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Wednesday Week - 28/05/06

22/05/06: Owls Boss Paul Sturrock Announces he hopes to complete a deal for a third summer signing later this week, as he looks set to open talks with a mystery player this week. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

22/05/06: Amid rumours Sturrock was tracking Barnsley midfielder Stephen McPhail, the Owls boss plays down the talk and insists the deal is dead. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

23/05/06: With the summer rumour mill now underway, former Everton legend Duncan Ferguson is linked with a move to Hillsborough. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

23/05/06: This week's Vital poll asks where the Wednesdayite shares should go, after Owls Chairman Dave Allen publically offered to write off his loan should the fans group hand over their near-10 per cent share of the club. HAVE YOUR SAY HERE!

24/05/06: With a third summer signing on the cards sooner rather than later, highly-rated Crewe midfielder Kenny Lunt is linked with a move to S6 - along with a host of other clubs. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

24/05/06: Liverpool goalkeeper Scott Carson is high on Paul Sturrock's wanted list, and sources close to the club expect a deal to be done sooner rather than later... CLICK HERE FOR MORE

25/05/06: Norwich City midfielder Dickson Etuhu is the next player to be linked with a summer move to South Yorkshire. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

25/05/06: With the new season still more than two weeks away, the Owls players are already eyeing a high finish. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

25/05/06: Former Owls loanee Scott Carson gets a boost ahead of the World Cup Finals with the news that he will be included in the squad to travel to Germany at the expense of the injured Robert Green. But could this be bad news for Wednesday? CLICK HERE FOR MORE

26/05/06: Vital Sheffield Wednesday exclusively breaks the news online that goalkeeper David Lucas has rejected a new contract offer with the club and will be playing elsewhere next season. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

27/05/06: The agent of Wolves midfielder Colin Cameron reveals the Scot has turned down Wolves' latest offer of a new contract, which alerts the Owls to the midfielder's signature. CLICK HERE FOR MORE




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Date:Sunday May 28 2006

Time: 12:11PM

 

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