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Wolves Hunt goes cold

Wolves Hunt goes cold

As predicted by Vital Wolves yesterday, our chase for Hull City winger Stephen Hunt has gone cold.

"The club is now becoming bored of continual speculation within the local media surrounding his future and would like to place, on the record, that the player is not for sale." A statement on Hull's official website read.

Hull have so far rejected at least two offers from Wolves and appear determined to keep their man, despite suggestions that Hunt wanted to make the move to Wolves.

Vital Wolves Comment: Wolves attention will now probably turn to Tottenham`s Jamie O`Hara, Cardiff winger Joe Ledley or Sunderland winger Daryl Murphy.

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Writer:Akela
Date:Friday January 15 2010
Time: 11:00AM

Comments

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Joe Ledley could be a really good signing.
khoder
15/01/2010 11:13:00
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Ledley would be a good signing for anybody but not for Wolves! Why? - Because he is due to go into hospital for 2 hip operations after the next 4 games and would probably not be available until next season!
WulfrunWolf
15/01/2010 13:27:00
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that is ashame about joe ledley i dont think murphy has the premeirship quality we need or the pace/directness we need we need a genuine threat from the wings now kightly is injured and i dont think jarvis is cutting it in the premeirship
danielpeters
15/01/2010 16:10:00
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