I'm off the pop now. I've got an severely ulcerated oesophagus. The Perth trip was my final hurrah. Thirty pints and eight Maccas was a good send off.
I've had no tips for the tipping contest from anyone except Marcus. Does that mean there's no interest or are you waiting to see who we bring in? It's only a week on Saturday now. I think our spending is probably done now. It seems clear that we started the business on the last day of the season and it just took a few weeks for players come through. Then they came in a flurry. I'd expect us to use our loan abilities though to bring in a couple of good additions. I'm still hopeful we'll get Henry Mancini. Milijas is getting good reviews, which is pleasing me the most. Another defender, possibly someone that can play centrally and at left back will give us a decent chance in my view. 2009/8/3 <pcr...@contechengineering.com> > Very quiet because not much has been happening. > > > > Pretty indifferent spell of warm up games with no transfer activity has not > given us a great deal to discuss that wasn’t gone over in Perth. > > > > Nicky Butt, no thanks!! Too old and would probably cost too much in wages. > > > > Don’t know about this Rapid Vienna guy? Why buy him if Iwelumo is going to > be fit in a month or so? Anyone seen him play? > > > > I can make this Wednesday evening at the Pub, anyone else fancy going? > > > ------------------------------ > > *From:* email@example.com [mailto:nswol...@googlegroups.com] *On > Behalf Of *Morris, Lee SGT > *Sent:* Monday, 3 August 2009 3:27 PM > *To:* firstname.lastname@example.org > *Subject:* [NSWolves] Latest Rumour [sec=unclassified] > > > > Its been very quiet on here since the Perth trip; > > > > Normally the rumours on tribal football don't come of anything but this > appeared in the Daily Mail, a possible replacement for Iwelumo? Tribal > Football are also continuing to connect us with Nicky Butt. > > > *McCarthy has big ambition as Wolves boss targets 6ft 7in striker > Maierhofer * > > By Daily Mail > Reporter<http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=y&authornamef=Daily+Mail+Reporter>Last > updated at 2:12 AM on 03rd August 2009 > > Wolves are weighing up a bid for towering Rapid Vienna striker Stefan > Maierhofer. > > The 6ft 7in hit man, just as tall as Peter Crouch, has an impressive > scoring record for Rapid since joining the club on loan in January last > year. > > His seven goals in 11 games persuaded Rapid to give him a three-year deal > and also earned the 26-year-old a first call-up for Austria. > > Another 23 goals in 34 appearances last season brought him to the attention > of Wolves boss Mick McCarthy. > > > > > > > --~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~ Pig's pudding - it's a mon's dinner aer kid -~----------~----~----~----~------~----~------~--~---