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Loan Move On Cards?

Wolves manager Mick McCarthy may be eying a loan swoop for Aston Villa defender Gary Cahill.

The England U21 has also attracted the interest of Stoke City, and is high on Tony Pullis wanted list.

With Zat Knight and Curtis Davies now ahead of Cahill in the Villa pecking order, the youngster may be teempted to drop a level to gain valuable natch time, and with Wolves looking less than convincing in the centreback department of late, a move would seem to make sense.

But when fit, Wolves currently have 4 centrebacks in Darren Ward, Gary Breen, Neil Collins and Rob Edwards, with Jody Craddock on loan, although the shortcomings of what McCarthy has to call on have already been highlighted in the opening 6 games of the season that have seen Wanderers concede 7 times.

Cahill fits the bill of a McCarthy era player, and would bring smiles to the faces of many if he could be aquired.

Whether the same would apply to the players that the gaffer has already stated he has faith in is another matter.




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Writer: Stuart Smith Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 12 2007

Time: 12:52PM

Your Comments

would be a good one for you, would hate to see him go even on loan but fear he might have to. Cracking player.
The Fear
Can't we have him instead? I'm sure our need is greater!
mbncfc
Reminds me of a young John Terry. Quality defender. Tough, good in the air and very composed on the ball. I was surprised MON signed two centre backs, because I really think Cahill could go on and play for England. The Burnley fans still talk about the impact he had on them three seasons ago on loan. If MON decides to let him go out on loan it will be a massive boost for Wolves, and I know several of my mates who are Baggie fans will be jealous and absolutely gutted. WE WILL BE HAVING HIM BACK,THOUGH!
krfeskivilla
Go for it!
astraltrader
high praise krfeskivilla. A loan to us would make sense geographically., and if he's that good, he'd get games
Wolfie
 

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