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Wolves have Heart

Wolves defeated Scottish Premier League side Hearts last night 2-0.

Goals from Greg Halford and Stephen Ward inside the opening 20 minutes were enough to claim the win.

As well as a win, another promising thing to come out of the game was Mouokolo getting 73 minutes under his belt.

The £2.5million signing from Hull missed three weeks of training due to an ankle injury and is now rushing to get his fitness right before the start of the new season.

"I don`t know yet whether I`ll make the Stoke game, but I`ll do my best to be fit," said Mouyokolo to the Express & Star.

Wolves Team according to Wolves Official Website: Hahnemann, Halford, Elokobi (Hill 63), Edwards, Stearman, Mouokolo (Berra 73), Milijaš (Jones 73), Foley, Doyle (capt) (Ebanks-Blake 73), Keogh (Mujangi Bia 45), Ward (Jones 73).

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday August 4 2010

Time: 11:00AM

Your Comments

Will Halford stay now? He's set up a lot of goals in pre season and obviously looks up for it this season.
BullysBestMate
Mouyokolo looked awsome , If we could get the 2 mill back for halford id sell , But he does bring a long throw which could be a good weapon in the closing minutes of a tight game ???
ODDJOB79
 

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