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QPR Approach Owls Duo

Wednesday have turned down bids for youngster Tommy Spurr and jet-heeled winnger Jermaine Johnson from Championship rivals Queens Park Rangers this week.

Owls boss Brian Laws had already revealed a lot of interest had been shown in Spurr - who has his home kit sponsored by Vital Sheffield Wednesday - while Johnson has impressed since his arrival at S6 earlier this year.

But Wednesday showed no hesitation in turning down the approached from the Loftus Road club, who are keen to strengthen their squad to move away from the Championship relegation spots.

And Owls chief executive Kaven Walker revealed that he didn't need to think twice about rejected the offers from the R's.

He told the official SWFC website: 'We have no intention of selling either Tommy Spurr or Jermaine Johnson as these two players are both top assets in our playing squad.'




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday December 19 2007

Time: 10:23AM

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Sell Spurr if the price is right, he ain't good enough.
onedeaddj
What do folks think of this - if you went to the abandoned, null and void Coventry match Wednesday are going to charge you another 5 to get a ticket for the re-arranged match! How can they justify charging people again? Season ticket holders don't have to pay again, but the rest of us do. I'm not going - expect the attendance to be around 16,000 maximum.
onedeaddj
Spurr is good enough, playing out of position and has been great for us up to now. Need to keep him because he will get better and better. Would say the attendance to be lower than that for the re-arranged game against Coventry.
will it ever happen
Sales from food and drink would easily cover the cost to staff the re-arranged game - the extra 5 is just a crude money making scheme at the expense of the fans.
onedeaddj
love how he mention whos home kit is sponserd by us
s66owl
ITS JUST A FIVER FOR GODS SAKE!!..ARE U LOT WEDNESDAY FANS OR JUST A BUNCH OF MOANING *******!
WORKSOP..OWL
god there wont be any one left in january. no incomings wi money situtation and they are all leaving in ther droves
mick66owl
If they are serious about new investors coming in we don't need to sell anyone who we want to keep...
brinsworthowl
NOT MOANERS WORKSOP just realists 5 to you but a 5 to someone else mate might just as well be a 1000. wot about coventry fans dont you think they hav paid enough out 2 lots of travel on top of ticket price. the owls fans who live outside the area , this club has had enough bad press with out this.
mick66owl
mick66owl..how does a fiver compare to a grand??..stop whining and get down to hillsbrough and support your club mate like i have done home and away every week for the last 40 years..why try and make a mountain out of a mole hill!..ps..dont care about coventry fans sorry!
WORKSOP..OWL
SPURR IS GOOD ENOUGH?? GET F'D!! UR RIGHT HE DOES PLAY OUT OF POSITION...EVERY BSTARD WEEK!! NEVER WHERE HE SHOULD BE N GETS CAUGHT OUT EVERY GAME! SLOW, WEAK AND *****!! UNFORTUNATELY GILBERT IS NO BETTER!! CANT SEE HOW PEOPLE KEEP HARPIN ON BOUT HIM PLAYIN OUT OF POSITION... HE'S BEEN THERE LONG ENOUGH AND STILL DOESNT UNDERSTAND HOW TO BE A FULL BACK! N HE'D MAKE AN EVEN WORSE CENTRE HALF!! SELL THE USELESS F'ER!!
FUTURES BLUE N WHITE
Sell him for a fiver, it'd be like millions to someone else
HootingMad
COMPARE A FIVER TO A GRAND well thats what it mite as well be to some. i wasnt comparing the difference between the amounts and iam a season ticket holder for last 25yr and go away but its the principal not the amount i was talking about. its about time you left your parents abode mate and joined the real world. and as for comment about coventry fans i hope they return the favour to you 1 day
mick66owl
 

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