Wednesday Week - 22/10/06
17/10/06: Pop group 'Twin' left Wednesday fans with a wry smile and Barnsley fans fuming after going on a foul-mouthed tirade at our smaller neighbours on Saturday - and promptly got arrested! CLICK HERE FOR MORE
17/10/06: Will Sofiene Zaaboub ever learn of his Hillsborough fate? The left-back has been on trial at Hillsboorugh for two weeks and boss Paul Sturrock has delayed his deicision for a further week today. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
18/10/06: A four-star performance from newly-promoted Colchester United saw Wednesday fall to their biggest defeat of the season at Layer Road on a glum night for Paul Sturrock and his team on Wednesday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
19/10/06: Owls chairman Dave Allen has revealed boss Paul Sturrock has parted company with the club after Wednesday fell to new lows in last night's 4-0 drubbing by Colchester United which left Wednesday fourth from bottom in the Championship. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
20/10/06: Vital Sheffield Wednesday users have paid tribute and thanks to Paul Sturrock after the former Owls boss was shown the Hillsborough door yesterday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
20/10/06: Former Norwich City boss and Wednesday legend Nigel Worthington has revealed he's ready to sit down and talk with the Owls board about the manager's vacancy at Hillsborough. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
20/10/06: Wednesday have appointed academy manager Sean McAuley as Owls caretaker boss following the sacking of Paul Sturrock. McAuley will be assisted by goalkeeping coach Billy Mercer. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
20/10/06: Wednesday fan and boxing promoter Dennis Hobson has revealed he has a team in place to take over the club that will 'excite Wednesday fans' following the departure of Paul Sturrock yesterday.
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21/10/06: Championship rivals Burnley have rejected an approach from Wednesday to talk to boss Steve Cotterill about the vacant manager's post at Hillsborough following the sacking of Paul Sturrock. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
22/10/06: Two goals from Marcus Tudgay and a trademark Steve Maclean penalty gave managerless Wednesday a close-fought victory over John Gregory's rejuvinated Queens Park Rangers side at Hillsborough on Saturday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
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