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Laws Confirms Sears Interest

Wednesday boss Brian Laws has confirmed his interest in signing West Ham youngster Freddie Sears on a season-long loan deal.

The Owls' interest in the young hot shot was revealed by Peterborough United's Barry Fry after the Posh saw their interest in thr striker thwarted by the Hammers.

Fry insisted West Ham were keen for the youngster to move to Hillsborough, and Owls boss Laws has confirmed his interest.

He told BBC Radio Sheffield: 'We are in with a shout of signing Freddie, but there are other clubs interested in him too,' Laws told the BBC.

'Freddie is currently on holiday, but we will meet up again when he gets back.'

Laws has a young Premier League striker on the top of his targets list as he looks to build his squad for the 2009-10 campaign.




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Date:Wednesday June 10 2009

Time: 11:44AM

Your Comments

bring it on could be a great player for us, better than Jeffers 1 goal all year biggest waste of cash since giles debuilder or should that be bob the builder
HorburyOwl
Anichebe please Brian he's yer man
ecco owl
anichebe? us? as in wednesday? i facking hope so!!!
neverlicktheBeever
Personally i'd rather have Sears, Anichebe has too much baggage, could affect morale.
BedfordOwl
talking to a hammers fan today and said the young lad sears is a class act strong fast and great finsher and would do a great job in the champ for any club so yes please bl
dublin owl
Anichebe, he fell out with Moyes, but is he the sort you want in the dressing room, if he has a bad attitude. Sears to me looks the better bet.
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