Vital Wolves: Iwelumo breaks the Beckham bone
Wolves striker Chris Iwelumo could miss the start of the season after breaking his metatarsal - BBC
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WOLVES striker Chris Iwelumo broke a bone in his foot this afternoon during our first friendly in Australia.
The injury which was made almost fashionable by England midfielder David Beckham was almost unheard of a few years ago, but now every foot injury always appears to be a metatarsal break.
The 30-year-old striker was taken off during the game, after Sylvan Ebanks-Blake scored the games only goal as Wolves defeated Perth Glory.
Vital Wolves Comment: Mick McCarthy's striking options was already a hot topic on our forum. With Iwelumo looking likely to miss the start of the season, who will fill his boots?
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