Even if this group of players is producing results right now and some of them ought to be retained, Chansiri will undoubtedly be eager to pay down the club’s long-standing debt.

It’s also a wonderful opportunity to get some younger players, and if Rohl is the right guy to manage it, the Owls might have a very successful 2023–2024 campaign.

If the Owls are a Championship team the next time around, then just defeating the drop would be a tremendous accomplishment.

But, it appears that Palmer’s suggestion to run for promotion is still a ways off.

It’s true that stranger things have happened in football, particularly in the Championship, and it’s okay to have great dreams.

Palmer also raises a valid point: if Rohl decides to stay, the club must support and persuade him of its long-term goals because he will undoubtedly have suitors elsewhere.

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