Sheffield Wednesday defender issues honest verdict and answers new manager question…

Sheffield Wednesday’s defender, Di’Shon Bernard, has openly acknowledged the team’s poor start to the season and stressed the importance of players taking responsibility for their performances.

As we approach the second international break of the season, Sheffield Wednesday remains the only team in the Championship without a win. This dismal form led to the recent departure of manager Xisco Munoz.

In their most recent game against Huddersfield Town, Sheffield Wednesday displayed an improved performance and came close to securing a victory in a goalless draw. Bernard played a crucial role in achieving only the team’s second clean sheet of the season, expressing optimism about their chances of securing their first win.

Bernard stated, ‘We are fully aware of our current situation. Each game is vital, and we approach them with the utmost determination. In recent matches, it has been our own mistakes that have proven costly. To overcome this, we must become a resolute and aggressive team, a quality we displayed against Huddersfield.’

He emphasized that the responsibility for the team’s performance lies with the players, not the manager, and viewed the draw against Huddersfield as a positive foundation to build upon. He added, ‘Securing a clean sheet was a positive step. We need to be more clinical in front of goal and composed in possession, but we are actively working on improving these aspects.’

When asked about his preference for the new manager, Bernard remained neutral, saying, ‘I’m still relatively young in my career, so I cannot make a specific choice. Whoever takes charge, we will give our all, and I’m eager to see who the new manager will be.

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