Defender secures local move after leaving Sheffield Wednesday

Former Sheffield Wednesday defender, Paulo Aguas, has found himself a new club - and he hasn’t had to travel too far away either.
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Aguas was one of the several young players who were released by the Owls over the summer after they decided that a number would not be offered new deals at the club, with the 20-year-old being informed that he could begin his search for a new club this season.

It’s taken a bit of time, but this week it was confirmed that the Brazilian-born footballer has put pen to paper on a deal with Hallam FC for the season as they look to continue what has been a relatively solid start to the campaign in what is their second seaon in the NCEL Premier Division.

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Aguas isn’t the only former Wednesday player on the books at Sandygate, though, with popular ex-Owl Daniel Pudil also turning out for Craig Denton’s side this season.

The left-sided player was the last of those released from the U21s yet to find a club, and now he’ll be hoping to kick on at the earliest opportunity when given a chance by his new manager.

Hallam finished sixth last season and will be eager to build on that this campaign following a host of new arrivals at the club.

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