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Wolves players begin to eye moves

Wolves players begin to eye moves

Well it was inevitable really, our fate has been all but sealed for the last few weeks and now the players are beginning to eye up moves away from Molinuex.

Unfortunately that's the reality of the modern day footballer, no matter who they are, they rarely want to stay and fight to get the club back into the Premier League, they'd rather make a quick buck with a hefty signing on fee with someone else in the Premier League.

Heroes to the kids they might be but the likes of Jamie O`Hara and Stephen Hunt have probably already played their last games for the club, while captain Roger Johnson, Wayne Hennessey, Matt Jarvis, Ronald Zubar, Nenad Milijas, Kevin Doyle and Steven Fletcher will probably join them in the summer.

That's the reality of the situation we are now in, but while we still do have a slim chance, it would be nice to hear the players at least fighting for our survival, instead, TC has had to ban them talking about leaving!

"They play for this football club for the next seven games. Anything else - don`t think about it," Connor told the Express & Star.

He continued: "They`re here to help Wolves stay up and then we`ll decide what they can do with their contracts."

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Writer:Akela
Date:Friday April 6 2012
Time: 10:27AM

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Akela i think your wrong when you say their lalready eyeing moves away most of them players are on long term contracts and it is up to the new manager.RJ and JOH have signed four and five year contracts WH AND kD also signed long term contracts Milijas was out of contract in the summer anyway.MJ still has three years onhis and SF still has two or three years on his Wolves have to put there foot down and back the new manager if he does not want them to leave. These are the players who will get us straight back up with a new manager and the right coaching staff get rid of the dead wood and we should be alright.
kiawolves
06/04/2012 15:20:00
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spot on kiawolves - this is tabloid chain rattling again, problem is some idiots believe it, oh by the way - just read the moon really is made of cheese!
johnwolf
06/04/2012 15:25:00
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You're right, Kiawolves, but, if they are considering a move (and that seems to have been on the mind of one or two of them recently), it will be difficult to hang onto them, whatever their contractual position. No manager wants half-hearted players as it causes dissention and bad-feeling, which spills over onto the pitch. Of course, JM and SM might want to cash in on our star players for their own purposes and they might therefore wish to move them on for a profit. Much depends upon the calibre of the manager we appoint at the end of the season. If it is a young manager, with charisma, a reputation and good forward-looking ideas, some of the players may want to play for him and stay on. That rules TC then. Johnwolf might be right that it is merely 'tabloid chain rattling' but we all know of examples of player-power and the unloading of dissatisfied, go-slow stars merely to dismiss the report as mere kite-flying.
Southbank60
06/04/2012 16:41:00
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Paul Ince has officially thrown his hat in the arena. I like the things he was saying too. Would be worth a go but whichever manager we get we need to get JohnWolf in as director of football.
Rustmonkey
06/04/2012 20:04:00
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I've never heard johnwolf give a single, solitary opinion on football. Not once has he offered his opinion on team performances, or why he thinks we're heading for The Championship. It's not what he does.
winstonsmith84
06/04/2012 20:53:00
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... although he does think Wolves are a 'top club', so he's deluded and arrogant (that word again) enough to fit right in at The Mol. He can tell SM why it is we need a 50,000 seater ground.
winstonsmith84
06/04/2012 20:56:00
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Make the perfect Director of Football for JM & SM then :)
Rustmonkey
06/04/2012 21:09:00
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With JW sat next to SM & JM we could be in a 60k seater and playing Champions League football within 3 seasons. Roger Johnson would have the OLs Steve Bull renamed after him because he'd be a legend by then and MM would be reinstated as manager and giving Sir Alex and Mancini a run for their money.
Rustmonkey
06/04/2012 21:13:00
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I'm not impressed with Ince: he's already failed at Blackburn and did not do very in division 1 with Notts. County. At least, MM got us out of the Championship.
Southbank60
06/04/2012 22:31:00
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I'm sure Ince isn't the person for us now, nor as someone to get us promoted. The stand out candidate is, like it or not, Steve Bruce, in my opinion. I don't believe Mick was sacked because of SM bowing to public pressure; I think he eventually sacked a manager he didn't rate and whom had survived as long as he had because of the support he received from JM. At the time I was convinced that Bruce wasn't offered the job because of his low approval rating amongst fans, though. Or put another way, I don't think MM was given das boot to appease the mob but I believe SB (not you Southbank60) wasn't offered the job so as not to antagonise them further.However,that was before they made the mind-numbing decision to promote TC;then it seemed that they'd settled on relegation for this season. Saves paying TC et al compensation when the new dude brought his own people in(anybody worth offering the post to would surely stipulate that they bring in their own coaches as a minimum requirement to accepting the post). I reckon Bruce would get us promoted within 3 years; I don't think whoever gets the job will have anything like the same squad to work with come the start of next season, so talk of an immediate return may well be optimistic. If Bruce, Ince,Mick or Southbank60 were given our present squad to get us up with, then that would be a different matter entirely.
winstonsmith84
07/04/2012 00:01:00
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