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Jarvis not for sale

Jarvis not for sale

It would appear that our very own southbank60 was not alone in his fears over Jarvis's future following the signing of Hammill and Jez has come out to calm those fears.

Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey has also stated that Michael Kightly's progressing well in his rehabilitation and hopes to see him back in a Wolves shirt soon as we continue to battle for our Premier League status.

"We`re all trying our utmost to secure our Premier League future so we will need Matt and Stephen Hunt to play a huge part in helping us secure our objective, but Adam`s arrival gives Mick more options for the remainder of the season.' Moxey told the Express & Star.

He went on to add: "One thing is for certain, we have no plans to sell any of our star players - nothing is more important than staying in the Premier League.

"We remain very optimistic that if the current team stays fit and healthy, then we have every chance of achieving that objective come May.

The E&S also speculate that we're currently mulling over the idea of signing Senegal midfielder Guirane N`Daw on loan from Saint-Etienne.

The 26-year-old could train with Wolves ahead of any possible move.

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Date:Friday January 21 2011
Time: 1:30PM


Just read the CEO's statement on the Jarvis speculations. Well said Jez; just what I had been hoping for. Sorry about my previous entry, folks; I mistakenly re-submitted.
21/01/2011 13:38:00
Glad to see plenty of contributors on here at the moment, comments seem to have gone through the roof at the minute. Chuffed on two fronts, to hear the club put any suggestion of a Jarvis sale to bed, and a rare update on Kightly. We read a while ago he was making progress but the less you hear about the player you more you begin to fear- with most of the injured players coming back the squad is looking good (I don't mention Kightly here, I think if he is declared fit we will leave him out of the 25, ease him through some reserve games and quiet possible see him out on loan for the rest of the season). I think the Championship would be a great place to allow him to rediscover that blistering form of his, bring him back, get a full pre season behind him, and hopefully we will see him playing a big role for us next season, and yes, in the Premiership. Come on the Wolves. Depending on results we could climb as 'high' as 15th at the weekend and I think we need it with Arsenal and United up next.
New York City Wolf
21/01/2011 15:53:00
All the statements about Kightly to date have been positive so it looks like he is still on course for a come-back. The first knee is OK now and, as the specialist has carried out the same procedure for the other knee, we can be more confident this time. As you say, he should ease his way back with a loan to a Championship team. It's going to be great seeing him back in WWFC colours next season.
21/01/2011 16:16:00
All praise for Mick at the moment - and for Jez too. But remember, that is following the 5-0 against Doncaster and the clarification about Jarvis. Now a prediction..which is no prediction at all, since it always happens: a defeat aginst Liverpool and the hyenas here and elsewhere will be at it again. Fans are in no position to judge on matters they have skimmed only the surface of: for instance, you watch a player for 90' and think he should be in the starting eleven for the rest of the season, at least.You do not know anything else about him except those 90'. The manager and the rest of the coaching staff have the time to know the player in his wholeness, on the physchological, emotional and other levels, matters affecting him at the time - family matters, rifts between other player/s and himself, time needed for him to settle in.......all of these factors come in when the team selection is made. The word is TRUST. A manager has been entrusted with the running of the first team at a club. The decision rested exclusively with the ones who appointed the manager in the first place. The sacking of Hodgson, for instance, was an admission of defeat for the Liverpool board, and in no way a defeat for hodgson himself. He had performed a near-miracle at Fulham, with financial resources in no way comparable to those of the mega-clubs....BUT IT TOOK YEARS to ACHIEVE. Now Dalglish, knowing nothing about the players and the 'inside' view of the club, is EXPECTED to turn the tables AT ONCE........because he is King Kenny. The fans there have been granted what they wanted, forcefully. That was the whole of the matter. But it does not work like that, at least not with clubs like Wolves who just can't go out and splash 30-40 million on two players to bridge a gap and cover the manager's a**se. Wolves then must plan long-term, because they have to. And as far as I can see, that is the way it actually is. Mick is doing that, and to my mind he is the best manager at Molineux since Bill McGarry. And that will not change if Liverpool win today, or even if Bolton, Man U and Arsenal do so as well after that.
22/01/2011 07:21:00
Forget about Jarvis. With this defence Real Madrid would get relegated. Well done Mick in unearthing Hammil, but you fail to address the pile of ***** that plays behind him. In fairness, Ward (of all people) had a decent game, but Zubar was an absolute abortion, make no doubt we are: GOING DOWN WITH THIS DEFENCE.
22/01/2011 14:55:00
AdMant: I agree with you, as I will say in my report tomorrow morning. But, the forwards were no better. Even Doyle was poor. Fletcher was better than him.
22/01/2011 21:56:00
What I said about the hyenas........two here already........all the rest, please line up. No mention anywhere of a poor defence in the wins against Man.C and Chelsea...though the defence WAS poor in both games, both Wolves' opponemts missed glaring chances. If that is not clear, what I mean to say is that the performance of this team is not to be judged on the result of a couple of games, or of a handful, for that matter, either............but only after 38 games. The M's have made it clear on more than one occasion that thay will stick together to the very end.....supporting them is the fans' bit in helping Wolves stay up.
23/01/2011 17:52:00
What I think has happened a lot this year is we have performed well against the so called top teams and I feel this has clouded our judgement of the team somewhat,poorer teams do beat superior opposition sometimes,just look at the history of the F.A.cup!.As has been said above its after 38 games it matters and Merlin himself has said the same.I think we are at the moment still in with a chance of avoiding the drop as the other teams around us are doing just as badly.Without though, looking at stats,off the top of my head I would say that Wolves have the worst record against the say bottom half of the table teams,this I feel will ultimately decide our fate.We have a couple of tough games coming up but after that we have a fairly good 'run in' so it is in our hands as they say.To win 6 games of those left is still within reach but if we play against these teams as we did in the first half of the season then we will surely be joining the Fizzy pop league.I have said in another blog on here it was'nt the defence that lost us the game yesterday but the midfield,we were over run in the middle and to be really blunt I feel Henry has no place in a 4-4-2 system.With a five man midfield he's fine,'sweeping' as they say just in front of the back four but he is too negative in his play in a offensively set up midfield.My only critiscm is that things were'nt changed after say 20 mins as the writing was on the wall even then.UTW.
Crete Wolf
23/01/2011 18:40:00
Hyenas have relatively short torsos, and are fairly massive and wolf-like in build, but have lower hind quarters, high withers and their backs slope noticeably downward toward their croups. The forelegs are high, while the hind legs are very short and their necks are thick and short. Their skulls superficially resemble those of large canids, but are much larger and heavier, with shorter facial portions. Hyena's? Banksy, pass me the emulsion.
New York City Wolf
24/01/2011 06:51:00
Hyenas?more like Lions led by donkeys.
Crete Wolf
24/01/2011 08:58:00
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