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Enoch To Leeds?

Wednesday loanee Enoch Showunmi has been linked with a loan move to Yorkshire rivals Leeds United when the striker completes his current spell at Hillsborough.

The Bristol City striker could still spend another month at S6 should boss Brian Laws want to extend his stay, with three months the maximum time allowed to spend on loan with one club.

But reports in today's papers indicate that Showunmi could well opt for a move to Gary McAllister's League One side for the rest of the season after falling down the pecking order at Wednesday.

The former Nigerian international turned down the Elland Road club to move to the Owls at the end of January but has been restricted to substitute appearances in the famous blue and white stripes in recent weeks, coming on to occupy a place on the left wing in the weekend draw with Crystal Palace.

Laws has Deon Burton and fellow loanee Ben Sahar available for selection and could opt to see Enoch leave the Owls should Marcus Tudgay and Leon Clarke recover from their respective injuries.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday March 26 2008

Time: 10:22AM

Your Comments

Please please please... take him!
johnnywalker69
good.......... F right off u useless *************************!!!!!
FUTURES BLUE N WHITE
take him, hes s**t
mansfieldowl
I am sure Leeds could do with him.
katy_kanga
He'd probably be pretty good in League 1, but he's not a championship player. We could do with a replacement though, because we're struggling for strikers.
Disgruntled Owl
aaarrrrraaaaayyyyy. hope he takes his canal barge sized feet with him
mick66owl
glad you said feet then mick! ;->
BIG TONY
hopefully he will guide leeds to promotion failiure ;-)
tommyg
i don't think it was for the lack of trying, he's just not good enough, be interesting to see how good he is in league 1
dbblue
he's totaly not gud enough he cant evan control the ball,hold the ball up or evan shoot so i dnt no how he's guna evan go on at leeds.he may be hard working but you could get a sundy league player to run all afternoon and work hard
kyle_swfc
For me you can keep him, we got Beckord and Freedman firing on all cylinders he'd only be on the bench.
Tiny T
Please please take him, anyone take him but Leeds would be real funny!!
will it ever happen
 

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