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Ex Wolf Retires

Ex Wolf Retires

Ex-Wolves player Jamie Smith has been forced to retire due to injury. The MK Dons defender has been advised after seeing a specialist. Jamie had an operation at the end of last season but that has failed to clear up the problem.

Jamie, aged just 32, played 20 times for the Dons last season and was there vice captain.

The right back came through the ranks at Wolves and made 77 league appearance for the club and scored against Palace in a Play Off Semi Final. He moved on to Crystal Palace in 97, during his time there he spent a loan period at Fulham. In 2004 he joined Bristol City, then had a loan spell at Brentford before joining MK Dons in 2006.

Jamie told the Dons official site 'The plan now is to spend some time with my family while I try and get my head round it. I'll take stock then decide what I want to do next'

All the best for the future Jamie.



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Writer:Stuart H
Date:Wednesday July 18 2007
Time: 3:04PM

Comments

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Always sad when injury ends a players career early. Hope you are a success in whatever you do Jamie.
WolfMan75
18/07/2007 16:45:00
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i can remember watching jamie when he first came into the first team.... good luck in life jamie.
RugeleyWolf
19/07/2007 09:12:00
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It is a shame to see someone forced to quit the game, although with someone who played the way Jamie did you almost expect it to end that way. He didn’t care who he was tackling, big or small, he always went in with 100% commitment and that’s what made him a favourite at the Molineux. Good luck Jamie.
The Petton Wolf
19/07/2007 16:20:00
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