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Small Joins Owls

Small Joins Owls

Owls boss Paul Sturrock has completed his first signing of the summer by bringing Milton Keynes Dons midfielder Wade Small to Hillsborough on a three-year deal, subject to a medical.

The 22-year-old will move to Hillsborough for an undisclosed fee, and is likely to fill the gap left by former fans favourite Jon-Paul McGovern, who was told he could leave the club after failing to secure a new contract.

Owls boss Paul Sturrock told the official site: 'I've seen Wade several times over the last couple of years and he's our type of signing. He is very quick, can play in a variety of positions offensively and has high potential. I hope he does very well for Sheffield Wednesday.'

Small came through the academy at the Dons and has made 99 appearances since making his league debut in October 2003 against Coventry City. He netted twelve times during his stay in Milton Keynes.

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Writer:Nick
Date:Monday May 15 2006
Time: 6:22PM

Comments

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not had very good reviews around the MK dons sites!! probably a good thing, we wont expect too much from him. lets hope he's a gem!
newman87
16/05/2006 09:46:00
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" what a major coup- a mk dons division 2 player- nice to see you are aiming high next season"
millers4eva
16/05/2006 10:46:00
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We might as well just wait till one of your guys starts scroring goals and then steal him. Who are you guys signing by the way? 10 points is a lot to catch up...
earthcraike
16/05/2006 11:55:00
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From what PS is saying , he is a prem player, and if wont dont keep him in th efuture he will go to a top prem club.
whites11
16/05/2006 12:49:00
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wait til u see him play 1st
green giant 12
16/05/2006 15:44:00
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he has pace, which is key at the moment, cos we lack it. don;t remember him playing up last season so he cannot have been that bad!
Goalsmaclean
16/05/2006 17:08:00
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millers4eva spouts rubbish. if you look on the mk dons board he says what a good move it is for him etc. brilliant!
newman87
16/05/2006 20:45:00
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" it is a good move for him- div 2 to championship-lol- are you retarded newman?"
millers4eva
17/05/2006 11:17:00
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millers4eva: who will you support when your team ceases to exist? If its the blades then you best hope its soon as they wont be premiership past next season.
earthcraike
17/05/2006 12:40:00
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I see the millers are back while I was away... what's the matter boys, just got rid of the alcopop hangover after staying up and a bit bored? Here's something to ponder: Millers play the same this season as last, 52 points. Minus 10 = 42 points. Oops, relegated. Have a nice summer thinking about that. I'm assuming your club can give the FA assurance you'll make it through next season, of course.
Auckland Owl
18/05/2006 06:56:00
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