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Owls' PFA Nominations Continue

Hot on the heels of Lee Grant's PFA player-of-the-month gong for January, no fewer than three Owls players are up for the February award.

Grant is up for the honour for a second month on the bounce, and is joined by midfielder Michael Gray and striker Marcus Tudgay.

Tudgay, of course, was the match winner with a stunning strike for the Owls as they completed the Steel Ciuty double over Sheffield United at the start of the month.

Gray has also been impressive throughout for the Owls since signing permanently until the end of the season, while Grant continues to get praise for his efforts in-between the sticks.

Wolves' Sylvan Ebanks-Blake and Swansea's Jason Scotland are also up for the award.

Wednesday fans can register their vote for any of the Owls' trio by CLICKING HERE

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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 23 2009

Time: 1:36PM

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lord only knows how this happened, weve hardly been playing exciting good football recently... but hey, might as well milk it.
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23/02/2009 13:56:00

I would like Tudders to get he's been working his socks off!
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23/02/2009 14:49:00

is lee strafford on the PFA board??
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23/02/2009 21:59:00


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