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Kav Recalled

Owls loanee Graham Kavanagh will return to Premiership side Sunderland once his one-month loan deal has expired after this Saturday's home clash with Blackpool.

Owls boss Brian Laws was keen to hold on to the experienced midfielder to help the Owls climb out of their current sticky situation near the bottom of the Championship.

But Black Cats boss Roy Keane said he would make a decision on the future of the Irishman this week - and the former Manchester United man has decided to give Kav his chance in the big time.

The former Cardiff and Stoke man arrived at Hillsborough with the intention of returning to Sunderland once he built up his match fitness in the blue and white of Wednesday.

And he enjoyed a fine spell at S6, helping Wednesday to their first two wins of the season against Hull City and Norwich City respectively, while also playing in the victory over his former club Stoke at the weekend.

The departure of the 33-year-old will leave Laws with a gap to fill in the centre of midfield following Saturday's game with Blackpool, although Steve Watson could well be fit to return and slot in alongside Glenn Whelan.



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Writer:Nick
Date:Wednesday October 24 2007
Time: 8:22AM

Comments

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chants of "you're gettin sacked in the morning" last night. was dave allen there?
swfcjambo
24/10/2007 08:30:00
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can you blame him
mansfieldowl
24/10/2007 08:36:00
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Damn :( I'll be rather *****ed off if he goes back to sit on the bench and play 10 mins here and there......
Placebo
24/10/2007 08:49:00
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Actually. He played like a bloke who knows he aint going to be here longer than Saturday. He was crap, and that goes for johnson as well. What happened to the belief Laws has installed. What a load of rubbish. They were awful again, time to pack your bags Brian. Any chance of the Chairman deciding he isnt good enough either? Is that deflametory? ah well.
thewalkleyone
24/10/2007 09:02:00
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They were both utter rubbish, reminds me of the type of players we signed when we were relegated last time....has beens! Read my posts on BBC and see my thoughts exactly...there not polite!
tomdangerfield
24/10/2007 09:56:00
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PS bring back Folly at least he tries, Id rather watch players who trie and lose than this current lot! Bring the youngsters in they will give their all!
tomdangerfield
24/10/2007 09:57:00
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Well thought he would be going back so no surprise to me really, but something needs to be done quick down here before it's to late.BL has got 1 more game and because where at home it's not looking good for him!!!
will it ever happen
24/10/2007 10:27:00
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I'm not fussed about him going back, he was as bad as everyone else last night and I think he gets in Whelans way.
BluesyOwl
24/10/2007 14:35:00
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i cant see him playing many games for them though, wouldn't surprise me if he was back down here soon!!
will it ever happen
24/10/2007 14:41:00
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grant/bullen/hinds (my god how bad is he) woods/ whelan/ tudgay /kavanagh/johnson all bludi rubbish. LAWS OUT
mick66owl
24/10/2007 17:06:00
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