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Keogh On The Way Out

According to the Express & Star, and boss Mick McCarthy, Andy Keogh appears to have played his last game for the club with a season long loan, most likely to turn into a permanent deal, to Championship outfit Cardiff City.

Mick was full of praise and gratitude to the player although it is unlikely will we see him in a Wolves shirt again. More details pending as they unfold as the deal has not been closed.

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Writer: New York City Wolf Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday August 25 2010

Time: 3:46AM

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Loan deal would be ok as he may have a cracking season with Bellamy and raise his transfer fee,although at time of writing this it is by no means certain that he will be going to Cardiff.
Crete Wolf
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25/08/2010 08:44:00

I'd also prefer to see a loan deal, if it wasn't for this 25 man squad rule there would be no way we'd consider letting him go IMHO.
Akela
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25/08/2010 09:31:00

Where's the backup ???? Keogh even with Keogh we are extremely light upfront - Doyle and Flecther have both picked up knocks already and we have NO ONE to take their place. I hope there is a revellation and a super sub unveiled but I am very worried that there is no contingency. 3 STRIKERS ARE NOT ENOUGH FOR AN ENTIRE SEASON/
Ad Mant
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25/08/2010 10:28:00

Ward and Halford can play up top so in a way we have 5 strikers , But a lot of games we will only play 1 up top , Its not Serious , Keogh wont even get in the Cardiff 11 as a striker , Bothroyd / Chopra and Bellamy will be ahead of him in the pecking order !!!
ODDJOB79
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26/08/2010 13:29:00

He's a very honest player but is most definitely not a Premisership striker. Will do well to get a start for cardiff! We defo need another striker soon if not we need to bring Vokesy back!
Gaffers mate
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26/08/2010 21:03:00

Yes it is a weird one...he doesn't want to be 4th choice here, but that is what he will be at Cardiff as well. theres lovely isn't it...
OLDGOLD
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27/08/2010 22:15:00

Very promising comments from Wolves fans, hard to see where he'll fit in tho tbh. I wonder if he'll suffer from versatility like McCormack did, makes him a prime candidate for the bench - we'll see what DJ has planned
bluebirdshroom
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28/08/2010 12:27:00

 

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