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Owls Linked With Jones Chase

The Owls' season ended less than two weeks ago but already the transfer rumours have heated up as boss Alan Irvine builds for the League One campaign.

Hartlepool United midfielder Ritchie Jones is the latest name to be linked with a Hillsborough switch after making it clear that he wants to leave Victoria Park.

The 23-year-old former Manchester United youngster is thought to be being tracked by a host of clubs including the Owls, Millwall and Plymouth Argyle.

Jones' agent Peter Morrison confirmed the midfield man was set to leave Hartlepool this summer and that a number of clubs are interested in his services.

The rumour adds to the already-growing list which includes Preston North End's Sheffield-born winger Chris Sedgwick, who will be leaving Deepdale on a free transfer this summer.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 12 2010

Time: 6:37PM

Your Comments

interesting just what the club needs young players with the heart for the game whilst i was looking at hartlepool squad roy'o donavan scored 9 in 15 starts for them worth a punt ?? thoughts guys
retfordowl1867
anyone proven at that level is a bonus
ozzietheowl
Have heard a few good things about O'Donovan..... would be worth a shout IMO....
US Owl
im just hoping he gets on with it and signs some players sooner rather than later!!! cant afford to sit and do nothing, we need a squad building and quick so they can have pre-season together!!!
supersibon
younger the better for me, get them used to 20000 fans every week, Brunt hated it at first but was young enough not to know the difference! Look at him now! A 20+ goalscorer is a must though!!!!!
no9 de bilde
ryan harley from exeter is a cracking playmaker at this level, i would definatley have him, simeon jackson upfront if cash allows and o'donovan would be a good shout on loan from sunderland
smiggyswfc
I would say someone like Ryan Harley is a must, 10 goals from midfield this season and as we have seen we can't just rely on the strikers to bag! Only problem is wherewould Sedgewick fit in and I think Miller will do a good job at this level!
10goalpayne
Sedgewick on the right side of midfield isnt that his position.
ollyowl70
 

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