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Reading & West Ham chase Kightly and Jarvis

Reading & West Ham chase Kightly and Jarvis

Wolverhampton Wanderers duo Michael Kightly and Matt Jarvis appear to be the two names hitting the headlines the most in the press today.

Both players have been linked to West Ham United and Reading, two clubs who have returned to the Premier League after winning promotion from the Championship.

Jarvis's potential list of suitors appears to be growing by the hour, at last count Southampton, Everton, Fulham, Newcastle, Sunderland, Tottenham, Stoke and now West Ham and Reading have all shown an interest.

One more team and we can officially say that half the Premier League are in the hunt for Jarvis, now surely if that was the case we could really get our estimated asking price of around £8million?

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Writer:Akela
Date:Thursday May 24 2012
Time: 11:02AM

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guess this is how its gonna be tilthe 12/13 season starts... im sure kightly pledged his allegiance to us a little while ago and would be very surprised (and disappointed) if he left. Though i seriously doubt any of our quys will want to go straight into another relegation dogfight...
AdMant
24/05/2012 11:31:00
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Good point, AdMant: is it better to be playing in a team pushing for promotion to the PL or in one that is struggling to stay there? I suspect that we failed to sign one or two players in the January window because they did not want to be involved in a relegation scrap. This is something that Kightly has to think about when considering the offers from WHU and Reading. Perhaps, Doyle can give him some advice. Moreover, Kightly owes WW, given that the club stood by him for so long and succeeded in putting him back on his feet. On the other hand, we did not do our best for Fletcher. After his injury he was in and out of the team and only became a regular when circumstances forced MM's hand.
Southbank60
24/05/2012 13:00:00
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I suppose we have to live with all the speculation, usually it's the E&S but now it seems everybody is at it, the club have said that "NO" players will be leaving until the new manager has had chance to assess them and if anybody does leave you can trust Jez to get the best possible deal for WWFC. Nice to see Hunty pledging his future to the club.
johnwolf
24/05/2012 15:31:00
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Can't see either of them going to Reading or west Ham. That would be a sideways move.
Rustmonkey
24/05/2012 17:35:00
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Dont understand why they would consider going to either team just to have an other dogfight on there hands to survive. I would still like to know how we only put a valuation of 8 mill on Jarvis considering how many players with only one foot have moved for twice the money.Read the papers and both Morgan and Moxey have said Fletcher and Jarvis are going nowhere unless there is stupip money being talked about. Both have three years remaining on there contracts so unless we get 15-20 mill each which seems to be the going rate they should not be aloud to leave simple as that.
kiawolves
24/05/2012 21:38:00
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Stopping unhappy players moving is not always the right move. they dont give their all and eventually the fans will turn. Maybe its best to take the money for the "elite" players that want to leave and move on. Hunty pledging his future...he was very poor last season.
gregory house
25/05/2012 08:12:00
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We need to keep our best players, sell the bad ones and replace them with quality. If we do this we will bounce straight back up. Unless a top 5 team come in with a respectable offer we'd be mad to sell. UTW!!
BIG TASTY
25/05/2012 11:18:00
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I was about to say the exact same thing gregory, i thought that both hunt and ohara were poor overall and if we could get some cash for them we should jump at the opp. hunt didnt look arsed half the time, and joh is so painfully slow that you would think he'd have to be a genius on the ball... but he is not. Surely we should be leaning towards the gedioura and hammil type of player - young, talented and eager, than aging also-rans trying to eek out a few more seasons.... we are WOLVES !
AdMant
25/05/2012 14:04:00
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Oh and before I get it in the ear... i am sure, and hoping that jody craddock gets another year as his experience and commitment are absolutely vital at the back...
AdMant
25/05/2012 14:18:00
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Stephen Hunt is not as stupid as he looks then, 'pledging himself' because I would not sign him for my Sunday pub team. Jamie will not play for the club again after what happened. I expect he will end up a some ***** London club like Fulham or West Ham and after the season he had I would not mind. Kevlin Henry, surely the manager will admire his ability to pass the ball backwards and sideways. He makes Batty look like a dynamo. Captain? He can ***** right off in my book. What is it now, 1 goal in 150 from midfield. Jody doubled that in a single game against Stoke. I have faith new bloke will see through the *****. With 38 DVD's in his house surely he has been crossing names left, right and.... hang on there was no left back to cross off. Hmm
New York City Wolf
26/05/2012 07:36:00
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