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Fetch the broom Mick

Wolves are set for a big clear out over the summer according to several reports.

Gaffer Mick McCarthy made a few mistakes during the year while building a squad ready to take on the Premier League and many of those faces could now be set to leave after failing to make much of an impression at Molineux.

Segundo Castillo and Geoffrey Mujangi Bia had hoped to turn their loan moves into permanent deals but that looks unlikely.

Andrew Surman and Stefan Maierhofer have only managed 4 Premier League starts between them and could also be expecting to look elsewhere for next season, as too could be Greg Halford.

Daniel Jones, Mark Little, Matt Hill, Jason Shackell and George Friend are also all out of contract, while several others could be deemed surplus to requirements.

"None of it is easy because it`s a well-run club and it`s a happy place. People enjoy being here and there`s a really good team spirit.' McCarthy told the Express and Star.

He added: "Breaking that up is never easy but I`ve got to do it. I haven`t got to shatter it, but the players have formed a great bond and some will go. That`s a natural process in the summer, part of life.

"But then some will want to go as well, because they won`t want to be sat here being a squad player."

Vital Wolves Comment: If you were Mick, who would you be getting rid of over the summer?

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 7 2010

Time: 1:00PM

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Iwelumo should go too, championship player imo. Sam Vokes too. Sack them off and sign some quality proven players.
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07/05/2010 13:57:00

Not sure about Vokes - he could well be a player for the future. If he were to go we should look for a decent fee for a Welsh International.
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