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Tudgay Out For Season

Wednesday have received a blow in the battle against relegation with the news that striker Marcus Tudgay will sit out the rest of the season through injury.

The Owls' top scorer this season, with eight goals, has been sidelined for a number of weeks with a knee injury and will now sit out the rest of the campaign after undergoing surgery that will see him out for six weeks.

But things could have been worse for the former Derby hitman, with fears that he could have been out for six months rather than six weeks, prior to the surgery.

The blow leaves Owls boss Brian Laws with Deon Burton, Ben Sahar, Bartosz Slusarski and Leon Clarke at his disposal in the battle against the drop, with Enoch Showunmi returning from his loan spell to Bristol City.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 31 2008

Time: 10:01AM

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Just another day at wednesday! no surprise really. Its just the wednesday curse. we've still got enough to stay up.
TarnOwl
B***er!
johnnywalker69
Great end to a great week. Not.
katy_kanga
Think we'll be OK with Deon hitting some form now and seemingly linking up really well with Sahar. Thank goodness Enoch has gone so we won't have to put up with that any more. Be nice to get a look at Bartman on Tuesday night. Think we'll be OK.....
SuperOwls
we need to keep showumni now tudders is out for season!!!!
FUTURES BLUE N WHITE
Oh Tuesdsay. My Cov other half is asking what we are going to do to postpone this time. We have turned the pitch into a swimming pool, and a skating rink in the past few months, so I am going for leaves on the lines tee hee!!
katy_kanga
The south stand flank isn't far from becoming a bog. Maybe it will swallow up all the coventry 11.... Really **** news about Tudders. Consistently one of our best players this season in my eyes. I hope Burton and Sahar have got over their jet lag. At least we will get to see the Slug run out as a sub! And maybe Luke Boden
S6Apple
We have never needed to keep Enoch - I'd rather have my gran playing than him!
SuperOwls
I'd rather have my nan playing too SuperOwls... and she's blind
johnnywalker69
if thats wot we have to revert to in keeping showumi cos of a injury id rather get king bri to get his boots out or let luke boden have a go
kyle_swfc
are we unluckiest team in league or wot?? im sick of seein bad news everytime i come on this site
benowl
i was being sarcastic!!
FUTURES BLUE N WHITE
Must be somethin seriously up with the training ground or something, we've had a horrd time, since i can remember with injuries, think we'll be ok without Tudgay although he will be missed, Sahar, Burton, Slusarski and Bodenor Clarke should be alright
McQuaid-Owls
He's too inconsistant anyway. Sahar is a class act though, if he can hit some form and stay fit we'll be fine up front. Give Slusarski a run out, let's see what he can do...
GameBurton07
Thought this was old news? I knew this last week!! Oh well another one in the treatment room.
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