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John Rumours Rubbish

Media reports are today reporting that former Fulham front man Collins John has been offered a trial at Wednesday - but the rumours seem just that.

John, who also played at Leicester City, has signed a three-year contract with Belgium side KSV Roeselare this month, ending all speculation linking the Owls with the striker.

No doubt it's silly season when it comes to transfer speculation - Patrick Kluivert being linked with a move to Hillsborough last season is a prime example of that.

And Wednesday fans are sure to hear more names linked with the blue and white stripes before the season kicks off.

But the linking of former Manchester United and Celtic man Liam Miller in the press could prove more reliable, although the signing of Tommy Miller and the more-than-likely capture of Darren Potter could see Wednesday well represented in midfield.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday July 6 2009

Time: 9:35AM

Your Comments

Shame really, I've always liked this guy, good striker. Although, we wouldnt be able to get near his wage demands (just like most players linked with us!)
johnnywalker69
I agree !! he is a very good striker bt its the same old story wiv wednesday. big players get linked wiv us bt we cnt pay there wages lol uto
maltby_owl
What about andy gray from charlton. He would be a good buy.
Radon Barrier
heard somewhere that the second player we have on trail is BWP, dont know if theres anything in that, keeping with players on high wages Darius Vassell
wesp
not for me lads couldn’t hit a pigs arse with stick, we need someone who can get goals at this level who would come for peanuts as looking at the ***** that’s turned us down for more money that’s what we must be paying compared to others in this league.
HorburyOwl
who is BWP?
Radon Barrier
Bradley Wright-Phillips is it?
johnnywalker69
yea it is, reading teletext today on itv, on the wednesday page it says that strafford is going to give laws an extra £2m if the 16,500 tickets are sold.... this is 2 mil extra so wot we got at the minute, and also is it bull****???? would be nice if true tho
smiggyswfc
 

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