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Beevers agrees permanent Lions move

Beevers agrees permanent Lions move

Wednesday defender Mark Beevers will complete a permanent transfer to Millwall when the transfer window opens in January.

The Barnsley-born player is currently enjoying a successful loan spell with the Lions but will make the deal a permanent one on January 1.

The Owls have agreed a transfer fee with their Championship rivals and Beevers has also agreed personal terms over a deal to move to the New Den.

Beevers, who came through the Wednesday youth set-up, moved to Millwall on-loan in October and has played for them eleven times, helping them climb up the Championship table.

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Writer:Nick
Date:Thursday December 6 2012
Time: 5:46PM

Comments

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what a *****n joke, this is an absolute pss take. why dont we sell antonio and madine while we are at it? jones can leave now im solutely fed up!
ozzietheowl
06/12/2012 19:35:00
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what another cracking example of our transfer policy
wedalways
06/12/2012 19:44:00
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If we sold the aforementioned players then DJ could be paid off.
tommacandernie
06/12/2012 20:09:00
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At the moment we have 4 CBs on our books :- one is 33 years od and a complete donkey, born in Northumberland. One is 32 years old and a crock born in Stone (Staffs). One is 33 years old and has made himself a legend, born in Castilleja de la Cuesta. One is 23 born in Barnsley, an up and coming star of the future and a complete Wednesdayite. What do we do? Get rid of the future and rely on old men. Just hope to God he doesn't use the money to buy Bothroyd.
dooleys left leg
07/12/2012 08:13:00
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dooleys left leg, is it just me or is there a pattern developing here? Since being stung by the whole Megson/ fans' loyalty thing MM seems determined to eject anyone or anything with sworn allegiances to the club. Rob Jones was shuffled out with indecent haste, RO'D & Sedgwick were shown the door, Weaver is the forgotten man and not worth a squad number, Palmer was farmed out on loan and Beevers followed him, and now we're told it's for good. Blimey! I bet Ozzie Owl's sweating!
OurMaurice
07/12/2012 08:48:00
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@OurMaurice - Ozzie is absolutely fed up! (see first post....lol)
swfcjambo
07/12/2012 11:28:00
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it kind of reminds me of the Leeds team that was relegated from the prem e few years ago that was made up of loanees and over the hillers just there for the money and the few that gave a ***** gave up in the end as every one else at the club was just there for the pay-check and knew they were off at the end of the season so it didn't matter what happened to the club. It frightened me that a whole club could be run like that and now it would appear it is happening here. MM needs to sort things out before we are well and truely up the creek without a paddle. I don't just mean DJ needs sorting the players with the exception of the few need a kick up the arse and re-focus on where they could take this club. It seems the players are fine to hide behind Dave Jones being blamed for everything maybe if some of them were to forget Jones game plan and play the way they want to we might have some sucess - on the other hand maybe it's fear of having a good game as they would be dropped??
wedalways
07/12/2012 12:12:00
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This really sucks, Millwall cant believe their luck 7th in the table and a cheap centre half that has helped get them up there, Christmas comes early and we are left with all the donkeys
Brighton Owl
07/12/2012 13:28:00
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Good Luck Mark I am convinced you must have run over the club cat and clearly you must not be forgiven
andymac-scoresagoal
07/12/2012 17:07:00
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A good post OurMaurice because you may have hit on the issue which is driving this whole situation. Even if that is what's driving things its still bewildering. Selling Beevers leaves me speechless: what possible game plan can that be playing to for the benefit of the Club unless its all down to personalities. And even then its hard to justify it being to our advantage. Wedalways suggests DJ sort the players out....he can't....he isn't capable. If he could do it he would have done it before now. If any individual has an ounce of sense he learns from his mistakes but all this guy seems to do is repeat them and put the blame somewhere else when it goes wrong.....again. I have a really deep worry now that we are stuck with this guy up to and possibly beyond the point of any possible return
Fantham's Hairnet
07/12/2012 17:16:00
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