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Wednesday Week - 02/04/06

27/03/06: Vital Sheffield Wednesday broke the news that the Owls were chasing the services of WBA midfielder Andy Johnson (not the same one at Crystal Palace unfortunately!). Paul Sturrock had made a loan bid for the experienced midfielder at the last minute but Albion rejected the offer. Click Here For More

27/03/06: Following the impressive 2-0 victory over Preston North End at the weekend, the Owls received a further boost by learning that on loan 'keeper Scott Carson was keen to stay with the Owls until the end of the season to help in the fight against relegation. Click Here For More

28/03/06: Paul Sturrocks squad was boosted on Tuesday with the news that long term absentees Jon-Paul McGovern and Steve Adams were ready for another run out in the reserves. The reserve match was to be called off but it was a sign that the duo were nearly ready for a return to first team action. Click Here For More

29/03/06: Vital Sheffield Wednesday looked at the progress of American right-0back Frankie Simek at Hillsborough, and how he targets a call-up to the USA national side in the near future. Click Here For More

30/03/06: After a relatively good week at Hillsborough, Paul Sturrock was dealt what seems to be his weekly blow when learning that defender Peter Gilbert will be out until the end of the season. The Owls later learnt that Gilbert would in fact, be out until as late as December 2006. Click Here For More

30/03/06: Owls youngster Rory McArdle returns from his near season-long loan from League Two side Rochdale. Vital Sheffield Wednesday looks at the young defenders progress while at Spotland. Click Here For More

01/04/06: Vital Sheffield Wednesday exclusively revealed that Wednesday old boy James Quinn was to return to Hillsborough for the rest of the season. Check the date...yes, it WAS an April Fool! Click Here For More

01/04/06: Wednesday finished the week by extending the gap between themselves and the relegation zone by earning a point in a 0-0 draw with Burnley at Hillsborough. Not a classic. Click Here For More




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Date:Sunday April 2 2006

Time: 11:00AM

 

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