Sheffield Wednesday boss Xisco Munoz calls for togetherness following fan backlash in Swansea City defeat
There were travelling supporters who turned on Munoz and called for his sacking, but the Spaniard has emphasised the need for unity.
Speaking after the defeat, he said: “The performance was very strange. In the second half we had chances to score, but we are in difficulty now.
“Everything is negative but it’s important we stay together, I need people to help me in this situation.
“I know how hard the players are working every day. We can put the focus on me, but I will continue until my last day.
“I am not stupid, I knew the situation when I signed here. I understand the unhappiness.”
Swansea had previously been winless in the Championship, starting the day as one of the three Championship sides still waiting for a win.
However, following wins for both Swansea and Middlesbrough, Wednesday are now the division’s only winless outfit.