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Stoke winger Pennant joins Wolves on emergency loan

October 15, 2012

Stoke City winger Jermaine Pennant has joined Championship side Wolves on a three-month emergency loan deal. Pennant has been a mainstay of the Potters team in recent years, but he has fallen down the pecking order at the Britannia Stadium and moved to the Midlands on a temporary deal.

The former-Arsenal and Liverpool winger has stated that he has no desire to leave the Potteries on a permanent deal and he has not fallen out with boss Tony Pulis, but he is moving to play regular first team football. Wolves are currently in good form in the second tier of the English game and are third in the Championship table.

However, Wolves are currently missing the attacking midfielders Slawomir Peszko, Razak Boukari and Stephen Hunt through injury. Pennant will offer Wolves another attacking option and he will hope to get some game time while he’s at Molineux.

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Maierhofer makes Wolves exit

August 24, 2011

Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Stefan Maierhofer has left Molineux to join Red Bull Salzburg in his native Austria. Maierhofer, who has transferred for a reported £1m fee, has put pen to paper a two year contract that may be extended by another year, thus potentially tying him to Salzburg till the summer of 2014.

Maierhofer joined Wolves from Rapid Vienna in 2009 but made only nine appearances for the club in an unhappy two season stint. He also had spells on loan at Duisburg and Bristol City during his tenure at Molineux.

The 29 year old forward has an impressive scoring record in Austria, netting 38 times in 60 appearances for Rapid between 2007 and 2009. He is also a regular with the Austrian national football team.

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Young Liverpool midfielder linked with Wolves loan switch

July 21, 2011

Wolverhampton Wanderers are planning to take highly rated Liverpool youngster Jay Spearing on loan next season. Spearing was a regular in the Liverpool midfield during the latter half of the 10/11 season in the absence of Steven Gerrard but the return of the skipper from injury, plus the signings of Jordan Henderson and Charlie Adam, may restrict his first team opportunities this season.

Spearing only recently signed a contract extension, thus showing that Liverpool do see a future for the diminutive midfielder at Anfield. Reds boss Kenny Dalglish will be keen to continue the youngster’s development and hence may agree to farm him out on loan.

Wolves boss Mick McCarthy wants to strengthen his midfield options and views Spearing as the right candidate to shore up things in the centre of the park.

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Jarvis happy to stay at Wolves

July 2, 2011

Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Matt Jarvis has said that he is happy to stay at Molineux despite rumours linking him to Aston Villa. Villa boss Alex McLeish has identified Jarvis as a possible replacement for Ashley Young, who left Villa Park for Old Trafford last month.

Jarvis was one of Wolves’ standout players last season as they narrowly managed to escape the drop and was named both the Clubs’ and Supporters Player of the Year for 2010/11. His form even attracted the eye of England boss Fabio Capello who gave him a senior cap in the recent friendly against Ghana at Wembley.

Jarvis has been with Wolves since June 2007 when he joined them from Gillingham and will enter his fifth season at Molineux in August.

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Wolves complete Hammill signing

January 20, 2011

Wolves have completed the signing of Barnsley winger Adam Hammill for a fee reported to be around £500,000. The 22-year old who began his career as a trainee with Liverpool signed a three and a half year deal with the Molineux club. Wolves pipped West Ham, Blackpool and Nottingham Forest for Hammill’s signature. He could make his Wolves debut against Liverpool on Saturday.

In his 60 appearances for Barnsley, Hammill has managed to net 12 goals. He has been their top performer this season with eight goals to his name.  As a Liverpool player, Hammill played on loan to Dunfermline, Blackpool and Southampton.

The signing of Hammill has cast fresh doubts over ht future of Matt Jarvis. Jarvis has been in scintillating form for Wolves this season and is coveted by the likes of Everton and Liverpool.  Jarvis is one of England’s rising stars is soon expected to break into the national side. Only time will tell if Hammill has been signed as Jarvis’ replacement or as his understudy.

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Wolves nearing Hunt capture

June 20, 2010

Wolves manager Mick Mccarthy is set to take his summer spending to over £17m with the signing of Hull City midfielder Stephen Hunt. A £3million deal has been agreed for the versatile Republic of Ireland international with Hull City. Hunt represented Hull City for just a solitary season after transferring from Reading. He made 27 appearances and scored 6 times including an opening day goal at Stamford Bridge. But a foot injury would rule him out for the start of the 2010-11 season.

Hunt would become McCarthy’s fourth signing of the close season after Jelle Van Damme, Steven Fletcher and Steven Mouyokolo.

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Wednesday announce Jones signing

June 12, 2010

Sheffield Wednesday have completed the signing of defender Daniel Jones on a free transfer. The 23 year old was without a club after having been released by Wolverhampton Wanderers and has signed a three year contract with the Owls.

Dudley born Jones is a product of the Wolves youth academy but never quite managed to break into the first team at Molineux. He had spells on loan at Northampton Town, Oldham Athletic, Notts County and Bristol Rovers while playing at Molineux.

Wednesday will be playing in League One for the 10/11 season following their relegation from the Championship.

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Official: Wolves sign Steven Fletcher

June 3, 2010

Wolves have splashed out £7.5million – a club record – to complete the signing of Burnley striker Steven Fletcher. The Scottish international impressed with his forward play even though Burnley were relegated from the top tier. He managed to score eight times in 35 appearances – a record which will only improve with better players to support him. The fee paid for Fletcher surpasses the £6.5 million they had paid for Kevin Doyle a season ago.

The 23-year old Fletcher has signed a four year contract at Molineaux with an option to extend it by another year. While playing for Hibernian, Fletcher had caught the fancy of scouts at Real Madrid and was mooted as the next big thing to come out of Scotland. But he ended up switching to Burnley instead.

In some more good news for Wolves fans, captain Jody Craddock put pen to paper on a new one-year deal. The former Sunderland player was quoted as saying – ” It’s brilliant to get the contract sorted and signed. It’s another year for me at Wolves, which is fantastic.”

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