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Guedioura marks return with a goal

Adlene Guedioura made his first appearance in six months for the reserves against Blackpool at Bloomfield Road.

Guedioura played the full 90 minutes and netted Wolves equaliser on the hour mark.

Blackpool had previously taken the league in the match after just 12 seconds after James Beattie lobbed the ball over keeper Adriano Basso.

Nathan Rooney scored the winner for Wolves with 15 minutes remaining.

Blackpool: Rachubka (Gilks 45), Coid, Sbai, Southern, Eardley, Basham, Philips, Martin, Beattie, Omerod (Clarke 62), Sylvestre.

Wolves: Basso, Whittall, Cranston (Parry 45), Guedioura, S. Griffiths, Ihkiewke, Mujangi Bia (Kempton 82), Rooney, McAlinden, L. Griiffiths, Hemmings.

Teams courtesy of Wolves Official Website.

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday March 31 2011

Time: 12:00PM

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I wrote at the time of his injury that I thought that Guedioura had been criminally under-used, and strangely so, given that he is certainly a shift putter inner. I also felt that the injury itself occurred as a result of his desire to make an appression in the few minutes available to him. Furthermore, I doubt that we would not still been in this mess had he been around to add 'bite' in midfield, both in attack and defence. Welcome back, Adlene!
Southbank60
Last sentence should read: Furthermore, I doubt whether we would still be in this mess ... (It's hard, when discussing the Wolves performance over the season as a whole, to avoid piling on the negatives)
Southbank60
Applauding 'shift putter inner'. As well as 'holder upper' you are presenting some blinders Mr. Banks-he was under used and I think having read Mick's words about having him been shows a case of the heart growing stronger etc. I just hope he has fully recovered because his imminent return seems very quick on the back of a reserve game, although a break is less complicated that ligaments and the extent of their true repair. Yes, today I am a doctor. Great news- be great if he is on the bench cos as I have said a good 3x now I think he can have a major say in the outcome of our season.
New York City Wolf
All of our returning players can have major impacts on our season.
Akela
 

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