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Owls Complete Feeney Deal

Wednesday boss Brian Laws has bolstered his squad by securing the services of Cardiff City forward Warren Feeney on a one-month loan deal.

Laws has been frantically searching for more attacking options before the transfer deadline this afternoon, with the Northern Irish international arriving in time.

The former Leeds United and Luton man will go straight into the squad to face West Brom on Saturday and is available for selection until Monday, December 28.

Laws told the official SWFC website: 'I am really pleased Dave Jones has allowed Warren to join us on loan because he's an attack-minded player with a lot to offer in the final third and he will give us a boost going into the festive fixtures.'

Laws has also revealed that he's hoping to secure another loan signing before 5pm today, with Stoke City's Tom Soares the likely candidate.



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Writer:Nick
Date:Thursday November 26 2009
Time: 12:10PM

Comments

0
bad move, seems if he cant get who he wants which he never can, he'll buy any old crap
Barton6435
26/11/2009 12:31:00
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I am new to the forum but I have been viewing the comments and news for some time. I have seen a lot and read a lot of peoples comments and unlike some on the site I am a fan of laws however this latest loanee has angered me slightly. I know we have very little money and we are struggling to pay any sort of decent wage however I would rather hang on to to the small amount of money we do have for January window than waste it on someone who has not played first team football in a while and is not someone who is renowned for putting the ball in the net. Scottish football does not count. I think laws has panic loaned and this will count against him with the wednesday fans. I accept we will not be getting in the play offs this year but I would like a dignified mid table finish. I fear its all about the relagation battle for the rest of the season I am gutted to say. where do we go from here???????
nick_swfc123
26/11/2009 12:36:00
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Well said Nick
robc
26/11/2009 12:39:00
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Sorry Owls, can't see this being a great signing for you. I really expected you to push on after a strong end to last season, a top-10 finish. However, Feeney is an unproven workhorse but certainly not a natural finisher. He did do well on loan with Swansea, but don't expect an answer to goalscoring woes!
bluebirdshroom
26/11/2009 12:44:00
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We don't mate.
robc
26/11/2009 12:48:00
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Surely this guy can't be any better than what we have got already and in terms of match fitness no fitter than Sodje? Still, if he scores a hat trick on Saturday then we will all think Laws is a genius!
CLIFFANDJ
26/11/2009 13:06:00
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How does it go from Premier League striker to average Championship striker TWICE?! Laughable.
Danigol_10_SWFC
26/11/2009 13:15:00
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We were after premiership but once again have ended up with premier****.
Radon Barrier
26/11/2009 13:30:00
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I've never been **** out before. Must have misspelled ship with something very close. Why does Laws think if a player is not good enough for Cardiff or Derby he is ok for us. I'm not happy. Expect more of these ******** before the season is out.
Radon Barrier
26/11/2009 13:34:00
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Appalling ******** language Radon. Shame on you.
Danigol_10_SWFC
26/11/2009 13:59:00
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