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The Lee Bullen Show!

The Lee Bullen Show!

The Owls' very own club captain Lee Bullen swopped trades this evening as he took to the Radio Sheffield studio to present his very own show.

The 35-year-old stood in for Johnny Nelson on BBC Radio Sheffield for three hours of songs, interviews and much more! He's currently on now until 10pm - so if you fancy a bit of dodgy DJ'ing mixed with football banter then tune in!

Bullen, who's played in every position for the Owls since moving south of the border in the summer of 2004, kicked off with 'Heaven Is A Place On Earth' by Belinda Carlisle and has also featured M People and Eurthmics.

The Scot won't talk about his contract with the Owls but is taking texts and e-mails. He's also had the mis-fortune of linking to Neil Warnock at the Un***d's Civic reception in the city centre. He's more than made up for it with anti-Un***d banter though.

Bullen will be joined by former team mate Paul Heckingbottom who is now at Barnsley and is currently talking to Sheffield boxer and fellow Wednesdayite Clinton Woods.

To check out 'The Lee Bullen Show' go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/aod/mainframe.sht

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Writer:Nick
Date:Wednesday May 3 2006
Time: 8:20PM

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Bullens a legend :D
_natalie_
03/05/2006 21:02:00
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He is a legend, but it sounds like typical footballer's music to me. Did he play any Phil Collins? ;-)
Auckland Owl
03/05/2006 21:51:00
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I don't think so. It was all a bit MOR. Can he be classed as a legend? I certainly love the guy (in a strictly footy fan kinda way/1) but is legend the right word for him? I'll probably remember him forever after lifting the play-off trophy for us, and playing in every position, so I'd probably say so!
nickswfc
03/05/2006 23:08:00
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I know what you mean, it takes a bit more longevity to be a legend. If he plays in every position NEXT season, he definitely will be one!
Auckland Owl
04/05/2006 02:10:00
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