Wolves Bites - 07/04/10
All the latest news around Molinuex in a handy bite size summary.
Including Wolves opt not to appeal against Karl Henry's red card against Arsenal, Jody Craddock 500 not out, Wolves reserves and Fulham ticket news.
* Following Karl Henry's dismissal on Saturday in the narrow defeat to Arsenal, we have decided not to appeal against the suspension.
He will now miss the games against Stoke, Fulham and Blackburn.
If we had lost the appeal Henry could have had his suspension extended, so it wasn't really worth the risk.
'Having spoken to a lot of different people over the weekend, including a number of ex-referees, I have not found anyone yet who thinks that Karl should have been sent off,' said McCarthy to the BBC.
'But having also sought advice in terms of the appeal process, we have decided to accept the punishment as it stands.'
* One man who will be hoping to be in the side for the game against Stoke is Jody Craddock. The 34-year-old if involved will be taking part in his 500th League game.
Over his 500 appearances Craddock has played for Cambridge United, Sunderland, Sheffield United, Stoke and Wolves.
* A Sylvan Ebanks-Blake goal meant that the reserves picked up a 1-1 draw against Fulham this week.
* Speaking of Fulham, a further 80 tickets for the away end on the 17th went on sale this morning.
Wolves have an allocation of 2,900 for the match.
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