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Hornets to 'Whel' and deal



Aidy Boothroyd seems to be doing very little to arrest our problems at left back, but at least he has recognised the need for a central midfielder.

Wantaway Sheffield Wednesday man, Glenn Whelan is near the top of Aidy's shopping list as January draws to a close.

Whelan is out of contract at the end of the season and thus far has not made any noises about signing one. Brian Laws is now left in the position of having to decide whether to sell the 24 year-old or lose him for nothing.

Burnley, Stoke, West Brom and Plymouth are all believed to be chasing the young Irishan too. Whelan made his Wednesday debut in 2004 having signed on a free from Bury. In just under four years he has made 135 league starts for several managers
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Date:Thursday January 24 2008

Time: 8:47AM

 

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