Loan Watch: The Hoff with a brace!

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Our latest player out on-loan is Andy Keogh, but he played only the last ten minutes when he replaced Bellamy for his new team Cardiff as they managed to end up victorious against still in administration team Pompey. But Keogh managed to make some impression in the Premier League aspiring team when he showed some [.

Wolves on list of interested to sign Aruna Dindane from Portsmouth

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Just when I and everybody else thought that the rumours of transfers were over, as the window has been closed, another one pops up. French club Lens are getting angry at Portsmouth for not getting any money for their striker Aruna Dindane. (read Paddy's presentation of Dindane earlier HERE) They demand a payment for him [.


Doyle ruled out tonight and so is Edwards

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Wolves striker Kevin Doyle is ruled out for tonights Republic of Ireland game against Argentina. His calf injury stops him from playing tonight and my guess is that we will not see him on Saturday for Wolves against Stoke in the opening Premier League game either. Doyle to the press in Ireland earlier: "I need [.

Loan Watch: Vokes injured and Mendez-Laing looks sharp

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As if it would not be enough with injuries! Wolves young striker Sam Vokes came on for his loan club Bristol City after 54 minutes. Bristol were aready then behind with two goals. Actually the first one from the newcomers in the Champioship, Londoners Millwall, came from the foot of former Wolves central defender Darren [.

Posh Nat Mendez-Laing causes problems for Portuguese side

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As last season I have the intention to follow both our young ones and Wolves Women this season aswell. If I will have the time, that is. I believe that I reported to you a long time ago that Doncaster Rovers signed George Friend and also that Daniel Jones ended up among the Owls. But [...]

Ricki Herbert: We Are Going Through The Wringer Too

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Former Wolves defender Ricki Herbert now New Zealand coach  and the leveller of giants in the World Cup will try to make his team shake the world once more this afternoon. After draws against Slovakia and Champions Italy it's time for the unbeaten All Whites to take on Paraguay, the current leader of [.

Marcus Hahnemann on the bench against England

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It's the former colony against England tonight in the World Cup with a contender from Wolves involved, but passively so. Marcus Hahnemann the current No 1 keeper of Wolves is in the USA team that will face England in the teams first match in the Cup. But there is no chance that Marcus [...]

Nenad Milijas – A Wolf From Serbia In The World Cup

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As you all probably know the World Cup starts tomorrow and Wolves have three lucky  stars who will play for their national teams in South Africa. Or will they? The lucky three are Nenad Milijas from Serbia, Marcus Hahnemann from United States and Adlène Guédioura from Algeria. Let us first take a look at Nenad [.

Portsmouth risks playing without six of their best against Wolves

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Wolves play Portsmouth in the last match of the season. The club in administration can face playing that game without six of their best players. The Administrator Andronikou has talked to the press about it and explains: "This all revolves around clauses in their current contracts which mean that the semi-final triggers a set number of games [.

Wolves in Charity Match against Crystal Palace

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Wolves yesterday played in a charity game against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. They knew that if they let Palace win the London club would benefit greatly and get about £500.000 in TV-rights and revenues in the nextcoming round of the Cup. Some of the Wolves supporters on the stands even took off their shirts to [.

Darren Ambrose – Danger-man of Crystal Palace

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Everybody seem to be warning Wolves against Victor Moses of Crystal Palace. It is very true that Moses is a very good player and the teenager can become a very good Premier League player one day. But Palace has a player in their ranks who have been there and done that. And he has scored [...]

News on former Wolves player Mark Davies (Bolton) injury

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The X-Ray conducted on Mark Davies ankle reveals that it is not fractured, according to reports from various sources this afternoon. This positive news probably means that the talented former Wolves midfielder will be back playing for Bolton in just a couple of weeks. Paddytheflea wishes Mark good luck for the rest of the season.

Kevin Davies on Mark Davies (injured): He was having a massive influence on the game

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Mark Davies Wolves born and bread starlet had a fantastic game against Arsenal for his club Bolton yesterday. But he was horribly cut down by Gallas when trying to defend. But play continued with Cesc Fabregas capitalising on the numerical superiority. Arsenal equalised and could go on to win the game.


Starting Eleven’s: Sweden v Scotland

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Steven Fletcher and Christopher Berra will both start for Scotland against Sweden tonight. They will go in clinch with a fully fledged and very forward strong Swedish team with ace striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic from FC Barcelona, Elmander of Bolton and former Aston Villa central defender Mellberg among others.

Watch Wolves player Gorman score against China!

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Young starlet Jonny Gorman played an excellent game for his Northern Ireland against China in the Milk Cup Elite  yesterday. The team won with 5-0 against the Chinese and Gorman scored the fourth by turning up in exactly the right time by the  far post and made the fifth by being fouled in the area.

Milijas and Serbia has a lot to prove

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It is now high time for the Serbian team to show that they are as everybody thought before the World Cup one of the teams that will go through to be one of the last 16 in the tournament. Their win against Germany was very impressive, but they must fight with teeth and [...]

Guédioura hopeful of place in Algeria starting lineup

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The Wolverhampton Wanderers Algerian International midfielder Adlène Guédioura talks to football 365 and says that he is hopeful of a place in the starting lineup today against USA. Algeria need to win in their last group game to go through. Not an easy task for sure. But the Algerians seem to be in good mood [.

Former Wolves player managed to draw against World Champions

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I hope you have watched the World Cup on telly or even on site when New Zealand managed to get a draw against the world champions of Italy. This was the biggest surprise until now in a World Cup that has given us a lot of surprises. And in the midst of it all [...]

Adlène’s Algeria can take the group lead

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After the draw between England and USA yesterday Algeria have a chance to take the lead in the group by beating Slovenia. Media are trying to bring as much attention as possible to the game by writing that there is 'tension' in the Slovenian squad and that the former captain of the Algerian team pondered [.

The Rest

Keane Report: Arrival at Celtic and match against Killie

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It was jubilation and an upset at Parkhead when Robbie arrived at Parkhead, Glasgow just before midnight on the last day of the January transfer window to sign for the legendary Scottish club Celtic. The word was out on the internet and in all news and sports media of Great Britain and Ireland and 3.

Stats Analysis: Strikers & Precision in shots at goal

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As everybody who follows Paddytheflea regularly knows I am a sucker for stats. I believe stats can say something about the game of football more objective than the statements of pundits and fans opinions. Partly because stats are free from sentiments and partly because stats are systematic in their nature and looks over long periods [.