Danny Röhl – Verdict on young talents in the academy, Chief Operating Officer departure, and Johnson’s return… 

The new Sheffield Wednesday manager, Danny Röhl, has expressed his strong commitment to the club’s young talents in the academy, emphasizing their importance in his future plans.

Shortly after being unveiled as Xisco’s successor, he attended the U21’s game at Hillsborough, where he received an enthusiastic reception from the fans, witnessing an exciting match with four goals and a late comeback.

Bailey Cadamarteri scored his tenth goal of the season, and Luke Cook netted in injury time to secure a 2-2 draw against table-topping Sheffield United.

This performance has raised the possibility of these young players, along with their teammates, earning more opportunities in the first team.

Röhl, speaking on Friday, expressed his desire to have a close connection with the academy, a statement that will be welcomed by those aspiring to move up the ranks.

He highlighted the importance of a strong academy in creating added value for the club by nurturing talent for the first team.

Röhl has already begun working with the team, holding his first training session, and he has a few days to instill his ideas before their upcoming match against Watford.

In other club news, Sheffield Wednesday’s Chief Operating Officer, Liam Dooley, has left the club to become the Chief Executive at Shrewsbury Town.

General Manager Alastair Wilson will now lead the club’s commercial and operational division. Dooley expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to represent the club and wished Sheffield Wednesday well in the future.

Owls owner Dejphon Chansiri thanked Dooley for his dedication to the club and extended best wishes for his new role at Shrewsbury Town.

Additionally, Marvin Johnson, who was frozen out under the previous manager, Xisco Munoz, has returned to training under Röhl’s leadership.

Johnson, previously sidelined, could be given a chance to rejoin the team. Röhl still has one spot available in his 25-man squad, with Momo Diaby and defender Ciaran Brennan also in contention for the final place.

Sheffield Wednesday is preparing for a new era under Danny Röhl, who has quickly started working with the team and has garnered support from players and fans.

Röhl faces the challenge of improving the team’s performance while also nurturing long-term development.

The club currently sits in a difficult position, near the relegation zone, and it remains to be seen how Röhl’s leadership will impact their upcoming match against Watford.

Despite the challenges, Röhl is determined to make the team competitive and calls for the players’ commitment to his vision.

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