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    Ex-Wolf Watch

    For reasons best known to....no-one, the thread disappeared from the forum completely a couple of weeks ago.

    So, here we go:

    Jack Ruddy: Ross County
    Donovan Wilson: Burgos
    Ryan Leak: Burgos
    Sherwin Seedorf: Motherwell
    Helder Costa: Leeds
    Pedro Goncalves: FC Famalicao
    Joao Dias: FC Famalicao
    Alexander Molberg: Dalum IF
    Kortney Hause: Aston Villa
    Michal Zyro: Korona Kielce
    Aaron Hayden: Carlisle
    Ben Goodliffe: Sutton
    Diego Lattie: Droylsden
    Enzo Sauvage: Athlético Marseille
    Carlos Heredia: Miedz Legnica
    Ethan Ebanks-Landell: Shrewsbury
    Kevin Berkoe: Oxford
    Aaron Simpson: Waterford
    Harry Beasley: Unattached
    Joe Mason: MK Dons
    Dominic Iorfa: Sheff Wed
    Ben Stevenson: Colchester
    Aaron Collins: Forest Green
    Danny Batth: Stoke
    Paul Gladon: Willem II
    Andrew Sealey-Harris: Farnborough
    Dan McKenna: Shelbourne
    Will Randall: Sutton
    Barry Douglas: Leeds
    Prince Oniangué: Caen
    Alfred N'Diaye: Al-Shabab
    Ben Marshall: Unattached
    Duckens Nazon: Sint-Truidense
    Benik Afobe: Bristol City (on loan from Stoke)
    Jordan Allan: Cowdenbeath
    Dan Armstrong: Raith
    Rory Brown: Coleraine
    Anthony Breslin: Longford Town
    Nicu Carnat: Sepsi OSK
    Ross Finnie: Unattached
    Jon Flatt: Rushall Olympic
    Conor Levingston: Bohemians
    Tomas Nogueira: Boavista
    Hakeem Odoffin: Livingston
    Adam Osbourne: Worcester
    Ryan Rainey: Bonagee Utd
    Jose Xavier: Braga
    Lee Evans: Wigan
    Jack Price: Colorado Rapids
    Nouha Dicko: Vitesse (on loan from Hull)
    Andy Lonergan: Liverpool
    Dave Edwards: Shrewsbury
    Jon Dadi Bodvarsson: Millwall
    Silvio: Vitoria Setubal
    George Saville: Middlesbrough
    Jed Wallace: Millwall
    Mike Williamson: Gateshead (Player/Manager)
    Richard Stearman: Sheff Utd
    James Henry: Oxford
    Andreas Weimann: Bristol City
    Bradley Reid: Unattached
    Regan Upton: Tamworth
    Joe Delacoe: Shawbury Utd
    Ben O'Hanlon: Hednesford
    Cameron Borthwick-Jackson: Tranmere (on loan from Man Utd)
    Joao Teixeira: Chaves
    Connor Hunte: Dulwich Hamlet
    Ola John: Vitoria Guimaraes
    Nathan Byrne: Wigan
    Kevin McDonald: Fulham
    Björn Bergmann Sigurdarson: FC Rostov
    Emiliano Martinez: Arsenal
    Adam Le Fondre: Sydney FC

    Tommy Rowe: Bristol City
    Liam McAlinden: Halifax
    Zeli Ismail: Bradford
    Razak Boukari: Chateauroux
    Aaron McCarey: Dundalk
    Eusebio Bancessi: Dunav
    Jim Kellerman: St Mirren
    Ashley Carter: Alvechurch
    Declan Weeks: Kidderminster
    Rajiv van La Parra: Red Star Belgrade
    Scott Golbourne: Shrewsbury
    Mekhi Leacock-McLeod: Coggeshall
    Sheyi Ojo: Rangers (on loan from Liverpool)

    Bakary Sako: Pafos
    Georg Margreitter: Nürnberg
    Michael Jacobs: Wigan
    Tomasz Kuszczak: Unattached
    Leon Clarke: Sheff Utd
    Jake Cassidy: Maidenhead
    Albert Torras: SD Ejea
    Jordi Ortega: Melilla
    Carlo Erdei: Miercurea Ciuc
    Ibrahim Keita: Olympia Radotin
    Roger Johnson: Unattached
    Danny Graham: Blackburn
    Yannick Sagbo: Umm Salal
    Tongo Doumbia: Al-Ain
    Jamie O'Hara: Billericay
    Stephen Ward: Stoke
    Anthony Forde: Oxford
    David Davis: Birmingham
    George Elokobi: Maidstone
    Jamie Reckord: Solihull Moors
    Michael Ihiekwe: Rotherham
    Robbie Parry: Bangor City
    Jamie Tank: Rushden & Diamonds
    Sam Whittall: Rushall Olympic
    Kristian Kostrna: Dunajska Strada
    David Moli: Unattached
    Jordan Cranston: Morecambe
    Wayne Hennessey: Crystal Palace
    Leigh Griffiths: Celtic
    Eggert Jonsson: SonderjyskE
    Adam Hammill: Stockport (on loan from Southend)
    Sylvan Ebanks-Blake: Unattached
    Christophe Berra: Hearts
    Johnny Gorman: Frome Town
    Sam Winnall: Sheff Wed
    Dominic Dell: Sutton Coldfield
    Aljaz Cotman: Maribor
    Jack Robinson: Nottingham Forest
    Slawomir Peszko: Lechia Gdansk
    Frank Nouble: Colchester
    Steven Fletcher: Sheff Wed
    Matt Jarvis: Unattached
    Sam Vokes: Stoke
    Adlene Guedioura: Al-Gharafa
    Nathaniel Mendez-Laing: Cardiff
    Ashley Hemmings: AFC Fylde
    Sebastien Bassong: Volos
    Andy Keogh: Al-Qadsiah
    Scott Malone: Derby
    Stefan Maierhofer: Aarau
    David Jones: Unattached
    Michael Mancienne: New England Revolution
    Geoffrey Mujangi Bia: Maccabi Petah Tikva
    Johnny Dunleavy: Sligo Rovers
    Matt Hill: Stafford
    Greg Halford: Unattached
    Jelle Van Damme: Royal Antwerp
    Andrew Surman: Bournemouth
    Daniel Jones: Cambridge
    Mark Little: Bristol Rovers
    George Friend: Middlesbrough
    Segundo Castillo: Guayaquil City
    Kyle Bennett: Bristol Rovers
    Elliott Bennett: Blackburn
    Jason Shackell: Lincoln
    Mark Connolly: Dundee Utd
    Kyel Reid: Sutton
    Stephen Gleeson: Aberdeen
    Carlos Edwards: Woodbridge Town
    Darren Potter: Tranmere
    David Ijaha: Dulwich Hamlet
    Lee Collins: Yeovil
    Charlie Mulgrew: Wigan (on loan from Blackburn)
    Darron Gibson: Unattached
    Jemal Johnson: Fresno
    Martin Riley: Hereford
    Jay Bothroyd: Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo
    Craig Davies: Mansfield
    Keith Lowe: Bradford Park Avenue
    David Wheater: Oldham
    Guilherme Finkler: Sudava
    Gabor Gyepes: Biatorbagyi SE
    Kenny Miller: Partick Thistle
    Sammy Clingan: Glenavon
    Tom Huddlestone: Derby
    Paul Harrison: TNS
    Gary Mulligan: Corby Town
    Matthew Barnes-Homer: Telford
    Adam Federici: Stoke
    Mark Danks: Stourport
    Colin Larkin: Sunderland RCA
    Stephen Bywater: Burton
    Ryan Green: Hereford
    Kris Taylor: Walsall Wood
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    Mujangi Bia was a sub for Standard Liege yesterday in their Europa League qualifier against Helsingborg.

    He got in on the action in the 71 minute..if memory serves..and was fairly uneventful.

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    I thought Rooney has signed for Telford or did that fall through

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    I was looking for this thread the other day and couldn't find it...I think its Kenny's fault, he must have deleted it when he deleted himself!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    I thought Rooney has signed for Telford or did that fall through
    I was not aware of that. Thank you sir.

    I didn't have a back-up as it turns out so I had to do it all again. Took out a load of the retired ones, no point them being in there now.

    Somehow Dominic Foley is still playing in the Belgian top flight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWolf View Post
    I was looking for this thread the other day and couldn't find it...I think its Kenny's fault, he must have deleted it when he deleted himself!

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    Thanks for reviving the thread. It's always interesting to know what happened to our ex-players.

    The list is great; would it be possible to split it into two - real Wolves players and loanees?

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    Quote Originally Posted by From Distant Shores View Post
    The list is great; would it be possible to split it into two - real Wolves players and loanees?
    I'll italicise the loanees.
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    Thanks.

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    Actually it appears that Jackie Mac may now have retired and is just manager at Partick these days.

    Colin Cameron is player/manager at Cowdenbeath.
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    Mark Connolly at Bolton, or aren't we doing academy players?

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    Might as well stick him in.
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    Excellent list that DW, interesting reading down through it.

    You've put a lot of work into that.
    Fair play to you.
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    Leon Clarke has had his contract at QPR cancelled "by mutual consent" , never mind Leon, back down the divisions
    Wolves have ambition and wit... why is it such a crime?

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    Quote Originally Posted by darlowolf64 View Post
    Leon Clarke has had his contract at QPR cancelled "by mutual consent" , never mind Leon, back down the divisions
    It gives me great pleasure to update that one.

    I may see you on Sunday mate, I have a ticket for the game but not sure the budget allows for a visit to the pub as well.
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    Like i said 2 weeks ago, i'll gladly supply you with a pint or two...i know you're good for it. Oh and poor Leon
    Wolves have ambition and wit... why is it such a crime?

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    Good man, I appreciate it. I'll aim for midday, normal spot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darlowolf64 View Post
    Leon Clarke has had his contract at QPR cancelled "by mutual consent" , never mind Leon, back down the divisions
    He is now officially League Two Leon as he has joined Swindon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    He is now officially League Two Leon as he has joined Swindon.
    Excellent. Found his level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry's Tackle View Post
    Excellent. Found his level.
    Nope. He struggled when playing 7 aside at Aldersley. Still some way to go before his finds his level

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    Saw Leon score two goals against Wednesday back in 06,if memory serves.

    Once boy wonder Nardiello is at Exeter,but perhaps he isn´t qualified for this thread.

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    Jermaine Easter scores his second in two games for Palace.

    Thanks Nero, will add Nardiello.
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    We only had him on loan but I recently learnt that David Connolly is at Southampton after he scored against me on Fifa which was just embarrassing. I believe he scored pretty much all his goals for us in 1 game? Not sure if he's list worthy but I'd completely forgotten about him so was a surprise to see him still playing.

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    Ah yes, I'll add him on.

    Scored six for us. McGhee signed him but he never scored under him - he got his first goals for us in Colin Lee's first game as caretaker at Bristol City. He got four and we won 6-1. He scored at home to Sheff Utd in the following game but then only scored one more, away at Barnsley in a 3-2 win in March, when Dean Richards scored a late winner from the edge of the box.

    The issue with him was that you really couldn't play him AND Keane, and there was only ever going to be one winner there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    The issue with him was that you really couldn't play him AND Keane, and there was only ever going to be one winner there.
    Yes, Steve Claridge.

    McGhee was a pillock.



    Yes, I know their times didn't overlap, but the point remains...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    He got four and we won 6-1.
    Has anyone scored 4 in a game for us since?.

    The issue with him was that you really couldn't play him AND Keane, and there was only ever going to be one winner there.
    Only ever been one winner there for the Ireland set-up too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psychowolf View Post
    Has anyone scored 4 in a game for us since?.
    No.

    Hat-tricks since then:

    Ade Akinbiyi, Grimsby (H), Nov 1998
    Adam Proudlock, Bradford (A), Sep 2001
    Dean Sturridge, Barnsley (H), Nov 2001
    Nathan Blake, Gillingham (A), Oct 2002
    Kenny Miller, Crystal Palace (H), Mar 2003
    Carl Cort, QPR (H), Aug 2005
    Chris Iwelumo, Preston (A), Sep 2008
    Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Norwich (H), Feb 2009
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    Missed this at the time; Neil Emblen managed (as player/manager) Waitakere United to the New Zealand league title last season.
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