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Wednesday Week - 29/10/06

23/10/06: The club are appealing to wednesdayites to help identify a minority of fans who threw coins at on-loan stopper Brad Jones during the 3-2 victory over Queens Park Rangers on Saturday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

23/10/06: South Yorkshire rivals Barnsley have rejected an approach from Wednesday to talk to boss Andy Ritchie about the vacant manager's post at Hillsborough. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

24/10/06: Reports in Lancashire are claiming the Owls are set to make a second approach for highly-rated Burnley boss Steve Cotterill - after already having a bid turned down last week. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

24/10/06: Owls midfielder Kenny Lunt is being chased by three Championship clubs after failing to secure a first-team place at the club since arriving from Crewe in the summer. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

24/10/06: Vital Sheffield Wednesday contributor Mark Hollins has his say on the sacking of Paul Sturrock, and the runners and riders for the Hillsborough hot-seat... CLICK HERE FOR MORE

24/10/06: Owls' physiotherapist John Dickens is set to move to South Yorkshire neighbours Doncaster Rovers after resigning from the club yesterday according to reports. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

25/10/06: Young Wednesday striker Barry Corr netted in the Owls' reserves 2-0 victory over Huddersfield Town last night as he stepped up his return to full fitness following a knee injury.
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25/10/06: Former Charlton Athletic boss Alan Curbishley has ruled himself out of the vacant manager's hot seat at Hillsborough according to reports in today's papers. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

25/10/06: Scunthorpe United manager Brian Laws is the latest name to be interviewed for the vacant managerial post at Hillsborough - a list which chairman Dave Allen has shortened to three candidates. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

26/10/06: Owls chairman Dave Allen has revealed the club will begin talks with a 'high profile manager' next week as he looks to reduce the shortlist to three after the Crystal Palace match. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

26/10/06: Young Wednesday striker Barry Corr has agreed to join League One high-flyers Bristol City on a one month loan deal. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

29/10/06: Wednesday have been dealt a double blow with the news that Wade Small and Tommy Spurr could both be missing from the Owls clash with Crystal Palace on Tuesday after picking up injuries in the 2-2 draw with Wolves on Saturday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

29/10/06: Caretaker boss Sean McAuley made it four points from six on Saturday as the Owls picked up a deserved point at high-flying Wolves in a thrilling game at Molineux. CLICK HERE FOR MORE




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Date:Sunday October 29 2006

Time: 3:00PM

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