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Coke shakes on two year deal

Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Giles Coke has signed a new two-year contract with the club.

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Giles Coke (r): Pens new two year deal with Owls

Giles Coke (r): Pens new two year deal with Owls

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Coke was out of contract at Hillsborough this summer, but has now committed his future to the Championship club.

The 27-year-old joined the Owls from Motherwell in 2010 and has made 55 appearances, scoring five goals, while also enjoying loan spells at Bury and Swindon.

Eighteen of those outings came last season as Wednesday narrowly avoided the drop and Coke will be keen to become an integral part of manager Dave Jones' starting XI next term.

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