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19 Apr 2014 21:24:23
Wolves have sent scouts to watch Redditch striker Jermaine Hylton who has scored two back to back hatrick's this season.

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19 Apr 2014 21:21:40
Wolves resign Ronald Zubar this summer on a free transfer.

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Nice guy, but why would we want to take him back. We have plenty of right backs.

DAT

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Why would we do that? We didn't play him the first time.

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Zubar has a contract lasting until the end of the 2014/15 season

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19 Apr 2014 09:00:49
I was in the Steve Bull yesterday. Sat in front of me were the Shamrock Rovers youth teams. They tell me they are playing in a Tournament at Compton Park over Easter. Anyone know anything about it? Is it open to the public? Won't mind taking the kids down.

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18 apr 2014 12:11:48
according to a newspaper a deal done for callum wilson £3 mill,
swansea wolf

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Straight swap for Clarke I hope

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Hope so good player.

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He is only 22 aswell, just like dicko!

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Bridges burned between Coventry and Clarke. Don't see away back there, but maybe cassidy or macalinden on season loan?

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Straight swap for cassidy then

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17 Apr 2014 13:31:03
With Stearman out of Contract at the End of the Season, a host of clubs are expressing interest. Celtic, Palace, Bolton, Leeds and Ipswich. If no contract is offered he can go on a free, so with the likes of Celtic and Palace offering him Scottish and English Premier League football he could certainly be tempted. I don't think he would go to another championship club but if the money's right you can't blame him. Should we keep or let him go? We signed the young guy from Wycome who has only started in the Under 21's so could this be his chance to step up. Your Thoughts?

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Was inevitable this was going to happen after the excellent season he has had and wolves contiuing to stall. We need to sign him back up, show him the money jez!

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Do I stay in the championship or double my money and play at a higher level?. hope he does stay. we're we better with rickettsia at cb and Doherty down the right?

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17 Apr 2014 16:35:09
Would like him to stay but good luck if he goes. Great to see him turn his career around after being dropped last season.

Euroman

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Wouldn't be surprised to see him in the premiership next season. Low risk signing with prem experience for 1 of the promoted teams maybe

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I'd be surprised if it happened just like that - no contract or better offer so he goes. As a club we seem to be working in a much more coherent way at higher management level (KJ/Thelwell/Moxey) when it comes to buying players and retaining them. We appear to be building with purpose, with identified players, so if Stears is "in" I'm fairly certain that a suitable contract will be offered. That's from the club's perspective. From the player's? Well it would want to be a pretty good offer to tempt him away, it's a risky enough move - will any Championship club offer substantially more in wages, you could nearly add Celtic and Palace to that list too?

It's an interesting question tho', because whether he goes or stays, I suspect that it will be a bell weather for the status of Wolves as a club to stay with/come to for the next couple of seasons. wolfshead.

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I posted on here pre Xmas that Kenny jackett and his team deserved a 30 k crowd and a packed molineux to show their appreciation, for the job he was doing, the support of our club has been the highlight of the season and I can tell you the management and playing staff have been blown away, one and all, but I think we can all surpass the unbelievable support we have lauded on king Kenny and the boys, the campaigns have been brilliant and great to follow, let's enjoy tomorrow and the final few games, and then show our support for a wolves ledge. Jody Craddock, a guy who gave his all and a Kenny jackett type of player, one of footballs good guys and a true gent. The money goes to a course close to JOdys heart and his family's heart. We as supporters can show once again we are the best and will always be the best. A great time to be a wolves fan support the man, support a ledge, sing his song loud and proud enjoy the day and support a fantastic course.the realist.

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Nenad Milijas could return to Wolves, Leicester Watford and Forest also interested.

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Jacketts wish list won't have you lickin your lips. yet. but come the end of next season you will loveem all .

McGuire sheff u
Baxter sheff u
Bamford Chelsea
Pritchard spurs
For shaw Brentford
Lowton villa

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I have heard these aren't the only teams interested in taking stearman. Burnley and Blackburn and Wigan are all monitoring his situation

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Kenny also wants creswell, tonev gardener albrighton colback and ciaren clarke

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If I were KJ I'd be looking at Ben Pringle. Fantastic player.

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Saying we wouldn't lick our lips, I would all young very talented players. But it won't happen though

WILKO

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Wouldn't mind Kieran agard and Milan lalkovic can both play left mid right mid attacking mid and up front would be worth a shout

Matt Locke

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Definitely aged not so much lalkovic (spelling?)

WILKO

{Ed002's Note - Chelsea will not be looking to sell Lalkovic.}

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Yes. Lalkovic will surely be challenging Hazard next season.

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When they have oscar salah and Willian who can all challenge with hazard so lalkovic will be loaned out for Another 2-3 years

Matt Locke

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I didn't know Hazard played in League One? That's where Lalkovic will be playing next season, with the Sad-lers.

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16 Apr 2014 09:10:45
Callum Wilson has had a fee and terms agreed, he'll be our first signing when the window opens

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You've been readin other sites? Paul Tamworth

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This rumour is rife and some informed sources saying it will happen.

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Straight swap for Clarke plz.

I believe a striker should be our main focus for championship.

There are some good young strikers available out there ie Macheda, Bamford, Waghorn, Wood

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16 Apr 2014 16:18:04
No Paul Tamworth.

I have posted this on another Wolves Forum I use though.

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Hope your right about Wilson, I'd have Bamford or Woods as well. Paul Tamworth

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Mmm Paul are you still singing Leons praises and do you really believe he's the answer in the championship?

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In just over 3 months we will find out! I'd rather Leon in the squad than bringing Cassidy back! Paul Tamworth

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Agree on Cassidy, from why I've seen of Callum Wilson I'm not sure he's any better than what we have i.e. Macca. Would prefer to have a look at Hogan from Rochdale and I'm sure would cost a lot less.

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13 Apr 2014 23:51:46
Patrick Bamford signing for Wolves next season

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May well be, as qpr want doyle for next season, he's back there 2 day training ahead of schedule reddy 4 the weekend,
swansea wolf

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Why when McAlinden is the same age and better plus we have Bradley Reid and Robbie parry coming from under 21's

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Looks like the wish list has already started.

I think we should work our way through league 1 team of the year.

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I'd take that. A big technically gifted player to play with dicko, he was brilliant when he played here for mk dons earlier in the season

WILKO

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Marc albrighton might be a target as he's out of contract end of season

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Yes liam at the moment is a better player but patrick has a lot more potential so its a tough decision

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No offence but how is liam a better player at the moment, bamford has been part of derbys success, macca not in his league
SDFS

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Bamford is better than Liam, that's why Chelsea paid a fair whack for the kid. Natural goalscorer and would be a great addition. Still think we need a target man as Clarke just hasn't cut it. Remember the impact of Iwelumo?

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15 Apr 2014 13:16:57
Iwulemo turned out to be a good signing for sure. I can't see Kenny going for a 'journeyman' striker, though, other than perhaps a short term loan if we have problems. I think Clarke kind of already fills that slot anyway - I don't see him staying for long.

Otherwise there are a few to choose from - their names appear in this forum every transfer window (OK, the two I've been around for) e.g. King, Scotland, Davies, Phillips and I guess SEB too for that matter.

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Bamford has proven he can score in championship while Macca has not, wait and see.

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Macca hasn't had the chance to prove he can score in the Championship.
Surely he should be given the chance before forcing him further down the pecking order?

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Can't believe what I've just read on the internet apparently were are trying to get nacho monreal on loan from aresnal 😂😂😂😂😂😂 and serge gnabry as well only problem is forgot were I read it but oh well if it's true we will bankcrupt

Matt Locke

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One is getting game and the other is getting minimal

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Nacho monreal ha noooo serge Gnabry yes but I bet he's on too much money is rather take Thomas eisfield

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Nacho Monreal is rubbish. If they're willing to let Eisfeld go out on loan I'd take him.

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17 Apr 2014 07:33:32
If Albrighton is of interest then it will be with Henry going the other way as Villa have been tracking him for a while.

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10 Apr 2014 10:58:35
Great News to Hear Jody Craddock Testimonial will be on the 5th May, Great servant to the club and hopefully a good crowd to show our Thanks to Jody.It should also be a good day to celebrate our promotion back to the championship and welcome back some old friends, Kightly, Henry, ward ( Now they should get some interesting chants)! but it will be so good to show them what we think of our new team and our new manager Super Kenny Jackett. What a great occasion to show kenny what a fantstic Job he has done for our club.

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Yes good news this time last year ready to jump in the cut year later the sun is back out over wolverhampton

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12 Apr 2014 17:47:02
Job done. Well done Kenny, and well done the team for sticking with the script. No point going into "should have scored more against a relegation team with 10 men" stuff, as we didn't need to do anything other than dominate the play to win the match. But I am still feeling greedy - 100 points is very possible.

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Beautiful one love the realist.

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Hundred points Albion are you listening
Hundred points Albion we say
Hundred points Albion are you listening
Playin football the Jackett way.

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The wolves are going up the wolves are going up and now your believe us and now believe ussssssss the wolves are going well done kenny and the lads and also heard a rumours that we might try to sign gardener and colback from Sunderland on frees

Matt Locke

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09 Apr 2014 23:29:51
Miles Storey signing for Wolves in the summer

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Hi Miles.

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It didn't work out before Miles.

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Oh miles what a story

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Lads, no need to be mean to me, i'm trying my best to make something out of my career, Come On You Wolves, I don't like it at Swindon.

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03 Apr 2014 12:17:19
Jamie O'Hara will leave in July to sign for Fulham on a free transfer. (KIKO WOLVES)

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Can't wait to play them next season. Bet he scores though.

DAT

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Looks like eusebio will play Saturday or it will be 433 with McDonald price and Jacobs with mcalinden clarke and dicko as front 3

Matt Locke

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04 Apr 2014 14:58:00
I could see Eusebio coming on last match if we were 3 goals ahead with 20 minutes to go. My guess is he will be on the bench again with the starting lineup much like you say. Never know when Kenny slips Evans or Edwards into the team.

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Ohara still on contract

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Wolves have already got irons in the fire (excuse the pun) to take Jarvis on loan next season. Also we will tAke Harry McGuire from Sheff utd

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Jarvis. where's that come from?

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Can't see jarvis happening and maguires wanted by top prem teams so moxey would do well to get him

WILKO

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06 Apr 2014 18:05:26
I can see not usebio but elekobi coming on last 30 minutes in last game of season if we are in good position - although I can't see why he is always on bench not a footballer!

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JOH in the national newspapers with his family, at races, beer in hand, this a man who is serious about his career isn't it.

On the note of players we should look at, the young lad who came on yesterday for Rotherham and netted a treble, looks a natural in front of goal and just starting out in his career as a footballer.

{Ed003's Note - He's on loan from QPR.}

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06 Apr 2014 20:04:30
Jarvis won't happen. He surely won't want to come back anyway.

WindowWolf

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So it's player of the season time McDonald yep Batth yep Ikeme yep Sako yep Price yep Stearman yep Jacbs yeah Henry yeah but for me step forward Samuel Ricketts. Leader of men inspiration winner our salvation, and by the way the win over posh 4 those who watched the debacle last year 0-3 cudda been 0-8 what a transformation.the realist.

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Jarvis isn't going to happen. This assuming we are in the championship.

1. We can't afford him
2. He is involved every week with West Ham
3. He is too good for Championship
4. Why would he want to

DAT

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I'd agree about Rickets- after the antics of the likes of JOH and Johnson it's refreshing to see a leader to be proud of. Been a massive source of support to our younger players too and with KJ has helped turned around the losing mentality we've had the last couple of seasons.

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Sako! He's been the most inconsistent player all season

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11 goals and 10 assists so far says otherwise.

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Well done him he got that last season he should have double that in this league

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09 Apr 2014 19:32:54
Sako is the kind of player that better clubs want to sign. We had decent offers for him but Moxey said no. His skill set will be valuable in the championship.

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We had offers for sako from fulham and forest. Both in the same league as us next season

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The Boo-0meter is set so who will get the loudest boos next season will it be
A fletcher
B Henry
C ward
D kightly
E Berra
F hunt
G McCarthy
H Connor
I Hamill
J smethwick town
K, Jez moxey

Answers on a post card.
The realist.

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11 Apr 2014 23:00:12
Dunno about you but I am too busy cheering yovthinj about booing,

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If he doewnt jump ship again Stephen me heads gone Fletcher as got to take some.

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Won't care about any of them IMO the biggest culprits for taking us down last year was Henry, Ward and the hold they had over the new managers & players. In an interview last week Ward stated he wants to play for Albion! Why not just say Brighton you person!

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Maybe because they're called Brighton hove ALBION?

WILKO

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01 Apr 2014 11:07:10
Wolves are looking at two young non-league strikers out of contract end of this season. One is 20 year old Omar Bogle (of Solihull Moors), and the other is 22 year old Adam Marriott (of Cambridge City). Sheff Utd also looking at both.

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28 Mar 2014 19:46:55
Heard that Doyler has been sent back by QPR because he is injured. Can't see it in the press anywhere. Any truth in it?

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Yes he's back. It was on the official twitter feed a few days back

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He's out for about 6 weeks according to harry,

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29 Mar 2014 12:56:08
Presumably that's his season over, then.

McWulf

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27 Mar 2014 10:17:55
under 21 striker bradley reid has gone back to wrexham on loan,
swansea wolf

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27 Mar 2014 10:16:34
Wolves are looking at Jake Bidwell and Dean Lewington as options to replace Elokobi who will leave at the end of the season.

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27 Mar 2014 17:23:03
KJ will want to bring in another full back next season, even as a squad player, I'm pretty sure of that. George would do better trying to reinvent himself elsewhere, anyway.

Oh, just remembered. We have Ward coming back from loan at the end of the season!

Euroman

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He's out of contract anyway.

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Ward isn't out of contract, I think he's still got a year or two left

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Most brighton fans want him permanently

WILKO

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I meant Elokobi is out of contract. Stephen Ward will be sold.

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And I'm sure 'most of our fans' would like to have Messi Ronaldo bale and neymar at wolves but you know that's only the fans

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26 Mar 2014 10:18:58
Daily star says O'hara set 4 a loan move before thurs, let's hope it happens,
SWANSEA WOLF

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To where? How much is he on. I read this morning phil jones Man U on £50k per week. and he plays in the prem!

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Walsall, he wants to get some new designer clothes from the Bescot Market.

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24 Mar 2014 14:11:22
official wwfc site says matt doc out for 2 weeks,
swansea wolf

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25 Mar 2014 10:13:42
may be looking at the loan market according to kj, maybe mf/striker, how about gary maddine of s/wed?
swansea wolf

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KJ says we might go into loan market. He also mentions an attack minded player. Maybe an attacking RB to fill in for the doc

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Gary Gardner attacking midfielder?

Matt Locke

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Alex Pritchard is the kind of player we need

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23 Mar 2014 22:04:36
Hearing several championship and lower end premiership clubs are very interested in signing richard stearman, as wolves continue to delay offering him a new contract. He is out of contract this summer and has had a very impressive season as part of the best statistical defence in the country!

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23 Mar 2014 22:32:52
Maybe it's him who is stalling.

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I think kj released a statement last week stating that no new contracts will be offered until we no what division we are in next season. Clearly not stearman stalling! Very risky game being played by wolves

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Have a feeling KJ is looking beyond Stearman.

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24 Mar 2014 08:40:03
I get that feeling too. He's one of the last of "Old Wolves" and let's face it he was almost out of the door last season. He has had a great season this time so good luck to him.

Euroman

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Not surprised, he's having an amazing season for us! Will be in team of the year for sure

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Disagree stearman ideal for championship if we get promoted proven, also played in premier let's not forget

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He's done well, but wasn't in 1st choice back four until Docherty was injured. Premier League was mentioned, but remember the mistakes he made. He could cope well in Championship, but I won't be upset if he goes as KJ will have a plan and not be phased.

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14 Mar 2014 16:49:13
According to ssn, Wolves have made an enquiry to sign Bolton forward Rob Hall on loan, but Bolton are reluctant to let the former West Ham man leave the Reebok Stadium.

Doncaster Wolf

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He's a winger! Wingers are the last thing we want be looking for!

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How about these to improve us next season (if in championship)
Jack hunt RB
Ciaren clarke CB
Arron creswell LB
Serge gnabry RM (loan)
Thomas eisfeld CM (loan)
Federico macheda ST (free)

Matt Locke

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IF we go up.

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I'd take Thomas Eisfield all day long and Cieron Clarke and Jack Hunt maybe serge Gnabry if sako left because we have plenty of wingers!

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To be honest I think all the players I suggested are good enough for maybe top 6 but defo top 8 but are Morgan a Moxley spend the money on those sort of players?

Matt Locke

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13 Mar 2014 13:01:09
10k to MK is on, more allocation on the way which will go on general sale. Source- Wolves Box Office. Looks like we could be breaking another record!

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Got mine! Now come on get on line and get yours! Let's force them to give us 10k they can't afford to turn the cash. Down

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Got my ticket ordered and looking forward to a great day out. See yez there!

Doncaster Wolf

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Couldn't get a ticket to mk. Had to wait for general sale today and all snapped up. Gutted. 8800 wolves. Half the stadium empty. Disgrace

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Tickets for sale on mk dons official site!

coseleyglenn

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Tickets for this match will be available to buy right up until kick-off from the MK Dons Box Office at stadiummk, the kiosk at thecentre:mk and online.

coseleyglenn

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Tickets are available but not sitting with Wolves fans. I was in that queue this morning and was gutted when they came out and said no more left. Health and safety my back side. Would love to go and am praying that we will have more allocated

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Glen. I think tickets will be given on day only when i'd proving home address is provided . I think it dangerous to send supporters to the game only to be turned away .

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12 Mar 2014 19:56:59
Apparently we are interested in signing Jordan Spence on a free at end of season.Currently on loan with MKD from West Sham. He is 23 and can play full back or CB and has England U21 caps.

Dot

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He would be a good addition and I think will be relatively good in the next few years. Maybe challenging for an England call up. But with Rickets and Doherty I'm not sure we have space for him.

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WE need to be challenging at the top of the Championship. Doherty isn't good enough for that and Ricketts isn't getting any younger. That's not to say they aren't good players but we need to be constantly improving

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Pritchard is a season long loan target next season and this would suit spurs and the player as they look to move on his development

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I have to disagree wih you regarding Doherty. He is a young lad who has not looked out of place in any game so far in his short career, inc Championship football and Ireland U21's.

He is one of the best all-round full bcks we've seen for quite a while. I personally think he will make right back his own and will play there for a number of years for us.

CallumWWFC

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If only he had 2 feet he's all right foot!

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Pritchard is available for sale for 1m as Spurs don't see him as part of their future.

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Interested to hear that tim sherwood was singing the praises of Pritchard at Swindon and see' s him as one for the future at Spurs. Wolves need to make a move soon if they want him next season

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01 Mar 2014 11:37:10
O hara is I America for position training to become a forward playing mid/ striker and has attend a trail with a mls team, would we welcome him back as upfront cover?

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We've been here before haven't we?

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One love chosen to be wolves 21/21 the realist.

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O'Hara is not going to become a striker he's too slow

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This is the O'Hara who disappeared just as things started to go downhill because 'someone swore at him', diddums.
Their is also no place for him with MacDonald and price at midfielder and dicko and Jacobs up front.

Paddy Harris

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04 Mar 2014 17:43:59
This is just a genarel question but if We sold sako next season to a prem club would u take James Forrest from Celtic?

Matt Locke

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Yes most certainly yes to James Forrest although why would he come to us and why would we sell sako he said he's happy

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He's right sided and a downgrade on Sako to say the least. I think we'll return to the French market for another young talent.

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I know this is off topic but I was thinking of getting a ticket for the Wolves Shrewsbury game on a bottom row seat behind the goal, my first game in 2 years, is it worth it or can't you see much?

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If your directly behind the goal you can't see much because of the net and the keeper but anywhere else ok, not amazing

WILKO

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Okay thanks for the reply, got to hope there some action in the half they are attacking the goal then lol :0

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Immense to all saddlers who gloated at your lucky win at the mol. well uve been hit by you've bin struck by the wolves juggernaut. the realist.

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We will be destructive away the words of the realist. amazing support today. rather spend one day as a wolf than a lifetime as a throstle . Come and join us in division 2 . one love . Warsaw an embarrasment 2 footy. Micky mouse club. DICKO. nuff sed.

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People of Wolverhampton if you've got wolves in your blood jump on board great time to be a wolves fan my friends we've got lucky kenny jackett pushed his chest out tonight records are there to be broken so want this guy to succeed.we have got a winner, a man who eats lives and breaths football, our club is in a good place.if he fails we could get a peep smell lee dark or dream smith. but we've got kenny jackett. the realist

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26 Feb 2014 18:56:36
Wolves are interested in Jake Bidwell to replace Elokobi at the end of the season. Elokobi has already been told he will not be offered a new contract.

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26 Feb 2014 22:44:27
Yet George is often on the bench and sometimes makes an appearance. I would not be surprised if Wolves let him go, though.

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Foley gone to blackpool on 1 month loan 27/2 14 says e/s
swansea wolf.

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George is out of contract at the end of the season. As much as I like him, he has no business playing in a footballing side like the one we're putting together.

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27 Feb 2014 16:14:38
Poor George. He's done nothing wrong, and he's been injured for much of the last two years. But we wouldn't sign George now from another club so it's probably right that we don't give him a new contract.

Euroman

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Give Ward to mick at Ipswich and if we go up, get Aaron crewel for a swap plus cash deal, since wardy and mick love each other, mick couldn't deny the offer, could he?

Cricket Wolf

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27 Feb 2014 21:27:07
Mick has kept Ipswich in the Championship with players that got us relegated. It's worth getting promoted just to welcome them all back to Moleneux again!

WindowWolf

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I can't wait to see us beat that hoof ball dross either. COYW

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Yes great idea let's get Mick back the worst managerial record in top flight history, now that's the way forward!

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Personally I think he deserves a little more respect. We were rubbish when he came here, he turned us into a decent side that reached the EPL. We had a few good years. He may have stayed a little to long, but an honest guy who should be remembered for the good.

DAT

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Mick deserves nothing. He got us nowhere in the Prem, apart from relegated of course. 5-1 at home? Remember that?

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Yes I do remember it - I was there. Your right he he didn't get us anywhere in the premier league other than getting us there in the first place and keeping us there for a couple of seasons, more than 5 or 6 others did.

DAT

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I think some people need to remember Mick won the Championship with us, kept us up twice, then got the sack. He didn't get us relegated, the board did by panicking after that 5-1 defeat and messing the whole thing up.

I for one will always be grateful for what Mick did with us. Yes his time was probably up, but don't slate the guy who achieved more for us all the managers put together did on the previous 20 years (Dave Jones won the play offs)

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We had won once in 3 months under Mick. We were already relegated by the time he got the sack. I agree I am grateful to Mick for getting us promoted but not for the utter contempt he regarded the fans.

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It's Micks fault we are in League one his crap players got us there! He spent over 70m+ and the only half decent players were Jarvis and Fletcher!

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Mick won 16 games out of 63 before his "untimely" sacking. If you think that's acceptable I suggest you take your football watching business down the Hawthorns.

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Micks crap players won the championship with ease

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Why is everyone slating mick have we not moved on?

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I don't think anyone here is saying we shoudn't have got rid of Mick when we did. All people are saying, and I agree, is that he deserves respect for what he did achieve.

As a 23-year-old fan, the only good times I've ever really had as a fan were under Mick and I will give him a warm welcome. The contempt he held the fanc in towards the end of hid time was because of how he was being treated. He deserved better then and I hope we grow up and don't lay into him when our paths do cross again.

CallumWWFC

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03 Mar 2014 13:39:10
Agreed Callum. We a few good seasons with Mick and just one bad season, and that's why we let him go. Maybe we should have let him go earlier, who knows. It's not like the replacements were any better, till now that is.

We have short memories about the players too. Kevin Foley was one of our best players when we got promoted even though he can't now make a League 1 team. It's too simple to say Mick signed dross. That was a good side.

Euroman

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If we were going to let go of McCarthy we should have done so before the January window and also what you have to realize in that last championship was that solbakken wasn't given enough time or resources to change the style of play and Saunders was an person.

Paddy Harris

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They spelt his name wrong, they used M instead of PR

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Solbakken changed our style. 50 sideways passes 1 shot at goal. It was pure c@-p.

DAT

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What you have to realize is that solbakken was promised 3 windows to sell players that couldn't play the passing style (ie: k.henry, ward etc) and buy in more footballers.
He was given one window and then sacked, with him we definitely would not have been relegated.

Paddy Harris

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Have you noticed that KJ has said all of the same things STS said about changing the players? Needing more than 1 transfer window to do that?

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KJ has done it in two.

DAT

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He has but the point still stands. Solbakken said he needed to do all of the same things KJ did. The fans didn't believe it and we got lumbered with Downo.

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04 Mar 2014 21:13:13
Stale's initial signings cost us millions and we probably couldn't afford another transfer window like that to turn us around so Deano came in to manage his squad instead and with no more signings. That was so stupid. How could he do better with Stale's squad than Stale?

WindowWolf

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KJ said an interesting thing today - we pass to score goals and win games, not pass for vanity. Under Solbakken I feel it was the latter.

DAT

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Jackett has rebuilt the club for less than the cost of boukari who didn't kick a ball in anger for us, rediculous comparison.thelwells appointment of jackett wherever it takes us was 100 per cent the right appointment, as was the appointment of Bruce and he was offered the job, I can confirm, but that's the past jackett is the future, and for all the lost souls plying their trade across Europe and in the uk hope we can recoup enough dosh to give KJ a sizeable transfer kitty for phase 2 of the revolution.the realist.

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Boukari did look okay in the couple of games he played for us. It's not his fault a dirty sod decided to tackle him from behind.

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09 Mar 2014 22:45:26
Boukari could well play for us again, next season.

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Move along. We are top of the league, best defensive record of the entre league setup, looking like dead cert to get promotion this season.

. And folk are still squabbling about Mick McCarthy and Stale Solbakken

Andy Woggle

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24 Feb 2014 15:10:39
Wolves may make a Summer move for Crewe's highly rated striker Max Clayton

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Why not go for george boyd on loan from hull till the end of the season, would be good cover for our strikers who may need a break in march's fixture pileup?
swansea wolf

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25 Feb 2014 08:40:23
We are ok with just one injury up front like we have now but if Dicko is injured too could we cope with just Liam up front? I am sure KJ has loans in mind for emergencies in fact I recall him saying something like that a few weeks ago.

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Clarke out of saturdays game needs more rest, report e/s 25/2/14.

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Matty Fryatt if we go up please

Media Wolf Pete

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26 Feb 2014 23:18:57
How about these if we go up
Apostolos vellios-everton-striker
Ciaran clark-villa-centre back
Emmanuel frimpong-barnsley centre midfielder
Aaron cresswell-ipswich left back
Jack hunt-crystal-palace right back
Alexs smithies-huddersfeild-GK

Matt Locke

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All those positions are covered

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27 Feb 2014 16:15:41
Frimpong. There's a novel suggestion.

Euroman

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Personally, I wouldn't swap McDonald or price for frimpong. Our midfield is on fire at the moment and we haven't had that in ages.

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27 Feb 2014 21:29:32
Yes our midfield is so good we have to field 5 of them. Plus Evans, Edwards and Davis when they get their chances.

WindowWolf

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WindowWolf - why so negative?

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28 Feb 2014 13:36:05
No that wasn't meant to be negative. I mean our midfield is so good they are displacing strikers from the team.

WindowWolf

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02 Mar 2014 17:33:55
So we won 3-0 using 7 midfielders :-)

WindowWolf

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14 Feb 2014 10:15:32
Wolves are interested in a straight swap: Margreitter for Claudemir if promoted back to the Championship.

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Whats the value of this brazillian midfielder, +do we need another one?
swansea wolf

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Is this who you are talking about?

Claudemir Domingues de Souza (born 27 March 1988), commonly known as Claudemir, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Danish Superliga side F.C. Copenhagen.

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Cant see them swapping one of their better players for a player worth half of what Claudemir is worth. Margreitter has played 9 games for them all season according to transfermarkt. Claudemir has played 22. So unless Solbakken wants to gift us a decent player for an injury prone league 1/lower championship player, I think this is fallacy.

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1. Where is this info from?
2. Why would they swap him for margrettier
3. Why would he drop champo league for league 1?
4. Why would solbakken be so stupid?

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Don't think Solbakken would ever want to do Steve Morgan any favours

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Plaudits tonight to the decision makers at wolves £14 a game to hopefully watch a young vibrant Wolves team plying their trade in the championship is really good value for money, to see players who play for their shirt with pride and for a pittance of the wage of our last championship superstars, and to get behind the man who almost single handily has changed a laughing stock into a team who play for each other are easy on the eye and ooooooze talent, all the early birders who parted with their hard earned cash have so far this season been royally rewarded, don't miss out next season, best squad we have had for many many years, many heroes about to be made, our club is no longer a laughing stock, we are a forward thinking club, and to those who chuckled at our downfall, beware the giant may still be a little bleary eyed but I've just got al little feeling with a big yawn a stretch of the arms and he could soon be wide awake.Support king Kenny his back room staff your new heroes and most of all the team who you were chosen to follow.wim all wolvesayewe. One love the realist.

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We ain't up yet.

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Did you not read the word hopefully.

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Bit unnerving that some fans would disagree with the statement 'We ain't up yet'

Long way to go yet.

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Why re we always so anti

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Another solid performance, back 5 solid, midfield purring and the pocket rocket up front causing mayhem, one thing that really caught the eye was the control and speed of the counter attack, think we are setting up to control home games and be destructive away from home, Jackett can spot a player and how to deploy each player to a system, but was has impressed me most is how he reacts to situations during game time, love the variety in our play we can go through games with a 4 4 2 or 4 2 3 1 or 4 3 3 and the players all know what is expected and more often than not they deliver.Next weekend is not the be all and end all, but Jackett is licking his lips, love his attitude and how he believes in his players, normally in games like this you would settle for a draw, think king Kennys got different ideas.cum on me babbies the realist.

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16 Feb 2014 18:26:57
No shame if we lose next match. Yes I agree Kenny uses team shape well, a combination of what works against each team and what the best 11 is anyway. It is a superb 11 that started yesterday. Clarke might wonder if he will get back in the team.

WindowWolf

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Look, none of us have any idea how good/bad Margritter is, he's hardly played in front of us because Saunders rated gorks, but then again Saunders was an person

Paddy Harris

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Connor/solbakken and Saunders couldn't manage a drinking session in a beer producers premises, villains and baddies one and all, margerieter was never going to cut it no more than any other of the norweigians signing and before you cry Sako, Jackett will turn him into the pro and player he would have never become under any of the previously mentioned, but maybe he could have done the same with all our underchievers under performers etc etc, as a football man I think Jackett judged them on merit and dealt as he felt fit, as wolves fans and football loving people, we've dropped lucky, as the rest of the midlands laughed at us, well what goes around comes around, we've got lucky my friends for once we've got lucky.one love wwfc the realist.

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17 Feb 2014 23:11:49
To be fair Solbakken signed some good players. And I still think we would have stayed up with him. Back then we expected to challenge for promotion though and on that score he failed.

Jackett has finished the job. Only Ikeme and Sako remain as first choice from that team (you can't really count Stearman as he was dropped and went on loan last year. Foley, Johnson, Berra and Ward were our back 4.)

Our signings and young players are all playing great football. OK this is League 1 but we are still better than this time last year and our solitary win against Millwall.

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Ripper of a post realist. Echoes the feeling of most . Good post.

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Think we are setting up to control games at home and be destructive away, read the words of the realist.

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New heroes about to be born step forward me golden babbies 2013/2014. Chosen to be wolves and very very proud, the realist.

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09 Feb 2014 10:36:06
Callum McGregor from Cetic on loan?

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Callum McGregor already on loan to Notts County till the end of the season!

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Could have a buy out clause at celtic? which we could activate with our dosh,
swansea wolf

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09 Feb 2014 13:44:29
Is it just one poster here advocating McGregor, or is the link with us widespread rumour?

WindowWolf

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Check today's papers that's where it is coming from

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Scott Hogan on loan

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Hogan on loan with view to permanent would be good

I'd have prefer Pritchard of mcgregor and surely we can't offer to buy him out as it's out of transfer period I thought you could only loan?

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To beef up our already strong defence I think we should go after Hulk Hogan, that moustache would remind me of Geoff Palmer

{Ed039's Note - Unfortunately Hulk Hogan is unavailable, he is returning to WWE on 24th Feb lol)

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Is it just me or is watching the wolves this season is like watchin a mo farah 10k nothing nothing nothing then booooooooooooom blow the field away.

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Read Jack Prices comments, young man u can make yourself a wwfc legend.a real legend humbled to play for Wolverhampton Wanderers makes ya proud doohickey it.he's here . he's there he every . Where jacky price jacky price.the realist 12k 2 mk.

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Would love to hear what KMac thinks of Jack Price, think they are a match made in heaven, think the chockies and champers are getting to me. The romancacist.

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Watched Mcgregor at yesterday's match, he was playing for notts county and to be honest didn't really do much and got substituted of, he is not what we need.

Having said that great performance from the boys yesterday, let's get Brentford, and end their streak!

Cricket Wolf

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To ed039: if I'm honest I see hulk hogan as more of a center forward/ target man

Paddy Harris

{Ed039's Note - He could play into his 70s like Steve Claridge as well :-)

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Well said Cricket - COYW

Media Wolf Pete

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07 Feb 2014 14:10:25
Game tomorrow is off!

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So will this be the 9th game in March?

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Not if we're playing against Walsall the day before.

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We could be 8 points behind Brentford come next Saturday

jody9737

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Thanks for that jody9737!

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All we can do is win our games, if we end up with 95 points and are still 3rd then I won't knock Wolves but take my hat off to the two teams above us! But I think Orient will drop off and ourselves and Brentford will get automatic. Paul Tamworth

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Think nothing of it mush

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08 Feb 2014 10:03:03
Haha. Unless Brentford slip up a few times we will finish behind them anyway. Chances are they won't sustain their form all season. We hope.

WindowWolf

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There home game has been postponed to die to a waterlogged pitch so won't be that far ahead

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The only Tuesday dates available (assuming the game will be played on a Tuesday) are the 1st, 8th and 15th April. All other midweek dates have either a game for Stevenage or for us.
I was taking my kids so unless it's re-scheduled for the 15th (when the kids are off school) it looks like I'll have to get my tickets refunded. However assuming they'll go for the first available date it will be the 1st April

Rustymini

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Great result well done Posh!) Paul Tamworth

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08 Feb 2014 18:00:49
So Orient decide to lose and we stay second. Beware Preston, though. They could yet challenge for automatic promotion if the top 3 drop more points.

WindowWolf

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The O's and the Bees are starting to feel the pressure, we will finish as champs, Bees second, Preston third, O's fourth, Rotherham to win playoffs!

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09 Feb 2014 13:51:08
That will do me. For info the Bees and us are odds on for promotion (6/4 and 6/5 on last I looked before yesterday's match). We are surely certain enough for play offs and we would probably ein over two legs. The most likely worst case then is to finish 3 to 6 and lose the play off final.

WindowWolf

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As I said they are feeling the pressure and their mighty luck has ran out, let's face it, we should of beat them by at east two clear goals they were not anywhere near the quality we are in ths division, we have to win this league!

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03 Feb 2014 22:40:27
Hearing a rumour that KJ is looking to overhaul his backroom staff in the summer with the likes of Tony Daley and Pat Mountain facing uncertain futures at the club

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I don't think we could improve on them greatly enough to justify sacking either of them.

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Getting rid of Pat Mountain would be KJ's first mistake. Look at the quality of goalkeeping we have seen over the last few years. Carl Ikeme is twice the keeper he was when he first broke into the team, and we have good young keepers being developed, i.e. McCarey and Flatt.

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Pat Mountain has clearly proved himself at Wolves. Ikeme and McCarey have both done exceptionally well and a part of this will be down to Pat Mountain's coaching.

Letting him go would prove pointless.

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Totally agree about pat and Kenny jacket has stated today he is very happy with the goalkeeper department so doesn't fit the bill

Toby Daley I kno we have had a lot of players over the years with groin and hamstring problems which are common in football but I do alway think this has always been his weakness

In Kenny we trust tho!

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KJ is head coach, he has no authority to hire or fire other members of the coaching staff

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So we just happened to hire Joe Gallen? Of course he has authority about who he works with and who he doesn't. Do you genuinely think the board would risk losing KJ because of a difference in opinion on other members of the coaching staff?

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The head coach works with the coaching team, he does not appoint them or fire them. PM & TD were in place long before KJ. Just ask Pepe Mel if he can fire the WBA coaching staff!

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Johan Lange sacked along with Solbakken

Mal Purchase and Brian Carey along with Saunders

So yes, Kenny would be able to make changes if he wanted

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KJ has who he wants, period, I am too also worried about groin and hamstring injuries, however Murray and Hennesey both suffered the same kicking knee problem from the same coach, I think Mountain is a great coach but something is happenning with flow and strength of hoofing the ball!

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Ikem and Hennessey wer both already here when McCarthy Cameand Bobby Mims was coach. Pat Mountain came later after Mimhad gone. he can't really take much credit. I would ask why he culdnt sto Hennesey keepconcedig a his near post - Crystal Place ans have that to look forward too.

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Yes that's true they went with the manger but thewell has only really had a say and been more involved this pre season and season

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I've always wondered why we have a fitness coast who was rarely fit when he 'played' for us. It's a bit like having Jez as a diet advisor

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06 Feb 2014 19:52:45
What's happened to David Davis this season?

Is he injured or just not favoured at the moment?

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Whenever he has played he's been awful

So strange when he appeared under terry Connor in the end of the prem season he was awesome full on energy and looked great

Didn't play much In the championship under stale played well for a bit under Saunders until he got injured this year I expected him to boss midfield but he's been poor

From what I've seen and heard of him he I very arrogant and cocky maybe thinks he's to good for league 1 and doesn't fully commit not sure bit McDonald and price have been outstanding so any see him playing any time soon

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He has been found out

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03 Feb 2014 22:32:39
Chris Woods a loan target. Worked with KJ at millwall and looking to get fit.

THE AGENCY

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This would be an excellent signing.

Woods has a strong goal scoring record and I think he'd do very well for us at L1 level.

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04 Feb 2014 09:24:50
Would make sense to get a loan striker in. Not sure McAlinden would agree though.

WindowWolf

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I imagine that you are talking about Chris Wood, the Leicester City player? Chris Woods is a goalkeeping coach for Man Utd. Chris Wood, at 24 and 6' 2", would certainly appear to be a good prospect - another tall forward would not be a bad thing!

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This would be an incredible signing. Great goal scoring ratio, young and hungry so fits the bill, and just isn't getting games at Leicester behind Nugent, Vardy and now Phillips. Go get him KJ!

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Yeah, meant Chris Wood from Leicester. Will only be on loan though, but Leicester will want him to get as much game time as possible, potential sticking point.

THE AGENCY

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03 Feb 2014 22:32:13
Jack Price is about to sign a new contract.

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Hope you are right about Price as his contract runs out in the Summer. Also what was Keith Downing doing in the Directors Box on Sat. Was he watching one of ours or could he be exiting WBA.

10ktoMK

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10k to MK has to be a world record in league one since the leagues and premier were rolled out, we have to break the record, to sing we know who we are to the Albion next season with we are world record breakers and then straight into is that all you take away would be sheer bliss

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How can it be a "world record" when it's only an English league?

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Psycho was supporting the wolves. that's what he does on a day off! #wolvesayewe

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Ok so maybe world record breakers is a little large in thought, but to rebuff the suggestion to us getting one up on them lot down the road makes no sense at all? FWAW, amyow?

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What is 10k to mk? mean.

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10,000 wolves fans to go to away game at MK Dons

THE AGENCY

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31 Jan 2014 22:17:00
Wolves pleased to announce the signing of highly-rated young defender Kortney Hause from Wycombe Wanderers. Kortney has signed a two-and-a-half year contract after joining for an undisclosed fee.

coseleyglenn

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This window just gets better and better. Looks to me that the Thelwell/Jackett partnership is working really well. Personally think everything they've done this season is spot on

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Agree excellent work

And with the loan windows opening soon Alex Pritchard and a striker could still be on the way

If not I'm still happy being on the rest of the season 8 goals in 3 games and the top league scorer in are side come on boys 3 points and fingers crossed brentford and orient slip up

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Just one question left unanswered at end of interesting day. Did we try to get Alex Pritchard or was the rumour just mischief making or wishful thinking.

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31 Jan 2014 23:07:55
I have never heard of Hause but as others have said, Kenny's signings or maybe the way he manages decent enough players have been good so far.

Excited about the team going in to the next match. And who would have thought that the team member still in the team from this time last year would be Sako?

WindowWolf

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Pritchard on loan at Swindon until the end of the season. Only way to buy out the loan was a £1m permanent offer

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Disappointed we didn't go in for frimpong, can't believe he signed for Barnsley on a permanent deal. Would have loved to have seen him back!

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01 Feb 2014 10:05:27
At least we won't get this Frimpong thing every transfer window!

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He has only signed until the end of June according to the clubs website

ean33

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I think that at the end of his short contract he will be a free agent. Does Kenny want him though?

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Great start for him today. hehe

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KMac a midfield masterclass, was hoping for a 89th minute substitution so you could have had the 100 per cent standing ovation your performance deserved.the realist.

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Super Mac - the midfielder we have needed for sooooooo long.

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Brilliant in the last two games and really good in the last 5/6. I did post on here a few months ago questioning whether he is better than O'hara. Now I know the answer.

DAT

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Been told Jackett and Doyle had a long discussion about his move, Doyle still think he has unfinished business, he's been told to go away and re-invent himself but his future is still in Wolverhampton.

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05 Feb 2014 08:43:44
I posted last week that I had never heard of Kortney Hause. Now I read that Jackett hadn't seen him play before signing him. I hope someone at Wolves knows this dude!

WindowWolf

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Just a thought about "one for the future". Anyone know how Jamie Tank is coming along? Is he far away from a first XI debut?

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Played away at Stourbridge before Christmas, can't say I thought he had much to be pushing to get anywhere near the first team

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