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Wolves Poll Result

Wondeful Wolves asked who you'd like to see as Wolves new starting strike partnership.

A massive 53% voted for Andy Keogh and Freddie Eastwood, more than twice the number who opted for Eastwood and Jay Bothroyd, who collected 22% of the vote.

Eastwood and Matt Elliot picked up 6%, with a curious 5% of you opting for transfer listed Tomasz Frankowski and Jenal Johnson.

Who says Wolves fans don't have a sense of humour!

So that settles who you'd like to see starting, but who do you think will open Wolves account in the upcoming season, now only eight days away?

Thanks to purplepault69 for suggesting this weeks poll!




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Writer: Stuart Smith Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 2 2007

Time: 3:59PM

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Fred is still struggling to regain his match fitness having missed most of the summer so I fully expect Keogh and Elliot to start against Watford
patrick cothew
Eastwoods first start will be v Bradford in the Cup. Unless Jay has a blinder v Reading and an awesome week in training it will be Keogh and Elliot. Just as important is our central defensive pairing. I expect to see Ward and Breen start v Watford
WolfMan75
agreed, although I would prefer Ward and Collins in the middle. -----------------------murray --collins--------d. ward---------breen-----gray --kightly--------seyi---------potter-----s. ward ----------------keogh--------elliot subs: bothroyd, eastwood, hennessey, henry, and mulgrew I reckon
patrick cothew
ooops - that didn't work but I hope you get the idea
patrick cothew
Can I substitute Hennessey for Murray in the starting line-up please?
patrick cothew
Is Mat Elliot that bald defender who used to play for Leicester. NO WAY SHOULD HE PLAY UP FRONT. IN FACT, HE WORKS IN MY REstaurant
Dilshad Bilash
 

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