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Burton On Tune For Raggae Boys
Wednesday striker Deon Burton was on target as a second half substitute in Jamaica's 5-1 thumping against St Vincent and the Grenadines in an international friendly last night. Burton had been included in the Jamaica squad. Deon is in fine form at the moment.
Keepers In Great Shape Says Mercer
Billy Mercer has outlined the strong shape of the Owls' goalkeeping personnel ahead of the 2008/09 campaign. Current Players' Player of the Year Lee Grant cemented the number one slot last term and the former Derby man faces new competition for the gloves next time out.
Ex-Owls striker in search for new club
FORMER Sheffield Wednesday striker Adam Proudlock is looking for a club after being released by newly promoted Stockport. Proudlock, who scored 10 goals last season and long-term injury victim Rob Clare have been shown the door. Was Adam Proudlock a hit or miss at wednesday?!
Injury setback for Owls target
SHEFFIELD Wednesday are believed to have lost out on a possible swoop for Crystal Palace midfielder Carl Fletcher because he was injured while captaining Wales. The 28-year-old is understood to have been among the Owls' targets. Fletcher was one of many targets Laws has been keeping tabs on.
Wednesday takeover still on, insists Sheard
LANCASHIRE-based businessman Geoff Sheard last night insisted that he was still committed to a takeover deal at Sheffield Wednesday. Sheard, who represents Swiss and German investors, is trying to acquire the 30 per cent stake in the club owned by former chairman Dave Allen, director Geoff Hulley and former director Keith Addy
Deon to use Jamaica matches to hone form for Owls
He is in the Jamaica squad for a match against St Vincent and the Grenadines with every incentive to hone his form. The striker will find himself in the frontline of the Hillsborough battle for striker places and will know that his end-of-season flourish with the Owls may count for little when Brian Laws starts pondering his possible line-up for the start of next season
Owls boss Laws looks to sell pair
Sheffield Wednesday manager Brian Laws has said he needs to sell Leon Clarke and Kenny Lunt before he can bring in any new players. Clarke, 22, turned down a permanent move to Southend in January after a successful loan spell while Lunt, 29, spent three months on loan at Crewe.
Owls Eye Loan Deals
Laws's reign as Owls manager has been marked by his adept loan moves. Five temporary signings aided the climax to last season's Championship survival campaign. Now the Wednesday manager is finding that the right talent is not easy to find in the free-transfer market - though it is understood that he does have one deal in the bag, for Burnley midfielder James O'Connor.
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