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Wednesday Week - 21/01/07

15/01/07: David Moyes' Everton are the latest club to be linked with the services of highly-rated Wednesday defender Madjid Bougherra according to reports today. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

15/01/07: Wednesday have completed the transfer of young Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Leon Clarke on a deal that will see the striker remain at S6 until 2009. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

16/01/07: Owls striker Deon Burton has been linked with a move away from the club - to League Two outfit MK Dons - following the arrival of Leon Clarke at Hillsborough.
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16/01/07: Darius Vassell's winner was enough to see Wednesday crash out of the FA Cup against Manchester City at Eastlands on Tuesday night - but the Owls didn't go without a fight. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

17/01/07: Gilligham midfielder Danny Spiller is set to join Wednesday on a free transfer at the end of the season according to reports from Priestfield. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

18/01/07: Owls boss Brian Laws is still confident Wednesday can reach the Championship play-off places despite his side being without a win in 2007. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

18/01/07: Promotion for the Owls has become even more important today with the news that the Premiership's bottom club will net a whopping 30m from next season - the same as this year's champions. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

19/01/07: Owls striker Deon Burton has played down talks of a move to League Two side MK Dons by revealing he is set to sit down and discuss a new contract with Owls boss Brian Laws. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

20/01/07: Wednesday have introduced a smoke free policy at Hillsborough from Tuesday, June 1 in-line with the league-wide policing which kicks in next season. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

20/01/07: Wednesday's poor start to the new year continued at Hillsborough on Saturday afternoon as they fell to a crushing 4-2 defeat against Roy Keane's in-form Sunderland side in front of a bumper 29,000 crowd. CLICK HERE FOR MORE




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Date:Sunday January 21 2007

Time: 10:34AM

 

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