Date: 8th January 2006 at 12:40pm
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The Owls began 2006 by extending the loan deal of Manchester City ‘keeper Nicky Weaver. Owls number one David Lucas was still recovering from a knee injury, and Weaver had done well in the former PNE stoppers abscence. Full Story: Click Here

With two consecutive victories against Burnely and Crewe Alexandra respectively, Vital Sheffield Wednesday ran a poll to see if Owls fans thought they would be watching Championship or League One football next season, with the majority thinking the Owls would avoid relegation. Full Story: Click Here

…But with every high there’s a low, and despite things taking a turn for the better at S6, Paul Sturruck was dealt a cruel blow with the news that influential midfielder Steve Adams was to be sidelined for up to six weeks with a tendonitis problem. Full Story: Click Here

Paul Sturrock made his third signing of the transfer window with Leicester City left-back Peter Gilbert signing for an undisclosed fee. The 22-year-old, who was initially on loan with the club over the Christmas period, signed a three and a half year deal with bthe club after impressing in previous matches. Full Story: Click Here

Paul Sturrock then moved to make the loan signing of Marcus Tudgay permanent for a fee believed to be around 200k. Sturrock had signed the Derby frontman on loan so that he was eligible to play against Crewe, but moved swiftly to make the move a permanent one soon after. Full Story: Click Here