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Norwich's Pattison Linked With Owls

Wednesday have been linked with the services of Norwich's former Newcastle United player Matty Pattison.

The midfielder has been out of favour for the relegation strugglers since former Canaries goalkeeper Bryan Gunn took control of the club following the sacking of Glenn Roeder.

And Gunn is thought to be allowing Pattison to leave Carrow Road in the summer, with Wednesday one of the names linked with a move for the fallen former Magpies player.

Laws was linked with a move for Pattison before the player completed a move to City.

Leeds United, Plymouth Argyle and Oldham Athletic are also said to be interested in the midfielder.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday March 12 2009

Time: 7:00PM

Your Comments

The article says it all! "Out of favour with the relegation strugglers"...."Wanted by Leeds, Plymouth and Oldham" No thanks, not with Esijas to come back!!
Waddles Wing Wizardy
The article says it all! "Out of favour with the relegation strugglers"...."Wanted by Leeds, Plymouth and Oldham" No thanks, not with Esijas to come back!!
Waddles Wing Wizardy
same feeling WWW we should be after better than him
smiggyswfc
same feeling WWW we should be after better than him
smiggyswfc
Not for me cheers
mansfieldowl
Not for me cheers
mansfieldowl
who is he says it all that really
mick66owl
who is he says it all that really
mick66owl
PLEASE-DONT BRIAN!!!!!!!!!! WE NEED BETTER THAN HIM!!!!!!
supersibon
PLEASE-DONT BRIAN!!!!!!!!!! WE NEED BETTER THAN HIM!!!!!!
supersibon
I watched him play at St James in Shearers testimonial and he was good awful at that standard!! I think he was being marked by And AND Dec!!
Waddles Wing Wizardy
I watched him play at St James in Shearers testimonial and he was good awful at that standard!! I think he was being marked by And AND Dec!!
Waddles Wing Wizardy
i dont rate him, but i think a few seasons ago some team was ranting and raving about how good he was cant remeber who though
peter_655
i dont rate him, but i think a few seasons ago some team was ranting and raving about how good he was cant remeber who though
peter_655
 

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