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Wednesday Week - 30/09/07

24/09/07: Wednesday striker Leon Clarke made it three goals in as many games while on loan at Southend United by netting in their 3-2 victory over Doncaster Rovers at the weekend. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

24/09/07: A host of Wednesday legends including Chris Waddle and Mel Sterland will gather for a charity match to raise money to help local girl Elysha Robertson. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

24/09/07: Wednesday boss Brian Laws was full of praise for his 'brave' Owls side as they bagged their first points of the season with a 1-0 victory over Hull at the weekend. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

24/09/07: Loanee Michael Johnson could soon be saying 'deal' to a long-term contract at Hillsborough after revealing he'd love to sign on for the Owls after his loan spell ends next month. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

24/09/07: Owls defensive duo Tommy Spurr and Michael Johnson have been rewarded for their fine performances at the weekend by being chosen in the official Football League team of the week. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

25/09/07: Wednesday loan star Graham Kavanagh has revealed he'd be interested in joining the Owls on a full deal if he has no future in the Premiership with Sunderland. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

27/09/07: The beginning of the end of the feud? Hopefully, after Wednesday chief executive Kaven Walker has agreed to meet up with Wednesdayite vice chairman John Gath. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

27/09/07: Irish loanee Graham Kavanagh has only played two matches in the famous blue and white stripes but Owls fans are already interested in keeping him longer than his one-month loan. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

28/09/07: Wednesday chairman Dave Allen has defended his decision to take 13 Owls fans to court by insisting their actions are trying to 'damage' and 'destabilise' the club. CLICK HERE FOR MORE

29/07/09: The tide may well be turning for Brian Laws and his Owls after Wade Small's second half strike gave them their second 1-0 league victory on the spin to see them climb off the bottom of the Championship table at Carrow Road. CLICK HERE FOR MORE




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Date:Sunday September 30 2007

Time: 7:47PM

 

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