Date: 9th November 2006 at 5:01pm
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The on-going feud between former Owls boss Paul Sturrock and current Wednesday chairman Dave Allen continued today with Allen claiming the Scot hoodwinked the Owls fans.

The two have exchanged a war of words since Sturrock was sacked as Wednesday boss three weeks ago today – with Allen claiming today that Sturrock was ‘very good at winning the fans over’.

He said: ‘When Paul Sturrock came into the job he knew there was no money, but over his period of time he had £2million. The most expensive signing he made was a lad called David Graham and we only had him five minutes before he was out on loan.

‘These things contribute to a man’s demise you know. Paul was very good at winning the fans over to liking him, but the board paid him to win football matches.’

The news comes on the back of a number protest by fans at Hillsborough and on internet message forums against the current Owls board after the sacking the man that many saw as the best Wednesday manager in years.

Sturrock took over at Swindon Town last week and it’s yet to be seen whether the former Wednesday boss will retaliate to the comments made by his former employer.