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Guedioura return on target

Wolves man Adlene Guedioura's rehabilitation looks to be on target.

Guedioura has now had his ankle surgery and has headed off to Qatar, not because it's the new play ground of the rich and famous, but because Doha is the base of the world class Aspetar orthopaedic and sports medicine hospital.

"Adlene has had his operation and he`s in Qatar having the first bit of his rehabilitation and then he will be back here.' McCarthy told the Express & Star.

He added: "I have spoken to him and had text messages from him and he`s feeling really optimistic about himself.

"He will be back when he`s fit, but he`s optimistic that he will be back by the six weeks stated at the time or sooner."

There has also been some good news for David Edwards and Sam Vokes.

The Wales internationals have both returned to training this week after long term injury absences.



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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 16 2011

Time: 11:59AM

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I have to say I think that he was a bit of a revelation last season. lets just hope that he can stay fit, and push hard for a place! Heres to his recovery!
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16/08/2011 12:07:00

I have to say I think that he was a bit of a revelation last season. lets just hope that he can stay fit, and push hard for a place! Heres to his recovery!
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16/08/2011 12:07:00

Totally agree!
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16/08/2011 12:49:00

Totally agree!
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16/08/2011 12:49:00

I like Adi.....very attacking minded and is always willing to have a pop at goal. The right attitude for our Team.
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16/08/2011 15:46:00

I like Adi.....very attacking minded and is always willing to have a pop at goal. The right attitude for our Team.
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