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Sheffield Wednesday The Owls have signed Chelsea striker Ben Sahar on an initial month's loan. "I am quick and I know how to score goals," the 18-year-old Israel international said. "With a good midfield that can bring passes for my movement, I am confident of doing well. I believe in myself and I know I can score goals for Sheffield Wednesday like I do for the national team."

Crystal Palace Eagles manager Neil Warnock says the club hope to secure the future of Clinton Morrison after the forward was linked with a move to Reading. "Clinton knows that if he wants a contract then there will be one waiting for him," Warnock said of the 28-year-old. "Because he is out of contract then Reading, if they're interested, would have contacted him and of course we could do nothing about that."

Leicester City The club have been fined £3,000 by the Football Association for failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion when they reacted angrily to the dismissal of defender Patrick Kisnorbo during the 3-1 defeat at Ipswich Town on 11 December last year

Chesterfield Sunderland defender Peter Hartley and striker David Dowson could both make their debuts for the Spireites against Brentford tomorrow after the 19-year-olds agreed one-month loan moves from the the Stadium of Light.

Swansea City Swans physio Richie Evans has confirmed Guillem Bauza will be missing for "two to three weeks" after sustaining an injury during the 1-0 defeat to Milton Keynes Dons on Tuesday.

West Bromwich Albion The club's chairman, Jeremy Peace, admits Zoltan Gera may leave the Hawthorns if the club fail to achieve promotion.

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