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Wednesday Week - 20/11/06

Wednesday Week - 20/11/06

13/11/06: Vital Sheffield Wednesday contributor Jeff Gold makes a welcome return to have his say on Brain Laws' appointment at the helm of the madhouse that is Sheffield Wednesday Football Club... CLICK HERE FOR MORE

13/11/06: Former Wednesday and Preston North End stopper David Lucas has been taken on trial by Barnsley as he looks to return to Championship action following his release from Wednesday in the summer. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

14/11/06: The Owls seem to have turned a corner since the sacking of Paul Sturrock almost a month ago, but is it just a 'honeymoon' period? Was the club right to sack Paul Sturrock? CLICK HERE FOR MORE

14/11/06: Would-be investor Dennis Hobson last night revealed the rest of his consortium ahead of the club's AGM - and insisted the group would not be going away without a fight. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

14/11/06: Long-term Owls absentee Peter Gilbert made his long-awaited return to action as he featured for the first time since March in Wednesday's 5-0 thrashing of Bradford City on Tuesday afternoon. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

15/11/06: Wednesday have today announced that current club sponsor, PlusNet, have agreed to extend their curent deal with improved terms for a further two years. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

15/11/06: Wednesday have released the voting results from the recent AGM meeting - and have distanced themselves further from the fans by defeating three of the six fan-related resolutions. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

16/11/06: Wednesday-mad Mark Hollins returns to Vital Sheffield Wednesday to have his latest rant, or rather rave, about all things blue and white... CLICK HERE FOR MORE

16/11/06: Highly-rated Owls midfielder Yoann Folly has agreed an extension to his contract - which was due to end at the end of the season - which will keep him at the club until 2009. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

19/11/06: Brian Laws fell to his first defeat as Owls boss as Wednesday's impressive upturn in results came to an abrupt end at the Ricoh Arena thanks to a brace from Leon McKenzie - and a little help from referee Neil Swarbrick who sent Wade Small and Chris Brunt off before the break. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

19/11/06: Wednesday boss Brian Laws is set to appeal against the red cards to Wade Small and Chris Brunt which saw the Owls fall to a 3-1 defeat against Coventry City on Saturday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

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Writer:Nick
Date:Monday November 20 2006
Time: 9:00AM

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