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Wednesday Week - 17/12/06

11/12/06: Norwich boss Peter Grant revealed it would have been a 'total injustice' had Wednesday not taken all three points from Saturday's clash at Carrow Road. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

12/12/06: The latest poll on Vital Sheffield Wednesday asked fans which position should be strengthened when the January transfer window opens - and the results are in! CLICK HERE FOR MORE

12/12/06: Wednesday boss Brian Laws is the new leader of the League Managers' Association Performance Table for the second quarter following the 2-1 victory over Norwich City at the weekend. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

12/12/06: Wednesday winger Chris Brunt has been the subject of a scouting mission from the West Ham scouts - but an approach has not yet been made for the highly-rated youngster. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

13/12/06: Wednesday U18s crashed out of the FA Youth Cup in the third round as a goal either side of half time saw Bolton progress to the next round at Hillsborough on Tuesday night. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

13/12/06: On-loan stopper Mark Crossley is all set to extend his deal at Hillsborough until the end of the season after Owls boss Brian Laws revealed Fulham were 'not against it'. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

13/12/06: Scunthorpe United chairman Steve Wharton has warned Brian Laws off taking United duo Billy Sharp and Andy Keogh with him to Hillsborough - by insisting they are going nowhere. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

14/12/06: Owls boss Brian Laws has revealed he is set to sit down for talks with highly-rated youngster Tommy Spurr over a new contract at the club. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

14/12/06: The Owls forgotten man Peter Gilbert is set to be sent out on loan by Wednesday boss Brian Laws in the January transfer window as he looks to get back to full fitness after recovering from injury. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

14/12/06: Wednesday boss Brian Laws has revealed discussions have started with Coventry boss Micky Adams about the possible extension of Wayne Andrews' current Hillsborough loan deal. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

17/12/06: Wednesday boss Brian Laws insisted the encounter with league leaders Birmingham City was a 'win win' situation for the club - and there were certainly plenty of positives to take from the match despite a scoreline which more than flattered Steve Bruce's men. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 18 2006

Time: 9:00AM


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