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Owls Set For Second Swoop

Wednesday boss Brian Laws is set to bolster his squad with a second midfield signing this week with an array of names already being mentioned.

The Owls completed a fine week off-the-field by adding the experienced Michael Gray to their squad ahead of the 1-1 draw to Ipswich.

And Laws said he wasn't going to stop there as he looked for an experienced midfielder in the January transfer window.

Laws gave clues as to who would be winging their way into Hillsborough this week by admitting after the match that he was hoping to bring in an experienced player that had been in action for a Championship side at the weekend.

And rumours have pointed towards Charlton's Matt Holland, Darren Ambrose and Paul Wotton - all with masses of experience at this level and not neccessarily certainties on their respective team's team sheet.

But Laws is known for springing surprises when it comes to the transfer, or loan, market, and the week will be all-too interesting for Wednesday fans ahead of a crunch match with Charlton Athletic on Saturday.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday January 11 2009

Time: 10:28PM

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Either Matt Holland or Darren Ambrose would be good signings but can wednesday afford the wages of these players.
welsh_owls
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12/01/2009 08:51:00

Well Laws did say that the player he was after played for his club on Saturday.
will it ever happen
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12/01/2009 09:39:00

And Laws ALSO said that it was a player from the Championship
Skeggy Owl
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12/01/2009 15:52:00

Wotton, Ambrose and Holland have all been mentioned. Wotton looks like he could be the one?
will it ever happen
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12/01/2009 16:22:00

I think we should get Dean Windass
stuart_hudson78
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12/01/2009 18:57:00

I want keogh!
flinoycore
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12/01/2009 23:28:00

darren ambrose would be a really good signing, hes a craxking player, just gone stale at charlton we cud revive his career
smiggyswfc
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13/01/2009 00:19:00

We have two serbian brothers on trial at the club and will play for the reseves on tuesday.Also Bartosz has been released by WBA but has gone back to poland to seek a new club link to site http://www.google.com/hostednews/canadianpress/article/ALeqM5hsDpjFNmV4LpzhPrxgagPHU5iGDw
welsh_owls
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13/01/2009 00:23:00

keogh, ambrose - ha ha you are skint and you say we are dreaming. you lot get better and better.
bladesforlife1889
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15/01/2009 00:38:00

 

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