Regional Paper Talk: Owls eye Davies

Bolton captain Kevin Davies could join Sheffield Wednesday, while Birmingham defender Curtis Davies wants to return to the Premier League.

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Kevin Davies: Linked with Sheffield Wednesday loan move

Kevin Davies: Linked with Sheffield Wednesday loan move

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BIRMINGHAM MAIL

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