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Get well soon Toby

Everyone at Vital Wolves would like to join the whole Wolverhampton Wanderers community in wishing Jody Craddock's son Toby well after he was diagnosed with leukaemia.

Wolverhampton Wanderers confirmed the sad news that the two-and-a-half-year-old is suffering from acute lymphoblastic leukaemia and has started treatment at Birmingham Children's Hospital.

'Everyone connected with the club will be devastated to hear the news about Toby.

'They will want to offer all their love and support to Jody, his wife Shelley and all their three boys.' Wolves manager Terry Connor said.

Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey added: 'On behalf of Steve Morgan, the board and everyone at the football club, we would like to echo Terry's words. We will be there to support Jody and his family every step of the way.'




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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 5 2012

Time: 10:00AM

Your Comments

Having being in this position with a member of my immediate family all I can say is, we're praying for you Toby.
Rustmonkey
All the best to the little lad. Every Wolf across the globe wants the nipper to get through this. All the best lad.
New York City Wolf
“Although we didn’t do achieve our objective, things have improved in terms of players’ performances,” said Connor. “They’re much more like what Wolves should be producing and some of the players individually have shone. “If there were another few games left, we’d be thinking we could get these points. It’s almost like we’ve re-established what Wolves are about in what we’re trying to do. “Everything in terms of their performances as individuals has improved. Maybe players have more confidence, and belief has grown as the performances have got better and better.” He added: “It’s important we’re finishing the season with people feeling positive about the club and what we could achieve next season, in terms of keeping the nucleus of the group together.” * Wolves players plan to wear ‘get well Toby’ T-shirts during tomorrow’s warm-up in recognition of defender Jody Craddock’s son Toby, who is suffering from leukaemia. The **** doesnt say one ******** word for the kid
New York City Wolf
As in the "manager". ***** off Connor. Clueless *****ing ****
New York City Wolf
 

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