Writer: Stuart Smith
Date:Friday July 4 2008
The club is now back in full swing ahead of the coming season.
The players have returned to Compton for pre season training, with many commenting on the positive effects of coach Tony Daley's personalised fitness programs.
But it may not be Wolves that benefits in every case.
Southend and Swindon have both made bids for defender Charlie Mulgrew, Coventry have made an accepted bid for Freddy Eastwood, although that deal now looks dead and buried due to a difference of opinions on Eastwood's pay off from Wolves, and there are now several Premiership sides chasing the signature of Seyi Olofinjana.
However, there are as many players with futures unsure as there are decided, with the likes of Stephen Elliott, Jay Bothroyd and Rob Edwards still to find interested parties.
On a lighter note, Neill Colllins has signed a new four year deal.
Admittedly, Neill has tended to give many people heart attcks of late whenever attackers are near him in the box, but that doesn't diminish from eth fact that he was once considered indespensable at the heart of defence. But then, that central pairing included the afforementioned Mr Edwards. Funny old game.
New signing David Jones has pledged to repay Mick McCarthy's faith in him the best way he can, by scoring goals. Along with David Edwards, the thought of having two genuine box to box midfielders on the books is a mouthwatering one.
Michael Gray has begun negotiations on a new contract, Sam Vokes is settling in well, and possibly the best news so far is that the squad has remained injury free during the break.
Now all I need is Barry Fry to get serious and accept £1.8m for Aaron McLean and the weekend will be set up a treat!
Date:Friday July 4 2008
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