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Halford not leaving Wolves

Greg Halford insists he is not about to leave Molineux.

I didn't actually think there was much chance of him going considering it has only been a few months since Mick shelled out 2million for him.

But with Halford struggling to get back into the side over the past month, reports suggested that he could make a temporary move.

"I definitely won`t be moving during the January transfer window. I`m 100 per cent sure about that, because I`ve done enough moving about to last me a lifetime.' Greg Halford told the Express & Star.

He added: "It`s been non-stop for me in the last three years, apart from last season when I was at Sheffield United, so I`m here for the long haul at Wolves and I doubt whether any club would be able to tempt me into reconsidering that stance."

Vital Wolves Comment: I thought he had done reasonably well when he first joined.

Considering he was settling into a new side and was having to up his game for Premier League football, I thought he was on his way to establishing himself as a solid Wolves squad player and I still think he has the capability to do that.

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 8 2010

Time: 1:00PM

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Should never have bought him in the first place. Useful long-throw ability to one side he does not have the quality needed for a first team place IMO. Therefore it would be good to sell him and money received plus wages saved put toward a better player. It should be crystal clear now that retaining our premiership place cannot be done on the cheap....
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08/01/2010 22:34:00

Agree he isn't someone for the now, but surely worth keeping and allowing to develop? At what 24 he still has plenty of time to improve?
Akela
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09/01/2010 10:51:00

 

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