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Owls' McAuley On The Move?

Rumours are circulating that Owls' Academy manager Sean McAuley is on his way out of the club as soon as this week.

According to sources close to Vital Sheffield Wednesday, McAuley took the Academy teams out for dinner last week and rumours have been circulating this week that he's leaving Hillsborough for pastures new.

The Academy manager is highly thought of by Wednesday fans thanks to his performances with the youth set-up at Middlewood Road.

He also enjoyed a successful stint as caretaker manager of the first team before Brian Laws arrived at the club.

That stint saw Scunthorpe United try and get McAuley as their first team coach as part of the deal that took Laws to Wednesday - a deal which McAuley rejected.

But could he have taken his last coaching session for the Wednesday youngsters?

Keep your eyes peeled to Vital Sheffield Wednesday for all the latest updates.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday April 1 2009

Time: 9:00AM

Your Comments

April fools
johnnywalker69
April fools
johnnywalker69
Not an April Fools, heard this myself last week
welshyowl
Not an April Fools, heard this myself last week
welshyowl
they have got to keep him, he's done a brilliant job April Fool or not
Brighton Owl
they have got to keep him, he's done a brilliant job April Fool or not
Brighton Owl
Peter Crouch playing for England must be an April fool!
robc
Peter Crouch playing for England must be an April fool!
robc
He's off to Chesterfield !!!
Skeggy Owl
He's off to Chesterfield !!!
Skeggy Owl
Chesterfield!?? You havin' a laugh. McAuley would be a huge loss... But he can't be indispensible...
GameBurton07
Chesterfield!?? You havin' a laugh. McAuley would be a huge loss... But he can't be indispensible...
GameBurton07
He's off to Chesterfield !!! no chance , thats going down hill for the lad , hes better than that .
Kimbo
He's off to Chesterfield !!! no chance , thats going down hill for the lad , hes better than that .
Kimbo
Ok, lets just wait and see.
Skeggy Owl
Ok, lets just wait and see.
Skeggy Owl
 

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