Date:Monday November 22 2010
Well there can be little doubt that we have problems all over the football pitch, but the left back slot has been one of our most problematic for a long period of time.
We are a professional outfit and as such you would hope Jelle has had the appropriate help in order to try and get him settled in.
I would hope that the option of his family joining him has been explored as much, if not more than the option of him leaving.
Hopefully the matter can be resolved to everyone's satisfaction soon. Are the management right in thinking that his psychological state is helped by him not playing rather than being in the thick of it?
He looks the sort of character that fans could really get behind. Distinctive in appearance and keen to get forward against Stoke, I think he could become a fan favourite if he is up for it.
I get the feeling that most fans are.
Ward and Elokobi have both had chances and have been discussed at length by Wolves fans for a long time. It is not their faults that they both have traits that render them unsuitable for a team hoping to survive their second premiership season in a row.
Both players try (which after all appears to be Mick's starting benchmark), but fall short of the required standard.
I am grateful for their effort, but we should be looking for better. Wolves management, please get behind Jelle.
He may be wobbling at the moment, but we can mould him into a useful player.
We need to gel a team around him.
I need to get my coat!
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