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Would Woody Or Wouldn't He?

Now that Coventry City have a Scott Dann sized hole in their back four, it's inevitable that talk of a transfer involving Richard Wood resurfaces.

England Under-21 international Dann made a 3.5 million pound move to Premiership returnees Birmingham City, and with that kind of money burning a hole in Chris Coleman's pocket, and historical interest from the Sky Blues, the Owls central defender is the logical replacement. Logical if you believe paper talk, that is. Add to that the Owls acquisition of Darren Purse to fill any unexpected gap in the squad, and the gossip columns are desperately trying to put two and two together.

There's allegedly further interest in Wood from Crystal Palace, Ipswich and even our neighbours across the city (the sale of Kilgallon the rumour there), but there'll be no real indication of Woody's intentions until he returns from holiday and resumes discussions with Brian Laws over a new contract, having one year left on his existing deal. Wednesday, for their part, insist that no one will be sold.




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Writer: Auckland Owl Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday June 15 2009

Time: 9:00AM

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Give us the 3.5 you recieved for scott dann and i'll run him to coventry myself
ecco owl
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15/06/2009 12:01:00

There is more chance of seeing someone platt fog than there is of Woody going to the Sty.
Skeggy Owl
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15/06/2009 14:54:00

Ha Ha nice one ecco owl
ollyowl70
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15/06/2009 14:55:00

ecco-pig - further to you earlier comments, are you sure u arn't 5 years old with comments like that?? 3.5m?? ha ha keep amusing us all
bladesforlife1889
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15/06/2009 17:20:00

we can say what we like on this site as it is for owls, you however would be more suited to playing with traffic. idiot
ozzietheowl
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15/06/2009 18:14:00

You of all people can't have the cheek to question someone's age pfl
johnnywalker69
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15/06/2009 20:22:00

Honestly PFL who cares what you think ?
Skeggy Owl
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16/06/2009 19:10:00

just read wolfs are looking for 1.2mill euro for potter dont they know were skint
dublin owl
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16/06/2009 19:53:00

good to see we are already above you in the table!! as always!!
bladesforlife1889
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16/06/2009 20:51:00

Have you only just learnt that the letter 'U' comes before 'W' in the alphabet pfl?
johnnywalker69
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17/06/2009 15:38:00

 

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