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Owls goalkeeper set for Doncaster move

Wednesday goalkeeper Nicky Weaver is set for a move to League One side Doncaster Rovers.

The 33-year-old has fallen down the pecking order at Hillsborough with Chris Kirkland the new number one following his summer arrival and Stephen Bywater acting as back-up.

And Owls boss Dave Jones has confirmed that Weaver has agreed on a move to the Keepmoat Stadium, with the move all set to be finalised.

Weaver wasn't handed a squad number for the Owls this season and will leave in search of more regular first-team action.

He arrived at Wednesday, his boyhood club, in 2010 following a stint with Burnley and has made 44 appearances in goal for the Owls.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday August 20 2012

Time: 1:32PM

Your Comments

A true Owl, all the best Nicky Weaver - did a good job during a tough period for the club, it's just a shame for him that he doesn't get to revel in the good times
casowl
He'd have relished last season's finale though, casowl. You can rest assured on that! Good luck, Nicky. Now you've teamed up with Big Rob and Tommy Spurr I'll be rooting for Donny all season long!
OurMaurice
Here Here Good luck Nicky just a shame we did not sign you 10 years ago but you bailed us out when all around you were collapsing your a "MASSIVE OWL"
andymac-scoresagoal
All the best Nicky always be a wednesdayite and a wednesday hero.
ollyowl70
all the best nicky model pro and a owl to boot sad to see u go
retfordowl1867
nicky weaver? model pro? times they are a changing.
ozzietheowl
It shows the quality we have in the team when people like Nicky Weaver are leaving.
SeattleOWL
 

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