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Wednesday Week - 11/02/07

Wednesday Week - 11/02/07

05/02/06: Young Owls winger David McClements has been rewarded for his rapid progression through the Owls youth ranks by being nominated for the Wickes Young Apprentice of the Year by Wednesday staff. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

05/02/07: Wednesday boss Brian Laws has revealed he could dip in to the loan market when it re-opens on Thursday to provide defensive cover.
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06/02/07: Wednesday captain Lee Bullen has insisted the Owls must be able to take the rough with the smooth and has revealed he's confident they can soon put their poor run of form behind them. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

06/02/07: Wednesday defender Peter Gilbert has returned from his loan spell at Doncaster Rovers and hopes to bolster the Owls defensive options following ten months on the sidelines. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

06/02/07: Wednesday midfielder Glenn Whelan has been rewarded for his fine form in a difficult month for the Owls by picking up the Player of the Month award for January.
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07/02/07: In-form Wednesday winger Chris Brunt impressed the Northern Irish faithful at Windsor Park as he played the full 90 minutes for Lawrie Sanchez in their 0-0 draw with Wales on Tuesday night. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

07/02/07: Wednesday chairman Dave Allen has revealed he is in talks with four parties interested in investing in the Owls - with club ownership set to be resolved in the summer. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

08/02/07: It took the Owls board and shareholders all of 15 minutes to decide that no changes had to be made to the current financial strategy at the extraordinary general meeting today. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

08/02/07: Former Wednesday boss Paul Sturrock has been rewarded for guiding his new club Swindon Town up to second in League Two by collecting the Manager of the Month award for January. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

09/02/07: Wednesday have today completed the signing of 32-year-old West Brom defender Steve Watson on loan until the end of the season.
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10/02/07: Wednesday boss Brian Laws has urged Owls fans to be patient with new-boy Leon Clarke - insisting the potential is there to mould a quality player in the long-term. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

11/02/07: Wednesday finally picked up for their first point of the season against an equally out-of-form Burnley side at Turf Moor on Saturday - but it could have been so much more for Brian Laws as the Owls failed to turn their chances in to goals. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

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Writer:Nick
Date:Sunday February 11 2007
Time: 4:27PM

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