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Laws Targets Simek Loan Move

Wednesday boss Brian Laws is looking to give defender Frank Simek a loan move out of Hillsborough to help improve his fitnesss.

The American right-back has suffered a string of injuries recently which have given Lewis Buxton the chance to secure the right-back slot.

And despite a few appearances in the blue and white, the latest in the Carling Cup loss to Port Vale, Laws is keen to send the former Arsenal youth product out on loan to give him some valuable game time.

Simek is still a key part of Laws' plans, but is happy to leave former Stock man Buxton in at right-back until Simek can prove his fitness.

The loan window remains open after the transfer deadline closes next week, so Laws will be in no rush to give Simek a loan elsewhere, but will let him leave should the right offer come in.




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Date:Friday August 28 2009

Time: 11:45AM

Your Comments

as long as the option to recall him early is stipulated and he can't play against us I'm happy with that.
Carbone's Padawan
I think it's something Frankie needs, to get his fitness levels up...
US Owl
Weird decision IMO.
Danigol_10_SWFC
Definitley lacking fitness, he struggled to keep up with the port vale players doesnt look nowhere near as sharp as he used too. A loan move should do him good and hopefully get him fit.
owlswfc
get him at the lane until january, he will never wana go back thats for sure - always rated him, but he is injury prone & and a risk!!
bladesforlife1889
here he is. can't help checking up on the important news eh?
Hirsty's Shinpads
Actually he isn't that injury prone - he's just had a severe injury and his comeback has had a few 'bumps in the road'. As for a loan move to the sty... Yeah that'll happen won't it... errrrrm no.
Carbone's Padawan
whats that?? bfl admitting that he would like a player who cant get in our 1st 11 at bumhole lane?? god he is a retard
smiggyswfc
I fwe can get him out on loan for a few months it will improve his fitness and confidence.
smurf
 

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