Vital Wolves: New signings fly in
Nenad Milijaš, Ronald Zubar and Bobo Balde checked into the team's hotel in Perth tonight - Official Site
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WOLVES new boys Nenad Milijaš and Ronald Zubar along with Celtic defender Bobo Balde flew into Australia last night to join up with the squad for the first time.
They are unlikely to feature in the first game of the tour against Perth Glory, but Mick believes the squad will benefit from having a few days together.
'It's great to have them here. We've got two of them signed and Bobo's a possibility. They are quality players.' McCarthy told the Official site.
'It would be difficult for them for Friday's game but they can meet the lads and get integrated - that's going to be the nice thing - they will know everybody and by the time we go back they'll all be pals.'
Vital Wolves Comment: Sounds like Balde is likely to sign for us sometime soon.
Lets face it, it would be a waste of time to fly him out to Australia for one game, if we were not about to sign him!
Source: Official Wolves website
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