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Vokes, Mujangi Bia and Keogh on target

Sam Vokes, Geoffrey Bia Mujangi and Andy Keogh were all on target as Wolves reserves beat Stoke 3-1 last night.

Dave Edwards, Nenad Milijaš and Andrew Surman all enjoyed run outs during the match which was dominated by Wolves.

To be fair to Stoke though they did field a quiet young side, but just maybe the performance by some of our now fringe players could be enough to impress Mick McCarthy enough to involve them in the squad to face Arsenal on Saturday.

Vital Wolves Comment: After his miss against Manchester United, it's good to see Sam Vokes on the score sheet. Hopefully this will help him restore some confidence.

Also good to see Nenad Milijaš again. I still believe with time he will prove to be a good signing for Wolves.

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Date:Wednesday March 31 2010

Time: 11:00AM

 

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