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Wolves Bites 14/04/10

Wolves Bites 14/04/10

A quick summary of the latest news from Molineux in a handy bite size chunk! Including reserves against West Ham, Spurs Jamie O`Hara and tickets for Sunderland.

* Wolves reserves beat West Ham 4-1 yesterday. Sam Vokes gave Wolves the lead before the sides went into half time at 1-1.

Goals from Stephen Ward, Greg Halford and Richard Stearman during the second half sealed the win.

Hennessey, Castillo, Guedioura, Surman, Milijas, Ebanks-Blake and Keogh also featured.

* Tickets for Wolves v Sunderland on the final day of the season go on sale today.

Supporters can purchase online if you have 50 Loyalty Points.

Then from Saturday they are also available from the ticket office in person or over the phone.

Then tickets go on general sale a week today.

* Wolves look set to query the availability of Portsmouth's on loan Tottenham midfielder Jamie O`Hara over the summer.

With Pompey relegated O'Hara will return to Spurs over the summer, but the 23-year-old has clearly stated that he will not stay at White Hart Lane if he isn't involved in the first team squad on a regular basis.

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Writer:Akela
Date:Wednesday April 14 2010
Time: 10:00AM

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