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Glenn Hoddle's Options

Options is a word Glenn Hoddle likes to use a lot.

And the additions made to the squad last month have not only strengthened the team, but have also provided him with a number of different ones in each area.

In choosing his signings, he has also added players with great versatility making the team much better placed to deal with whatever the opposition can muster.

Tactically, Wolves now seem spoiled for choice. There is now enough genuine strength in depth to allow Hoddle to switch formations almost at will.

And the bench, an indicator of a sides true strength can now offer replacements to match anyone from the starting 11.

The weekends match with Leicester City will give fans the first chance to see Hoddle's new look side.

And it will give an indication of the teams real chance at attaining promotion.

Wolves cannot afford to relapse into complacency, and every game now becomes a must win.

But with the likes of Frankowski and Aliadiere to be unleashed on The Foxes there is every chance that the dream is still alive.




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Date:Wednesday February 1 2006

Time: 1:58PM

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These additions are all very well, but Wolves will continue to play attractive but ineffective football. Until someone can instill some passion and verve into the team we will decline as a footballing team as fast as the Club's infrastructure is decaying. Wholesale changes from the top down are required and until the likes of you, with a voice, choose to bring these matters to a fore we will continue to stagnate. Kowtowing to the upper echelons of this club is playing into their hands. They are destroying this club. Hayward (and all of his cronies) out!
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01/02/2006 14:13:00

they need to play a simple 4-4-2 and fight and not give teams any chance to settle..i know it's not attractive but it works.. they need a new chris marsden or keith downing. someone who can get stuck in and upset the midfield..forget attractive football we need all out go for the kill stuff.
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