25 February, 2011

Former Cork star Doyle fit to face Blackpool in massive boost to Wolves: Good news for the English club with most Irish players:

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YOU LITTLE BEAUTY: Former Cork star Doyle fit for Wolves
It's reaching the business end of the season and Wolves are sadly still deep in relegation trouble. We've reached the stage of the season, where you need to be moving up the table and away from relegation. Wolves have played better this season than last, but very often have not been rewarded however.
A win for Wolves tomorrow over Blackpool would get Mick's Molineux Men out of the relegation zone at a pivotal stage of the season.

"This is a must win game,"
 - Wolves main man:  Mick McCarthy

Star striker (and former Cork City player) Kevin Doyle has been declared fit to face Blackpool tomorrow, for what looks like being a pivotal clash come season's end.
The Republic of Ireland international suffered a painful blow to the hips during the 1-1 derby draw with West Brom in a clash with Jesper Olsson last weekend.
Midfielder (and fellow Ireland international) Stephen Hunt is sidelined with a calf injury.
Wolves' main man: Mick McCarthy has no fresh injury worries though ahead of what he has described as a "must win" game.

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