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Sheffield Wednesday’s Jos Luhukay reacts badly after Swansea, drops f-bomb in BBC interview

Sheffield Wednesday’s Jos Luhukay loses it after Swansea

Sheffield Wednesday manager Jos Luhukay lost it with reporters in his post match presser after Swansea on Saturday.

Swansea beat the Owls 2-1 in Wales.

Dutch manager Jos Luhukay isn’t widely popular amongst Sheffield Wednesday fans.

Indeed, it’s a regular feature of Sheffield Wednesday games to hear the crowd calling for Luhukay to go.

After the Swansea loss, Luhukay was asked by the BBC if he thinks he’ll get time to turn things are at Wednesday.

That question triggered Luhukay, who reacted very badly:

How many times you ask me this question?

F***! I’d become ten, twenty times from you the question in the last two weeks.

You must not ask me every time.

The BBC reporter then pointed out how Sheffield Wednesday fans are calling for Jos Luhukay’s head.

Seconds later Jos Luhukay walked out of his BBC interview.

Swansea 2 – Sheffield Wednesday 1

Sheffield Wednesday are 18th in the Championship after Saturday’s defeat at the Liberty Stadium.

The Owls have 24 points from 22 games, while they are just five points above the drop zone.

Swansea, meanwhile, are 9th in the division with 32 points on the board.

Sheffield Wednesday took the lead in Wales in the 63rd minute through Marco Matias.

However Swansea scored twice in two minutes to turn the scoreline on it’s head. Bersant Celina levelled in the 71st minute while Wayne Routledge scored sixty seconds later for the match winner.

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