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Thanks, Mrs Laws!

Wednesday shouldn't have required much motivation for the 119th Steel City Derby, but they got an extra boost from the most unlikely of sources.

Brian Laws' wife is a die-hard Wednesdayite, and was delighted when her husband took on the role of manager of the Owls over a year ago.

And the Owls gaffer was told that his bags would be packed and that he'd be homesless should his Wednesday charges return from the first derby match of the season without all three points.

Indeed, the scarf that Laws was parading about following goals from Akpo Sodje and Marcus Tudgay belonged to Mrs Laws, although I'm not sure she was too pleased when her husband promptly threw it in to the crowd on the final whistle!

Thanks Mrs Laws, and hopefully you'll have the same effect come the return leg at Bramall Lane!

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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 21 2008

Time: 1:26PM

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good articl nick
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21/01/2008 13:59:00

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21/01/2008 14:59:00

Whoever said that being under the thumb wasnt a good thing !!!
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21/01/2008 15:17:00

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21/01/2008 15:23:00

Can we have more compitiion next time pigs because that was far to easy and you embaressed Sheffield!!
will it ever happen
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21/01/2008 16:11:00

The pair of them are full of passion. Brian doesn't exactly need any encouragement, unless its Brian Robson
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21/01/2008 16:12:00

How funny was Laws running up the touchline. He's a legend
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21/01/2008 16:36:00

But did he get a sh*g after the match? :)
Auckland Owl
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21/01/2008 20:22:00

well that is good news for the laws and wednesday if they have passion for wednesday too
ozanne park rangers
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