Wednesday Week - 13/05/06
08/05/06: England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson announces his squad and back up players for this summer's World Cup in Germany. Former Owls loanee Scott Carson is on back up should any of the three squad goalkeepers pick up an injury. Click Here For More
09/05/06: Owls boss Paul Sturrock has shown an interest in young Aberdeen defender Kevin McNaughton, whose contract expires this summer. There are thought to be a number of other Championship clubs in for the youngster. Click Here For More
09/05/06: On the same day reports claim that Celtic stopper David Marshall is high up on the Owls bosses' hitlist, should he fail in his attempt to lure Liverpool's Scott Carson to Hillsborough on a season-long loan. Marshall is currently behind Celtic number one Artus Boruc at Parkhead. Click Here For More
10/05/06: Vital Sheffield Wednesday reports that former Owl Richard Evans is to be released from his contract at Shrewsbury in the summer. Evans has been struggling with injuries since he joined the Owls from Birmingham and and his luck didn't change at Gay Meadow since moving in January. Click Here For More
10/05/06: As revealed exclusively on Vital Sheffield Wednesday, the Owls will travel to the USA for their pre-season tournamenet in Cary, North Carolina. Their game against the USL First Division All-Star team is set to be beamed accross the nation on the Fox Sports Soccer channel. Click Here For More & TICKET DETAILS
11/05/06: Owls target Madjid Bougherra is being chased by a host of Premiership and Championship clubs including Blackburn Rovers, Bolton, and city rivals Sheffield United. The Owls will face a tough test to get the signature of the former Crewe man. Click Here For More
11/05/06: Former Owls loanee Mikkel Bischoff is released from his contract at Manchester City. The Danish defender is said to be on Paul Sturrock's shortlist to bring to the club this summer, but his injury problems won't count in his favour as the Owls boss weighs up his options. Click Here For More
11/05/06: Young Owls defender Rory McArdle plays and scores the final goal in Northern Ireland u21s 4-0 defeat of Liechtenstein at Windsor Park. The youngster faces an uncertain future with his contract up this summer. Click Here For More
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