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Gray Gets Blues For Owls

Wednesday midfielder Michael Gray has been dealt a blow with the news that he'll miss the remainder of the season through injury.

The former Sunderland and Blackburn Rovers man has been sidelined for the last few weeks after picking up the initial injury in the 2-2 draw at Watford last month.

The 34-year-old, who signed for the club until the end of the season from Wolves, had surgery but needs at least three months recovery time before getting back on the pitch.

The news could also be a blow to any aspirations Gray had of penning an extended deal with Wednesday next season.

'Michael had an exploratory operation to find the cause of the pain in his shoulder and that minor surgery has effectively ended his season,' Brian Laws told www.swfc.co.uk.

Wednesday brought in forward Luke Varney until the end of the season to plug the gap left by Gray.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday April 1 2009

Time: 12:14PM

Your Comments

Bloody typical!!
WestyOwl7
Bloody typical!!
WestyOwl7
might sound harsh but i think we should let his contract run and release him-the same with watson. we need experience granted but i dont think its the way forward to be offering gray & watson new deals!!
supersibon
might sound harsh but i think we should let his contract run and release him-the same with watson. we need experience granted but i dont think its the way forward to be offering gray & watson new deals!!
supersibon
Sorry Supersibon I have to dosagree with you on this one. I would definitely keep Gray onf or another year. Think he's given us a lot on the wing and his work rate and enthusiasm defies his age. Watson I can't see playing again though we'll miss him but Gray I would have for another year, deffo
SuperOwls
Sorry Supersibon I have to dosagree with you on this one. I would definitely keep Gray onf or another year. Think he's given us a lot on the wing and his work rate and enthusiasm defies his age. Watson I can't see playing again though we'll miss him but Gray I would have for another year, deffo
SuperOwls
 

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