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Wednesday Week - 18/02/07

12/02/07: Wigan Athletic stopper Mike Pollitt has been linked with a summer move to Hillsborough accoring to reports in the media at the weekend. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

12/02/07: Highly-rated Wednesday winger Chris Brunt has blasted former boss Paul Sturrock for labelling the Northern Ireland international 'lazy' and making life at Hillsborough difficult. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

13/02/07: Peter Gilbert returned to the Owls squad on Saturday for the first time since he picked up his knee injury - we ask the editor from our sister site, Vital Doncaster Rovers, how he got on at the Keepmoat. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

13/02/07: Wednesday new-boy Steve Watson has revealed he's keeping his options open with regards to his future - and is looking forward to playing for the Owls for the next three months. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

13/02/07: Wednesday striker David Graham enhanced his call for a first-team start for the Owls after bagging an impressive hat-trick in the 3-1 victory over Huddersfield reserves today. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

14/02/07: Of all the memorable derby matches over the years, Boxing Day 1979 holds a special place in Sheffield football history. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

14/02/07: Wednesday boss Brian Laws has been linked with a summer move for highly-rated Nottingham Forest and Northern Ireland midfielder Sammy Clingan.

14/02/07: Wednesday have dropped their interest in former AC Milan defender Samir Beloufa after the Algerian defender featured in the reserve clash with Huddersfield yesterday.

14/02/07: Wednesday may not come out on top in much these days, but former goal hero David Hirst continues to do the Owls proud as he tops the hardest recorded shots charts. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

15/02/07: Wednesday new-boy Jermaine Johnson has revealed he's expecting a tough battle to dislodge Wade Small from the side and cement a spot on the right-wing. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

15/02/07: Wednesday fans and Sheffield's finest band the Arctic Monkeys bagged two awards at last night's Brit Awards - winning the best British group and best British album. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

16/02/07: In-form Wednesday striker Deon Burton has revealed the competition for places in the Owls' attack has helped him raise his game in recent weeks - and bag more goals. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

17/02/07: Wednesday striker Marcus Tudgay is determined to put his dry spell in front of goal behind him and and regain the form which saw him net seven goals in nine games earlier this season. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

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Date:Sunday February 18 2007

Time: 2:54PM


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