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Wolves Bites - Tuesday

A summary of some of the news stories around Molineux in a handy bite size chunk.

Including reserves defeat to Birmingham, Jody Craddock and Carl Ikeme.

The reserves lost to Birmingham 1-0. The goal came inside the first 10 minutes from Fraser Kerr.

Castillo, Edwards, Vokes, Keogh and Bia Mujang all had run outs.

Jody Craddock already has one eye on next season after signing a new deal at Molineux. The veteran defender will be 35 come next season and knows he may have step a side a little more often: 'I`m just delighted to get the contract, but if I`m to just a bit-part player next season, I`d be happy with that. I just take it as it comes, train how I`ve trained, look after my body and see what happens.' He told the Express & Star.

Carl Ikeme looks set to return to Molineux early after new QPR boss Neil Warnock decided that he would prefer to bring in another loan signing.

QPR are on the limit of loan signings available and would have to send one back to be allowed to bring in a new face.

The unlucky person looks set to be Ikeme and he could return as soon as tomorrow.

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Writer:Akela
Date:Tuesday March 23 2010
Time: 10:00AM

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