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New deals for Griffiths and co

Wolverhampton Wanderers have handed Leigh Griffiths a 12-month extension to remain at Molineux.

The 22-year-old striker has impressed many since his move to Hibernian in the Scottish Premier League.

He's won the PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year this season and has scored 28 goals in 42 appearances this season and still has two games to play including the Scottish FA Cup final against Celtic.

Griffiths was out-of-contract at Molinuex at the end of the season, however Wolves have had a one year option on the forward and former boss Dean Saunders had previously implied that he intended to take it.

Despite his sacking Griffiths contract was duly extended for a further 12-months alongside Danny Batth, George Elokobi, Dave Edwards and Aaron McCarey.

"Whilst we continue our search for a new Head Coach, one-year options on several players have been activated. This is normal practice in this situation.' Wolves head of football development and recruitment Kevin Thelwell told Wolves Official Website.

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday May 20 2013

Time: 11:01AM

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It's a pity he has no desire to play for us!!
astraltrader
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20/05/2013 15:42:00

makes you wonder why he signed for us in the first place. No more scots please, gone are the days of Rae and Cameron, our latest forays into the north have proved useless. Mulgrew anyone.
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21/05/2013 09:21:00

always difficult to know exactly what is going on, but there does seem to be enough momentum behind these reports to think there's some truth in them. If that is the case, then force Hibs to cough up or shut up. Looks like there will be no move to get rid of moxey, and therein lies the biggest problem of all ... how much of our fast dwindling income streams is he going to help himself to next season ... makes me sick.
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21/05/2013 10:30:00

 

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