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Wolves interest in Millwall's Morison

Wolves interest in Millwall's Morison

Wolves are reportedly interested in landing Millwall striker Steve Morison.

The 27-year-old Welsh international joined Millwall from Stevenage in July 2009 for a fee of just £130,000.

Since his move he has fired home 34 goals in 67 appearances.

Form that now suggests that we would need to fork out around £3million to take him from The Den.

Vital Wolves Comment: I'm not so sure about this one, a striker wouldn't be the first move I'd be making in this transfer window.

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Writer:Akela
Date:Friday January 7 2011
Time: 3:00PM

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Another striker? Doyle, SEB, Fletcher, Bent (loan) - with Vokes and the Hof away on loan ? - I only wish this is Mick's indication that he won't be playing with only one striker up front later on in the season when a point per match would do the trick, assuming the other teams involved in the relegation battle drop more points than Wolves do. No 'Portsmouth adrift' though this time around, and I doubt whether 38 points would be enough. I see the priority to be an attacking midfielder, leaving Henry, captain or not, on the bench ..... has anyone noticed ? .....no yellow cards since Karl has not been playing !
lovesW
07/01/2011 17:09:00
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I am colour blind, too, but I think you mean RED cards.
Southbank60
07/01/2011 19:03:00
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for every 2 of these 2/3 million pound players that usually flop anyway.. we could spend 5/6 mil on someone with real quality..(halford, mouyokolo, maierhofer, surman, jvd).. dontt go out and buy another one!!!!!!
SmithyWolves
07/01/2011 19:16:00
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I agree, Smithy Wolves. It's a lottery when you spend 2-3 million pounds on an unproven Prem player. The fortunes of The Hoff at home and abroad emphasize this point, as does the career of JVD. So, let's spend all the money in Mick's piggy bank (down to the pennies in the corner) on a quality central defender and left back. We splashed out a lot of money on two forwards but it is being wasted because of sloppiness at the back. Doyle has just made that point himself (though he did not openly blame the blokes behind him).
Southbank60
07/01/2011 21:40:00
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What did Doyle say Banksy? I missed that one. We all appear to agree that defenders must be our priority. With what we have got at the club I think we are two defenders away from sailing to safety- namely Bridge and Lescott. I would say Bridge would demand a game a week- I'd offer that but it is something Mick has never promised a player, whilst Lescott.... well, history and his continued respect for the club might just swing it for us, dependent of course on what percentage of the wage Chelsea want and what we are prepared to pay. Let's say we pay 75% of each wage, (they are estimated to be on 120k and 90k) for the remaining 19 weeks of the season, we would be shelling out 3.1 million in wages. Survival would prove worth ten, twenty times that amount in revenue depending on television, advertising, marketing, and the club's growth. If we can come close to spending 3 million on Ginger Fulham then we can spend 3 million on 2 players who would keep us up for me, without a doubt. Last point, considering we are apparently in the chase for three players, that suggest there is still enough money for another midfielder. Why we would buy another striker I have no idea. End of transmission.
New York City Wolf
08/01/2011 04:16:00
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NYCW: this is what Doyle said yesterday of the Chelsea game: 'It went fine, but it was the sort of game where we had to also be in midfield and everywhere chasing people down so you couldn't make a proper judgement on us as a partnership'. Unpicking the semantic implications of this statement with the help of my two surviving braincells, I deduced that Doyle was implying that had we got a solid defence capable of doing its job, he and Fletcher could have concentrated on theirs. I say this a little tongue in cheek because we were playing Chelsea and the defenders rose to the challenge ... with help from thir team-mates in front of them, of course. But, the crucial point still stands: if we don't strengthen our defence in the window, we are always going to have trouble scoring goals the other end. On Wednesday we did not score a goal ourselves and squandered several openings. From my vantage point in the Billy Wright stand there were a couple of occasions when the man with the ball had acres of space in front of him ... and the same circumstances seemed to materialise on the other flank too. Did anxiety cause our failure to convert these chances into goals or were the players too tired to capitalise on the situation?
Southbank60
08/01/2011 10:04:00
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3 million?you have got to be joking.
Crete Wolf
09/01/2011 16:07:00
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Spot on, Crete Wolf. It's going to cost us a lot more than £3m to buy our saviour.
Southbank60
09/01/2011 16:33:00
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