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SWFC Takeover completed

League One Sheffield Wednesday
by johngash (U14611323) 17 September 2010
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Takeover of SWFC is now competed and details will be released once the FA have completed fit and proper person checks which is being carried out as of now.


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posted Sep 17, 2010

There he goes, off again on a tangent of his own design without answering any questions.

Hmmmmmm....he lives abroad and he's got a Swiss watch....Are you Don Givens, boggy?

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posted Sep 17, 2010

No.

Andy Linighan ok

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posted Sep 17, 2010

Ahh...so he lives abroad, wears expensive Swiss watches, knows his Bond movies, has a selective memory when it comes to the blunts, was not born when they played in Div 4 but does remember the year we beat them at Wembley in the FA Cup semi. Now we are getting somewhere!!

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posted Sep 17, 2010

I notice that Linighan played 118 times for Arsenal and scored 5 goals.

Typical Wednesday! grr

laugh

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posted Sep 17, 2010

Looking back on that year, the funniest thing was when Tony Adams dropped Steve Morrow during their celebrations at the League Cup final, breaking his arm and forcing him to miss the FA Cup final!!

Almost as laughable as Leon Clarke breaking his toe celebrating against Palace!!

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posted Sep 18, 2010

Er....not really. They won the FA cup and we were relegated to the 3rd division.

laugh

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posted Sep 21, 2010

This is going to be masseeeeeeeeeeeevvvvvvvveeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

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comment by Boris (U12845762)

posted Sep 21, 2010

really? come on, just a litle evidence wouldnt go amiss

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