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Olofin Stalling?

A report, albeit a short one, in that bastion of financial transparency The Daily Mirror suggests that Seyi George Olofinjana may be on the verge of quitting Wolves.

The substance of what is a wholly uncorroborated article is based on Olofinjana currently being in the last year of his contract, and having not yet signed a new one.

IF the story turns out to be true, it would be in stark contrast to the public statements made earlier this year by Olofinjana, when he clearly stated his desire to sign a new contract extension.

The piece states that Reading and 'Boro are amongst the teams tracking the situation, with an eye to a January deal.

Not withstanding the player will be at the African Nations Cup.

Or Mick McCarthy's public statement that he would rather the player walked for free at the end of his contract than cash in a paltry ammount in the next transfer window.

Tabloid gossip or truth? Time will tell, but if cornered, and at a push, if I had to choose between believing Mick McCarthy and Olofinjana, or The Pensioners Favourite, I know who I'd choose




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Writer: Stuart Smith Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 12 2007

Time: 9:20AM

Your Comments

The rumours started at the start of the season with Seyi missing the team photo , since then he has expressed his desire to extend his contract and to play for Wolves. Would sooner trust in MM and Seyi.
purplepault69
As far as i can tell, it's all guesswork. McCarthy has already said that if he has to let Seyi's contract run out, he will. He wants the player as opposed to a mill in the bank. Seyi is not a Camrat, and if he says he wants to stay, I believe him
Stuart Smith
I only hope that Seyi has been offered a new contract with a get out clause that would let him move to a Prem club if we dont get promotion this season - the same sort that Jo Lescott was offerd and signed...
astraltrader
Would be dissapointing for you If he left, when did you sign him?
StevieG Col U
 

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