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Jackie Mac Coming Back

Wolve fans recieved a triple dose of injury news this week, and for a change, its all good!

On the back of the news that this week, George Ndah has rejoined the main squad, there aremore fantastic tidings regarding Jackie McNamara

'Jackie's had the all-clear from the specialist and so he'll play a come back game for the reserves next week,' Glenn Hoddle told Wolves World, adding.

'He's worked tirelessly for the past six months and, if anything, we've had to hold him back and go by the specialist's instructions. He could possibly have been ready earlier but we didn't want to take a risk with him.

'He's obviously going to need some time, perhaps he'll have to play four or five reserve games and take part in a little more intensive training as well.

'We'll treat him as a normal player now and really work him to get him back to full fitness.'

The third lot of good news regards Denes Rosa, who is now back in contention for a start against Reading this weekend.

Denes suffered a groin injury in his outstanding display against Cardiff City last weekend, and it was originally though the Reading game would be too early for him, but a speedy recovery sees him back in Glenn Hoddle's plans.

Great news ahead of a season defining match.










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Date:Thursday March 16 2006

Time: 7:33PM

Your Comments

Great news for the team,maybe just maybe it could be our year
skellybob
Is'nt it just? Jackie, Matt, and George all coming back. Can't be bad
Vital Wolves
Another season on a knife edge, 'fresh' players may make a major difference. Can only see George & Jackie getting a look into 1st team action though. We need to aim high to get into the play offs, looking at 19 points from our last eight matches minimum.
wolfman
 

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