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MICK McCarthy spent the entire summer looking like the cat who got the cream.
Not only was he paid to watch the greatest sporting spectacle on earth by the BBC, the Yorkshireman arrived in South Africa content in the knowledge that whilst others were dallying his own club had mastered the
Wolves finished there pre seaon with an impressive 2 – 1 win over the spanish side. So all the preparations are done and we move on to stoke at molineux next Saturday. Promises to be a great season lets hope for a good start.
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PHILOSOPHICAL Mick McCarthy admitted his team were deservedly beaten by Max Gradel-inspired Leeds. The Wolves boss conceded his side were led a merry dance by the Ivory Coast-born winger, who scored one goal and created another. The former Leicester man set the hosts on their way with a 25-yard first-halfRead More »
We are please to announce our travel details for the first away game of the premiership season to Everton. Goodison Park is our destination and we hope we get the result we were harshley denied last season when after a great all round performance and leading up to the finalRead More »
Check out what Mick has to say about wolves 2nd convincing victory of the pre-season.
Strikers are looking on form with Volkes and Blake finally hitting the back of the net with some fantastic finising!
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CHRISTOPHE Berra says he is living the dream in the Premier League – but you won’t find any success going to his head.
The 25-year-old Scottish international has enjoyed two fine seasons in helping Mick McCarthy’s men to promotion and their highest league placing in 30 years.
“Yes, I’m living the dream,”
Wolves started there pre season with a 3 – 0 win in ireland today. To see all the goals and an interview with mick Follow this link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gf_1iqRMTss
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New-boy Stephen Hunt was today backed to add a spark on and off the pitch at Wolves – by the player who knows him best.
New signing Hunt, who cost £3million following a summer transfer switch from Hull City, is not expected to return to contention until October because of a
Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Stephen Hunt, who suffered a foot injury in pre-season which has ruled him out of the early stages of the upcoming Premier League season is already eyeing a return date.
The Republic of Ireland international, who joined Wolves from Hull City back in June, will travel with Mick