Date:Tuesday July 24 2012
You do not need to be a genius to work out who amongst the current Wolves squad most fans would like to see the back of first.
Following a teams relegation from the Premier League its expected to see players leave, chasing the money elsewhere and returning to the Premier League.
We expect the likes of Steven Fletcher and Matt Jarvis to have moved on before the start of the season, but many would also have liked to have seen Roger Johnson moved on as well.
However it would seem that the controversial defender has actually won over new gaffer Ståle Solbakken.
"Roger has a revenge mission to perform from last season, I`ve told him that he can have a fresh start if he can handle the situation both on and off the pitch. From what I`ve seen so far, he`s trained well and is very fit and is mentally in a good place.' Salbakken said to the Express & Star.
He continued: "It`s up to him to bury things that happened or may have happened last year. The situation with the fans is also a little bit up to Roger.
"I don`t know so much about what happened last year, but if there has been a strained relationship with the fans, I think that can be solved if he shows 100 per cent commitment on and off the pitch."
Vital Wolves Comment: I seriously doubt that Solbakken knows little about what happened last season with Johnson.
When a manager brings a new player to a team he will do a background check on him to make sure he is not a disruptive influence.
You would hope with all the players being new to Solbakken that he would do his homework on all of them, if that's the case he must be confident that whatever damage was done amongst team morale last season can be fixed.
Johnson's relationship with the fans is another matter entirely.
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Date:Tuesday July 24 2012
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