Date:Wednesday March 1 2006
Glenn Hoddle is once again looking to his treatment room to see who will be available this coming Saturdays match waith QPR.
Injuries have been the one constant in Wolves underachieving season, and teh situation doesnt appear to be showing signs of changing.
Glenn ran through the roll call of injuries with Wolves World this morning.
'Lee Naylor trained yesterday and so we'll see how he progresses through the week, he's not a serious doubt at this stage,'
'Paul Ince and Jody Craddock are still in the treatment room and have not yet resumed training, while Gabor Gyepes is now able to go out to work with the physios. I'd say that Incey is rated as probably 50/50 for the weekend.' said Hoddle
'Colin Cameron took part in his first training session earlier this week and we hope to see him get a game in training in the next day or two.
'Seol came back early from international duty with a nasty skin infection. It's calmed down but he's not over it yet, we have to work with him and see if it gets worse after he's been out training. It's difficult to say how that is progressing at the moment.
'But, some brighter news is that Mark Clyde is fit for Saturday, although he is lacking match fitness. He needs games to build that up, but with the way injuries are he may need to be involved with the squad anyway.'
Mark Davies was due to represent the England U19's last night, but he also fell foul of the Molineux injury curse.
'I had a fitness test yesterday morning and I passed it, but then the physio's said it was probably best not to risk it so that I could come back and try and get myself fit for Saturday,' said the youngster
'I've got a sore back which I picked up in the Hull game but I hope I will be OK again pretty soon.'
Glenn Hoddle is mindfull of the fact that the last time Davies played 3 games in a row, he suffered a hernia, and this Saturday coming will be number 4.
He also realises that at 18, his body has not yet stopped growing, and needs to be treated with kid gloves to ensure Mark can complete this season without further problems.
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