Writer: Ben Nicholas
Date:Friday April 27 2012
With Jez Moxey stating previously that Wolves wouldn`t be 'forced` into selling any of their star players I thought I`d have a punt on who`s likely to be leaving Molineux this summer.
Keep in mind none of us really know the politics and finances of what`s going on inside of Molineux at the moment but let us know whether you agree or disagree in the comments below.
It`s fair to say Hunt has been a big disappointment since his switch from Hull in 2010.
Yes he scored the goal that kept Wolves up, which in itself will go down in local legend, but in truth he`s lacked fitness, looked a yard of the pace and hasn`t been able to produce the quality from set pieces of which he was known for.
So what will happen to one of Wolves` higher earner`s in the summer? He`s only managed 36 starts over two seasons, has only one year remaining on his contract and doesn`t seem to be enjoying life at the club.
"Sometimes at Wolves it's day-in, day-out and it can be difficult." He said to an Irish Television show recently.
'People go to work not getting on with their work-mates - you have your arguments, and that's the way it is."
He has recently began training again following his recent surgery on his hernia and could still be picked by Giovanni Trapattoni for the Euro`s, a potential golden opportunity to put himself back in the shop window for many clubs that may have forgotten about him.
Realistically though Hunt is likely to be a Wolves player next season with the club. At 30 and with the type of all energy performances starting to become too much he would perhaps find the championship a place for him to shine and re-discover some form again.
Got something you want to get off your chest? Well this site is perfect for you!
Vital Wolves is now evolving into a top Wolves site!
If you fancy getting involved on a more frequent, perhaps even daily basis, get in touch! We are always looking for people to help out and volunteer on Vital Wolves! Perhaps you are already a blogger, or a budding journalist, or even just someone who is very opinionated? Well, why not join our team and be a part of Vital Wolves history? We want to make this site a fun community for real football fans. So if this interests you please contact Vital Wolves by email.
and poke us on
just search for
Date:Friday April 27 2012
Molineux redevelopment remains on hold (Wednesday April 23 2014)
Better than 2009 for Ikeme (Tuesday April 22 2014)
Wolves target record points haul (Tuesday April 22 2014)
Champions of Division 1 (Tuesday April 22 2014)
Stats: Leyton Orient v Wolves (Monday April 21 2014)
Stats: Wolves v Rotherham (Friday April 18 2014)
Wolves standards will not slip (Thursday April 17 2014)
Leicester lead chase for Sako? (Wednesday April 16 2014)
Wolves would have gone bust (Tuesday April 15 2014)
Promotion achieved next stop Premier League (Monday April 14 2014)
|5. Leyton Orient||44||23||11||10||+36||80|
|Walsall Fan Speaks About Facing Legends
» Walsall : 23/04/2014 20:31:00
|Vital Swindon Awards 2013/14
» Swindon : 23/04/2014 20:02:00
|RUFC - Miller In Team Of The Week
» Rotherham : 23/04/2014 19:07:00
|RUFC - Douglas 'Why We've Put Tickets On Sale'
» Rotherham : 23/04/2014 18:37:00
|Boss Praises His Troops
» Crawley : 23/04/2014 18:01:00
|RUFC - Play-Off Ticket Information
» Rotherham : 23/04/2014 17:16:00
|Board Apologise For Mistakes This Season
» Shrewsbury : 23/04/2014 16:07:00