Date:Monday February 13 2006
Glenn Hoddle has returned to a familiar pastime. Checking the treatment room before naming his squad.
George Ndah, Jackie McNamara, Matt Murray and Seyi George Olofinjana are all some way off match fitness. And now there are concerns over more squad members.
Colin Cameron (groin), Gabor Gyepes (back) Mark Kennedy (hamstring) and Rob Edwards (groin) all have a question mark hanging over them.
Rob Edwards trained over the weekend, and is close to full fitness, but Hoddle is still sweating over the remaining three.
There is now no margin for error, and Hoddle must be hoping to field his strongest team against Burnley. Whether injuries will allow it is the question.
It may force a change of formation and tactics that many fans would welcome in light of recent performances.
Necessity is the mother of invention, and Wolves are certainly in need of that right now.
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