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McCarthy snubs Wolves & Spurs for Wigan

Hamilton midfielder James McCarthy has agreed a four-year contract to join Wigan Athletic - BBC

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WOLVES have lost out on signing 18-year-old James McCarthy as the Scottish midfielder has chosen to join Wigan.

'James is a superb prospect and I know Roberto Martinez and Wigan will look after him.' Hamilton Accies chairman Ronnie MacDonald told BBC Scotland.

Vital Wolves Comment: No real immediate loss. It was clear that McCarthy could be a signing for the future and so would not of helped in our immediate plans to survive in the Premier League.

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 21 2009

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Your Comments

I always love the word, SNUB, in any comment, perhaps he simply preferred the idea of playing regular football. He was a player lonked with Spurs via the media, but it seems that we are more interested in fabian Dalph at Leeds that McCarthy (rightly or wrongly). A move to wigan seems good for him, with no desrespect to any other club in for him. will be interesting to see how scotlands,, "brightest" prospect does in the south.
oxfordspur
not good on rejecton then oxfordspur
Big Bad Wolf
I reckon James McCarthy's head was turned by the chance to be involved with the first team at wigan when in fact he will be a bench warmer either that or he hadn't got the stomach to fight for his place like he would have had to at the Wolves, still his loss - only time will tell. If he is has good has they say he is - why (reportadly) did Celtic only rate him at 200.000? either way I feel we have better players in our Academy. johnwolf.
johnwolf
I have to agree with johnwolf. Zele Ismail and Nathanial Mendez-Laing should be given a chance with the first team. however i am alittle worried that we havent signed enough quality
woody83
No big loss. While I admire Mick McCarthy's efforts to continue to buy young and build for the future. Right now we need a team to survive in the Premier League and to do that we need at least a couple more signings.
Wolf Man
He would only have been used as a late sub and cup game player etc..... There's more instant oppourtunity for him at Wigan in terms of first team football.
JamoDaWolf
 

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