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Vital Wolves: Come on Chelsea, let him go!

Mick McCarthy is waiting for Chelsea to make a decision on whether to allow Michael Mancienne to join Wolves on loan - Sky Sports

AND still we wait.

WOLVES have been waiting for the Premier League rich boys to make a decision all summer.

First the official line was that we were waiting on Carlo whatshisname to come to Stamford Bridge and now, with under 2 weeks to go, we still wait to hear whether Michael Mancienne will be allowed to gain vital Premier League experience, while helping us survive our first season back in the Premier League.

You'd think it was a win-win all round so come on Chelsea, make your mind up!

'He's Chelsea's player and it's up to Chelsea what they do with him,' McCarthy told Sky Sports News.

'Everybody knows I like him, everybody knows I think he's a really good player and he did really well for us.

'We'll see. It's up to Chelsea what they do with their players, not me.'

Vital Wolves Comment: I know I`m beginning to get impatient waiting for Chelsea to make a decision, so lord knows what Mick McCarthy is thinking!

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday August 5 2009

Time: 11:00AM

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Chelsea fan here! I would think it would be good all round this one. We have 4 international CB's and 2 RB's so let the boy go and prove himself
cliftond
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05/08/2009 11:23:00

Well said cliftond. When he fills his potential you have the money to try and get him back I guess...! On a serious note he needs games to progress and we want him, already a crowd pleaser at the Molineux so let's be having him!
JamoDaWolf
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06/08/2009 15:08:00

 

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