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Squad for Ireland

Wolves have departed for their 2 game tour of the Republic of Ireland and 22 players have made the trip. Missing out are Lewis Gobern and Mark Davies who are suffering from injuries. Gobern damaged his ankle at Grays on Saturday but it is not thought to be serious. Davies is still suffering pain in his knee and is set to have a scan to discover the problem.
Also left behind are the transfer listed quartet of Rosa, Clapham, Johnson and Frankowski.
O'Connor is also missing but no reason has been given by the club.

Youngster Lee Collins has been given the chance to impress and secure a place in the defence and looks likely to back up Charlie Mulgrew for the left back spot. Matt Murray makes his return from injury but Josh Mimms is in the squad to cover should Matt suffer any set backs.

On Wednesday Wolves will take on Bray Wanderers and on Sunday it is a game v Bohemians FC

The Squad in full

Matt Murray
Wayne Hennessey
Josh Mimms
Rob Edwards
Mark Little
Gary Breen
Jody Craddock
Darren Ward
Neill Collins
Lee Collins
Charlie Mulgrew
Michael Kightly
Karl Henry
Darren Potter
Seyi Olofinjana
Stephen Gleeson
Matt Jarvis
Daniel Jones
Jay Bothroyd
Stephen Ward
Andy keogh
Freddie Eastwood




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Writer: Stuart H Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 17 2007

Time: 2:26PM

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Stuart Smith
If you take Breen and Craddock out it must be the youngest squad in the Championship. This seems to be the squad we’ve been waiting for for a long time and with Chris Evans telling us about the plethora of talent in the academy things are looking rosy for Wolves supporters.
The Petton Wolf
 

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