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Wednesday Week - 04/02/07

29/01/07: Former Wednesday defender Madjid Bougherra has finally put an end to speculation over his future by putting pen to paper on a 2.5m deal with Premiership strugglers Charlton Athletic. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

30/01/07: Wednesday have agreed a deal with League One side Bradford City over a deal to bring pacey striker Jermaine Johnson to Hillsborough for a fee in excess of 250,000. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

30/01/07: Wednesday's Championship clash with Ian Holloway's Plymouth Argyle has been re-arranged following the Pilgrims' involvement in the FA Cup. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

30/01/07: Scunthorpe United boss Nigel Adkins has issued a hands off warning to his former manager Brian Laws over the availability of star defender Richard Hinds. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

31/01/07: New Wednesday signing Jermaine Johnson will be sidelined for three matches following his sending off for Bradford against Yeovil at the weekend. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

31/01/06: FORMER Owl Kenwyn Jones ensured Wednesday had a winless January as he netted a brace to condemn Brian Laws and his side to a 2-1 defeat at St Mary's on Tuesday night.
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01/02/07: Young Wednesday defender Mark Beevers got the thumbs up from boss Brian Laws after the 17-year-old made his full debut for the club in Tuesday night's 2-1 defeat at Southampton.
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02/02/07: Former Wednesday striker Lee Peacock has been rewarded for his fine form in January by picking up the PFA Fans' Player of the Month award for League Two. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

03/02/07: No, this isn't a party political broadcast by the Conservative's, but party leader David Cameron has revealed he could welcome the return of safe standing at football grounds. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

03/02/07: Tickets for the short trip to Turf Moor have been snapped up by Wednesday fans eager to see their side return to winning ways against Steve Cotterill's men. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

03/02/07: WEDNESDAY remain without a win in 2007 as three defensive errors gave high-flying Preston all three points in a disappointing match at Hillsborough. CLICK HERE FOR MORE




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Date:Sunday February 4 2007

Time: 4:22PM

 

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