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Wednesday Week - 03/12/07

Wednesday Week - 03/12/07

Vital Sheffield Wednesday takes a look back at all the action from S6 over the last week...

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26/11/07: Wednesday club captain Lee Bullen could well be on his way out of Hillsborough sooner than expected with a move north of the border said to be on the cards for the 36-year-old. Click here for more

27/11/07: Former Wednesday boss Paul Sturrock has moved back in to the Championship sooner than expected after returning to manage Plymouth Argyle. Click here for more

27/11/07: Wednesday have moved quickly to re-assure the fans that the club won't be going in to administration following the resignation of chairman Dave Allen last week. Click here for more

28/11/07: Wednesday boss Brian Laws was delighted that his charges could pull something special out of the bag to claim all three points in the South Yorkshire derby at Hillsborough last night. Click here for more

28/11/07: Dennis Hobson and his consortium were bound to be mentioned with a possible takeover of the Owls following the departure of Dave Allen last week - and the rumours are growing. Click here for more

28/11/07: Wednesday may have returned to the fast, attacking football we grew to love last season, but it isn't all down to the Owls' front line that this season's turnaround has been so rapid. Click here for more

29/11/07: Out-of-favour West Brom striker John Hartson has been linked with a loan move to Wednesday according to reports in today's Daily Mirror. Click here for more

29/11/07: Wednesday boss Brian Laws has been awarded the Manager Of The Month award for the month of November after going through the month unbeaten. Click here for more

29/11/07: Brian Laws has already bagged the Manager of the Month gong for November, and now striker Akpo Sodje has been nominated for the Player of the Month gong. Click here for more

29/11/07: Leon Clarke's short stay at Hillsborough is set to end with the in-form striker set to discuss terms about a permanent move to Southend United. Click here for more

29/11/07: Wednesday held their much-anticipated Annual General Meeting (AGM) at Cutler's Hall in Sheffield this morning, with plenty of interest following last week's resignation of Dave Allen. Click here for more

01/12/07: It was unlucky number seven for Wednesday as they slipped to their first defeat in seven outings against struggling Colchester with a lacklustre display at S6 on Saturday. Click here for more

01/12/07: Wednesday face a tough test in the FA Cup Third Round after being drawn to place Premiership strugglers Derby County in the prestigious competition. Click here for more

Writer:Nick
Date:Monday December 3 2007
Time: 9:00AM

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yet another quiet week on the owls front he said with tongue and a lot of cheek.
mick66owl
03/12/2007 15:15:00
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How much tongue and cheek have you got mick?? :):)
will it ever happen
03/12/2007 18:23:00
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