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Mujangi Bia & Jones leave Wolves

Mujangi Bia & Jones leave Wolves

Wolves fans have seen Geoffrey Mujangi Bia and David Jones for the last time.

(Well for the last time in a Wolves shirt at least.)

Geoffrey Mujangi Bia has had two loans spells at Molineux over the past two seasons, but has hardly featured.

He has now returned to Belgian First Division side RSC Charleroi with Wolves unlikely to continue any interest in the player.

26 year-old David Jones has also left Wolves following the end of his contract.

"Jones is a free agent. He turned his contract down," McCarthy told the Birmingham Mail.

He continued: "He is not signing with us. Good luck to him, whatever he does I hope he does it as well.

''Whoever gets him will be delighted with him.

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Writer:Akela
Date:Sunday May 29 2011
Time: 5:00PM

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I have mixed feelings about the departure of these two players. Jones started brightly with a great goal but did not progress, whether because he was incapable of raising his game or because his heart was no longer in it, I cannot say. Once it was clear that he wanted to leave I wanted him to go. Regarding Mujangi Bia, I am sorry to see him leave. With his pace, crossing ability and strength of shot, I thought he had real potential. Unfortunately, niggling injuries hampered him, limiting his appearances, preventing him from making a real impact and dropping him down the pecking order. If we did not have so many 'wingers', he would have stayed and arguably in time would have been seen as one of MM's more inspired acquisitions.
Southbank60
30/05/2011 10:49:00
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Jones is a Neat footballer who scored a few special goals for us but very lightweight , We hardly ever saw Geoffrey so cant say if its a good thing he left or not , We are covered in those areas so maybe not splashing a couple million on a player who obviously did not do enough to warrant a first team place is needed to be spent on defenders !! Good decisions on letting both go Wolves but thanks for your service to both lads and hope they do well in there futures !
ODDJOB79
30/05/2011 14:03:00
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Shame about Bia because from what little we saw, he seemed to have a lot of potential. They've had him all season though so if they have chosen against it they must have their reasons. Glad Jones has gone- he has been happy to sit out the best part of a season winding his contract down so that says everything about his character.
New York City Wolf
30/05/2011 18:44:00
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I agree with Oddjob that Jones occasionally shone but he was a lightweight and never performed consistently well. In the end he didn't bother. Although MM praised his professionalism, he was astute enough not to rely on him in the tense run-in at the end of the season. The irony about his stance is that he is likely to end up in a Championship team. It is a pity about Mujangi Bia but I suppose his fate was sealed when we bought Hammill (and all his niggling injuries: we can only afford the luxury of one long term sick note in the squad). I hope Mouyokolo overcomes his problems in time for a good work-out in the close season so that we can properly assess his ability. A partner at the back for RZ?
Southbank60
30/05/2011 21:23:00
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Mancienne gone too now , Having medical at Hamburg !!
ODDJOB79
31/05/2011 15:58:00
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And now Hannehman , So thats 4 off the wage bill and hopefully a few more to follow , Id have liked Hannehman though to be told there will be a coaching role available as he seems a really good guy to have around the place , Thanks for your efforts Marcus , A great pro and served Wolves well !
ODDJOB79
02/06/2011 13:29:00
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