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Stears & Henry sign new deals

Wolves captain Karl Henry and defender Richard Stearman have both signed new deals at Molineux.

In theory the deals should keep the pair with Wolves until 2014.

Henry who had two-and-a-half years to run on his previous contract has now signed a three-and-a-half year contract with the option for a further year.

Stearman has signed a two-and-a-half year extension to his current deal.

"We`re constantly keeping an eye on contract situations, and the players know if they perform, they`ll be rewarded.' Chief executive Jez Moxey told the Express & Star following the announcements.

He went on to add: "Karl and Richard perfectly fit the club ethos in terms of coming to Wolves at a young age but with potential to improve.

"Their work with the manager and coaching staff has seen them make that improvement."

Vital Wolves Comment: With Henry and Stearman signing longer deals, that now makes six new deals for players since the end of last season with Wayne Hennessey, Matt Jarvis, George Elokobi and David Edwards all signing extended deals.

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday January 26 2011

Time: 2:07PM

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OK, but what we really need are a couple defenders.
Ad Mant
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26/01/2011 14:26:00

Apparently Stearman is looking for an England call-up. :/
SmithyWolves
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26/01/2011 17:30:00

Hey, Ad Mant, we have just discovered a potential England central defender in our ranks! What more do you want?. I suspect, like me it's want a quality central defender and left back, ones who are not prone to stupid errors and lapses of concentration.
Southbank60
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26/01/2011 19:18:00

Why sign Henry for longer? Henry is so negative, Stats for this season: Games he has played 14 games (1 as sub) 2 wins 2 Draws 10 Lose Games he has not played 9 games 4 Wins 1 Draw 4 lose Career Stats: 324 games 9 goals Nuff Said!!!
castlecroft
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31/01/2011 17:50:00

 

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