Date:Friday June 29 2007
Unfortunately, it looks as if Billy Sharp will today be unveiled as a Sheffield United player. The dream player seemed by many wolves fans, including myself, looks set to sign for Championship rivals, Sheffield United, the team who lost 3-0 to us at Cardiff =D.
If this is the case, and Sharp does decide to sign for United, maybe it is for the best. He has no experience at Championship level, and his signing would have gone against boss McCarthy`s plans of bringing in young hungry wolves for a reasonable price. No doubt about it, Sharp is young and hungry, and also bound to score 20+ this season, but he is definitely A LOT OF MONEY.
Are we still after Eastwood, or are we being priced out of him also?
Why not head our scouts to Nigeria and grab a 7ft powerhouse with speed and heading ability?
A player similar to Kanu really?
Whatever the outcome - any player who tries his hardest, gives every game his all, and shows his love for the club, is welcome in my Wolves team. Andy Keogh - a perfect example.
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