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Change of approach in Sheffield on Wednesday as Amadeu Paixao takes a step back UK News

Paixao has already played a role in various aspects of what’s going on in Hillsborough as one of Dejphon Chansiri’s main advisers, but now it looks like there has been a slight shift in responsibilities.

It is believed that, as negotiations for next season’s squad continue, it is Darren Moore and club recruiting manager David Downes who are leading the rebuilding of S6 following relegation to League One.

The manager, whoever he is, and Downes – since joining – have always played a key recruiting role according to the president, but the latest change is likely to give them more responsibility.

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Paixao was described as “part of the club structure” by former manager Steve Bruce in 2018, while Chansiri had previously referred to him as an adviser to Hillsborough, but he is one person fans have been talking about. also asked questions.

At this point, it remains to be seen what the shift in emphasis will mean for the Portuguese, but fans will no doubt be delighted that their manager is at the forefront of building a squad he believes capable of. to go up directly. until the championship.

Downes, a well-respected man in football circles, was brought to the club by Steve Bruce in 2019, is expected to play an important role alongside the manager in putting together a new Owls look for the upcoming campaign.

Amadeu Paixao, left, with Sheffield Wednesday President Dejphon Chansiri.

There are currently issues off the pitch on Wednesday, with unpaid wages and a reported embargo, no doubt frustration for the club as they continue their recruiting drive, but Moore recently said he hoped he had more. new faces through the door.

The Owls no longer take a big-money approach as they seek to consolidate their post-relegation position, with free agents and loans likely to make up the bulk of any new hires they manage to bring in to the game. 2021/22 campaign.

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This notice was published: 2021-06-18 17:35:20

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