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Season Ticket Sales Up

Owls chief executive Kaven Walker has confirmed the club have sold 500 more season tickets than the same period last season, as sales continue to rise at Hillsborough.

Almost 12,000 tickets have been snapped up by the Wednesday faithful after the first discount period which ended on Saturday. It's anticipated tha sales could match, or even top the figure from last season.

Owls CEO Kaven Walker told the official SWFC site: 'On behalf of the club I thank all the fans who have already bought their season ticket for the coming year. I would also encourage those who haven't yet bought their tickets to do so quickly to get the best deals available.'

The surge comes on the back of the pre-season optimism around S6 following the signings of Madjid Bougherra, Kenny Lunt and Wade Small. Owls boss Paul Sturrock also hopes to add more signings before pre-season training begins - with Scott Carson top of the list.

Fans are reminded that the final discount period ends on Saturday 1st July. Full details on season ticket prices are available on www.swfc.co.uk or by calling 0870 999 1867 and selecting option 2.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday June 19 2006

Time: 7:54PM

Your Comments

Do you Sheff Wed fans think you can push on up the Championship next season?
richy23
Definately be a lot higher up than last season, hopefully! Maybe a bit early to be pushing for promotion in one way or another, but it seems the players are aiming high which is always a good thing in my opinion!
spirtySWFC
Thye should do better then last season with a few new signing but i cant see them pushin for promotion,maybe mid table if ya Lucky.
matty17x
12,000 season tickets so far not bad at all. i think luggy will move u up the league next season, i think u will finish 13-15th
green giant 12
Gee thanks green giant. Four places above you lot then :-)
Auckland Owl
If we get Carson, then I really feel we will reach the play offs.
whites11
Thats a fantastic amount of ST's sold. Well done to you. Looks like you'll be backing them to the top of the league. Always did have a big following.
FEn_100
 

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