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Ole, Ole Ole Ole!

Ole, Ole Ole Ole!...Tudgay! Tudgay! Marcus does it again as his November goals see him collect the Wednesday player-of-the-month award for the second month in a row.

The former Derby hitman hit a purple patch towards the end of October and the start of November which saw him smash six goals in just five goals to spark an upturn in results since the departure of Paul Sturrock.

And Tudgay netted three of those goals at the start of the month with two in the 2-1 victory over Leicester City and one the following week in the 2-0 victory over Ipswich Town at Portman Road.

His partnership alongside Deon Burton in the Owls attack has been nothing short of superb and is also rumoured to have caught the attention of Premiership club Wigan Athletic.

Highly-rated Wednesday defender Madjid Bougherra finished second in the monthly award while a rejuvinated Lee Bullen came third thanks to some fine performances towards the end of the month.

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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday December 5 2006

Time: 6:10PM

Your Comments

Well done Marcus, here's to even more goals in December!
spirtySWFC
Has to be magic madjid for me but everyone is playing well! Even Whelan
FUTURES BLUE N WHITE
what do you mean even whelan.
swfcowls
well if wigan mite be looking at him let him keep it up and raze his price tag
owlmad
I mean everyone is playing well at the minute and suprisingly even Whelan after a shocker last season! He really winded me up last season and i'm sure i'm not alone!
FUTURES BLUE N WHITE
i suppose so but he is a good player, we are luckt to have him.
swfcowls
He is the complete striker, he has it all pace, 2 good feet, and a good head. Why did Sturrock allways waste him by trying to play him wide right away from home in those crappy negative formations
haxeyowl
 

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