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Owls Chase Cardiff's Feeney

Owls Chase Cardiff's Feeney

Cardiff City's out-of-favour Northern Ireland striker Warren Feeney has emerged as the likely candidate to sign for the Owls on loan this week.

Wednesday boss Brian Laws had planned to bolster his squad with a loan striker from a Premier League club before tomorrow's loan transfer deadline.

But with the deal dead in the water, Northern Irishman Feeney looks set to fill the void with a loan move to Hillsborough in the next 48 hours.

The 28-year-old former Leeds United and Luton Town man has struggled to make any impact since his move to Wales in 2006 and has made just two appearances from the substitutes bench this term.

He was loaned out to SPL side Dundee United last season and had a return of six goals from 18 starts.

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Writer:Nick
Date:Wednesday November 25 2009
Time: 2:59PM

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The premier league striker we were after is one of Arsenal's youngsters but Wegner said no to the move beacuse he wants to play him in the Carling cup. Laws is supposed to be in talks with Derby to sign Luke Varney permanently in January and Feeney now is being linked with the club...neither bits of gossip have exactly got me salivating with excitement.
CLIFFANDJ
25/11/2009 15:11:00
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Same here Cliff. Feeney is no better than what we currently have. Its a sad state of affairs at the min, im not confident about the future at all.
Danigol_10_SWFC
25/11/2009 15:24:00
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If this is true then I just moved from the "maybe BL has taken us as far as he can" camp to the "Laws out now" school of thought. Idiotic idea!
robc
25/11/2009 15:48:00
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if were going for him we might as well go back in for steve mclean at least we know he can score, god were useless
fozzyp
25/11/2009 16:04:00
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If this is really the best that BL can do then he might as well bring back Sodje, keep Jeffers in the frame and save the money. I don't see how Feeney can be seen as progress.
baldowl
25/11/2009 16:51:00
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Ok this is only a rumour but Laws has confirmed he's entering into talks with Derby for Varney (a forward who has scored 2 goals for as I think). That and, according to the fans forum, the noises he is making about the return of Darren Purse to the side ("he had an awful September", his August wasn't exactly sparkling either Brian). It's confirmed. I've lost my faith in Brian Laws leadership.
robc
25/11/2009 17:56:00
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Bad move BL.... WHAT THE BLOODY HELL ARE YOU THINKING??
US Owl
25/11/2009 17:58:00
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that should have read for us......sorry about that
robc
25/11/2009 17:59:00
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if warren feeney is the best you can do brian then dont even bother-just resign and do us all a favour!!!
supersibon
25/11/2009 18:25:00
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He will be looking at this lad on the say so of "captain not so fantastic". Whats up hasnt BL got a mind of his own......wait a minute !!!!!!!
Skeggy owl
25/11/2009 18:50:00
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