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Wednesday Week - 04/11/07

Wednesday Week - 04/11/07

Vital Sheffield Wednesday takes a look back at all the news from Hillsborough from the last week.

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28/10/07: Experienced midfielder Graham Kavanagh has revealed he could still see his loan deal at S6 extended - despite news last week that he'd be returning to Sunderland.
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29/10/07: Wednesday midfielder Glenn Whelan will miss the Owls' long trip to Plymouth Argyle on Saturday after picking up his fifth booking of the season in the win over Blackpool. Click here for more

30/10/07: An away match at Plymouth coming up, Graham Kavanagh back to Sunderland and Irish dynamo Glenn Whelan out due to suspension? Let's look at one particular option for centre midfield and ask the question.. Click here for more

30/10/07: Young Owls duo David McClements and Liam McMenamin have been rewarded for their fine form by being selected for the Northern Ireland under-19 squad this week. Click here for more

30/10/07: Yoann Folly made an appearance for the Owls' reserves as they did what the first team couldn't in overturning Scunthorpe United this afternoon. Click here for more

31/10/07: Wednesday stalwart Lee Bullen has revealed that he'll talk to clubs about leaving S6 - but would rather stay an Owl an earn a new contract at Hillsborough given the choice. Click here for more

31/10/07: Wednesday officials have now revealed that injury-hit striker Francis Jeffers will now be sidelined for around four months following his injury against Stoke. Click here for more

01/11/07: You know what they say, there's no smoke without fire, and Wednesday have today been linked with bringing in Scuthorpe's Cleveland Taylor. Click here for more

01/11/07: Sunderland boss Roy Keane has blocked a move from Wednesday to keep Graham Kavanagh on loan at Hillsborough for a further month. Click here for more

01/11/07: It may not seem that long since our 4-1 opening day drubbing at Ipswich (and that long, long journey home), but half season tickets are already on sale from today. Click here for more

01/11/07: Wednesday's Sheffield derby clash with bitter rivals Sheffield United on Saturday, January 19 has been moved to a lunchtime kick-off for Sky.
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02/11/07: Wednesday chairman Dave Allen has escaped punishment from the Football Association (FA) over remarks made to Owls supporters recently. Click here for more

04/11/07: Wednesday came from behind for the second year on the spin at Home Park to record their first back-to-back victories of the campaign thanks to a gritty performance against Ian Holloway's high-flying Argyle on Saturday. Click here for more

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Writer:Nick
Date:Sunday November 4 2007
Time: 8:04PM

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