Out on-loan central defender Danny Batth has been called back from Sheffield United to be in
contention for a spot in the team against Liverpool tonight. I wrote in my probable team lineups
article last night that Mccarthy had no options for the right side central defender other than the
mistake laden Stearman.
Wolves has recalled out on-loan defenders Danny Batth and Scott Malone. As I wrote yesterday
Southend are relegated and the U's have no chance for the play-offs, so it is a natural decision
from the management. With Stephen Ward under the knife it may be even wiser to have Malone on the
bench if something [.
Ouch! I'm late again with my loan report. I'm aw-flea sorry! George Friend was on the green for his
Exeter already on Monday night. According to the ratings he didn't do one of his best matches for
the team, but the team did a very good job against one of the best in League One [...]
Wolves have two players out on-loan to Queens Park Rangers right now. Defender Matt Hill and
goalkeeper Carl Ikeme are earning their living in London nowadays and today they played on Loftus
Road against Scunthorphe. Carl Ikeme prolonged his visit to QPR the other day. He will stay until
the 6th of April at least.
Paddytheflea continues to watch Wolves players out on-loan. Two of them have played this weekend.
Scott Malone was very active in the Southend game at home against Wycombe Wanderers. As usual he
took all the free kicks for the team and also the corners. But the Shrimpers did only manage to get
a draw in the [.
Some of our players out on-loan have been coming back to the mother club during the holidays.
Vokes, Daniel Jones and Little are back. Some has been sold. Darren Ward to Millwall and Neill
Collins to Preston. But a couple have been in action during this weekend. Carl Ikeme in his third
on-loan club this [.
A goal from Danny Batth two minutes into stoppage time at the end of Saturday afternoon's match at Molineux between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Leeds United was enough to rescue a critical point for the home side, one which kept them out of the relegation places, above Barnsley on goal difference alone.