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Wednesday Week - 16/09/07

06/09/07: Wednesday boss Brian Laws has entered the race to sign wanted Tranmere Rovers highly-rated winger Steven Davies alongside Leeds and Wolves according to media reports. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

06/09/07: Championship rivals Stoke City are set to swoop for highly-rated Owls midfielder Glenn Whelan according to reports in today's papers. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

06/09/07: Wednesday youngster Sean McAllister is all set for a one-month loan spell at League Two club Mansfield Town to bolster his first team experience. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

08/09/07: Wednesday may have a break from league action this weekend but Owls boss Brian Laws is still busy looking for a new centre-back to bolster his squad. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

08/09/07: Owls boss Brian Laws is lining up a shock 250,000 swoop for former loanee goalkeeper Iain Turner according to reports in today's papers. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

10/09/07: Vital SWFC forum member Paul Statham ('Placebo') was lucky enough to get his hands on a copy of EA Sports Fifa08, so he took the opportunity to play a Sheffield derby match! Here's his report.. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

11/09/07: Owls boss Brian Laws is keen to bolster his defensive options, and reports today are linking Wednesday with a move for out-of-favour Wigan defender Fitz Hall. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

12/09/07: Wednesday striker Francis Jeffers is set to return to the fold for the crunch trip to Preston North End on Saturday after coming through his reserve outing unscathed. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

12/07/09: Wednesday are upping their bid to sign experienced Sunderland midfielder Graham Kavanagh to Hillsborough according to reports today.
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15/09/07: Paul Gallagher's first half strike was enough to give Preston their first victory of the season and condemn Wednesday to the worst start to a season in their history at Deepdale on Saturday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday September 16 2007

Time: 7:28PM

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Things have got to change soon, your not playing bad football just not getting the results which will change I think.
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