Date: 26th November 2007 at 12:01pm
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Vital Sheffield Wednesday takes a look back at all the news from the last week around Hillsborough…

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19/11/07: Sunderland boss Roy Keane has revealed that experienced midfielder Graham Kavanagh could be set for the Stadium of Light exit door – with Wednesday his favoured destination. Click here for more

20/11/07: Out-of-favour Wednesday midfielder Kenny Lunt looks set to stay at S6 for the time being after turning down a deadline-week loan move to Walsall. Click here for more

20/11/07: Owls winger Etienne Esajas netted a brace to help the Owls’ reserve side hammer Hull 4-0 today, while Luke Boden and Wade Small were also on target. Click here for more

21/11/07: Glenn Whelan was forced to leave the field after half an hour of last night’s B international, following a bad tackle from Craig Armstrong. Click here for more

23/11/07: We’re watching a Western movie. The 7th Cavalry are on patrol riding down a dusty canyon: nothing happening, no Indian signs…
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23/11/07: Derby defender Michael Johnson has extended his loan deal at Hillsborough for a third month with the experienced skipper having just two games remaining on his current deal at S6. Click here for more

23/11/07: Wednesday have announced that club chairman Dave Allen has today resigned from his post with immediate effect. Click here for more

24/11/07: Well the dust has settled, slightly, on Dave Allen’s somewhat shock departure from the Hillsborough hotseat, and you’ve been having your say by the shedload on Vital Sheffield Wednesday! Click here for more

25/11/07: Former Wednesday director Michael Wright has been tipped to succeed Dave Allen as Wednesday chairman following his decision to resign from his post last week according to reports. Click here for more

25/11/07: Wednesday stretched their unbeaten run to five matches with a stalement in the capital against relegation-troubled Queens Park Rangers on Saturday. Click here for more

26/11/07: Wednesday will be able to say they once had a World Cup winner on their books after FIFA revealed Owls legend Ron Springett will be receiving a medal for the 1966 World Cup. Click here for more