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Wednesday Week - 10/09/06

04/09/06: HAPPY BIRTHDAY SWFC! The Owls celebrate their 139th birthday on Monday... CLICK HERE FOR MORE

05/09/06: Some good news at last for Owls boss Paul Sturrock as former Derby hitman Marcus Tudgay is is-line for an appearance in the reserve team clash with Walsall on Tuesday night. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

05/09/06: And the news just keeps getting better for Wednesday as the Owls win their appeal against Brad Jones' sending off against Leeds. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

06/09/06:...And Tudgay marks his Owls comeback by netting the winner in the Owls 2-1 reserve team victory over Walsall reserves on Tuesday night. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

06/09/06: BIG news on the investment front as potential investor Dennis Hobson reveals part of his plans should he become involved with Wednesday. Ron Atkinson and Chris Waddle are the names linked with a return to the club. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

06/09/06: The latest poll on Vital Sheffield Wednesday reveals the majority of Owls fans want to see midfielder Glenn Whelen taken off the transfer-list after a number of impressive performances at the start of the new campaign which have seen him become a vital member of the Owls team. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

07/09/06: More takeover news from S6 amid fears that the Jersey consortium interested in investing in the club could come up against a brick wall... CLICK HERE FOR MORE

07/09/06: Remember Paul Sturrock asked for Premiership refs to stay in the Premiership after Steve Bennett's poor performance in the Leeds match? Well Sturrock won't be a happy bunny as ANOTHER Premiership ref is named for an Owls game! CLICK HERE FOR MORE

07/09/06: Richard Wood agrees a new two-year extension to his Owls contract after impressing boss Paul Sturrock. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

08/09/06: More positive news on the transfer front for Wednesday as striker Drew Talbot nears a comeback for the reserve team. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

08/09/06: Wednesday fans thinking of going to the Sunderland away match later this month may have to think again after the Black Cats slapped a limit on ticket sales due to fans standing at games. CLICK HERE FOR MORE




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Date:Sunday September 10 2006

Time: 1:36PM

 

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