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Un Bon Regard De France

Brian Laws will finally get a good look at long-time target Ryan France - the Owls have offered him a trial.

The 28 year old midfielder, released by Hull at the end of last season after playing for them in all four divisions, has been on our radar (as well as Wednesday's) for quite a while now, and the Owls boss will check him out in pre-season training, beginning tomorrow.

Laws told the official web site: 'I am very pleased to be able to see how he performs on trial this week. If he impresses then we may be in a position to offer him a deal at Hillsborough. It is an important week with the players returning to training so we will have a clearer picture of what could be at our disposal in the coming days.'

Creme de menthe, Rodney. Vive la France!

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Writer: Auckland Owl Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday June 30 2009

Time: 8:59AM

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I am never going to disagree with giving a local lad the chance to play for the mighty Wednesday. Hope he does well.
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30/06/2009 10:41:00

At least it'll put the rumours to rest....... hope he's up to scratch......
US Owl
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30/06/2009 11:27:00

so if hes a right sided midfielder are we not getting a centre midfielder?? because that would mean were getting 3(france, striker and centre mid) and laws only said 2!!!
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30/06/2009 11:57:00

guess he can play anywhere, if its 3 or more i'd take him no harm in looking at him but if hes one of 2 signings dont think i'd want him, ideally Clingan/Potter over him and A STRIKER
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30/06/2009 12:55:00

if hes up to scratch they,ll take him aswell as 2 others we need aswell, especially if we sell tudgay.
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30/06/2009 17:27:00

If we do sign him does it mean we should prepare ourselves for even more Delboyism like headlines on vital?
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30/06/2009 18:12:00

Petit pois, robc, petit pois.. :)
Auckland Owl
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30/06/2009 20:49:00

mange tout!
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01/07/2009 08:23:00

any1 know who this other trialist is? says on bbc sport website that there france and 1 other person but wont say his name lol
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01/07/2009 11:56:00

Don't know coppel, having a job understanding Auckland and big tony
ecco owl
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01/07/2009 14:52:00

dont know either, tonnes of players released today. How about Sam Vokes or maybe Andy Keogh for striker on loan for season?
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01/07/2009 18:29:00

a big NO NO on keogh we want goals if were going for a loan player wat about wellbeck of manutd .. sorry wesp just dont think keogh has alot of goals in him
dublin owl
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01/07/2009 20:01:00


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