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Wednesday Week - 10/04/07

02/04/07: We asked Vital Sheffield Wednesday users whether captain marvel Lee Bullen should be offered a new deal at the end of the season when his current one expires - and the results are in! CLICK HERE FOR MORE

02/04/07: Wednesday may still be sitting ten points behind a play-off spot following their 2-1 win over Crystal Palace - but boss Brian Laws is still looking towards a top six finish. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

02/04/07: Former Wednesday defender Graeme Lee will be feeling the effects of a huge hangover today after lifting the Johnstone Paints Trophy for Doncaster Rovers in Cardiff yesterday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

03/04/07: Portsmouth trio Sventoslav Todorov, Jamie Ashdown and Richard Hughes have all been linked with a combined 2 million move to Wednesday in the summer, according to Radio Sheffield. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

03/04/07: In-form Wednesday winger Chris Brunt has compared the Owls form this season to that of his native Northern Ireland. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

03/04/07: Wednesday boss Brian Laws hasn't given up hope of signing on-loan Everton youngster Iain Turner for next season - and is looking at a possible season-long loan swoop. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

04/04/07: Wednesday boss Brian Laws is one of four Championship managers in line for the prestigious manager of the month award for March. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

06/04/07: Wednesday have today revealed season ticket and matchday ticket prices for next season - with prices going up for fans. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

07/04/07: On-loan Owls stopper Iain Turner could have his spell at Hillsborough cut short should Everton boss David Moyes recall the youngster in light of an injury to Richard Wright. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

07/04/07: The Owls kept their slim hopes of a play-off place alive by stretching their unbeaten run to eight games thanks to victory against Dave Jones' Cardiff City at Ninian Park on Saturday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

09/04/07: Wednesday made it two wins from two over the Easter period and made it nine games unbeaten as they swept aside a lacklustre Ipswich side thanks to second half strikes from Glenn Whelan and Steve Maclean. CLICK HERE FOR MORE




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday April 10 2007

Time: 9:00AM

 

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