Geoffrey Mujangi-Bia’s loan extended/Castillo going back

11 05 2010

Mujangi-Bia made his debut in the 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace.

Wolves have today revealed that Geoffrey Mujangi-Bia’s loan has been extended until the end of next season.

Mujangi-Bia has only made three appearances for Wolves since moving on loan from RSC Charleroi in January and his team mate Adlene Guedioura secured a permanent contract earlier this week.

I expected him to be released but we need extra wingers and this takes one of the places. Let’s hope he gets a good pre-season under his belt and can kick on next season

*Segundo Castillo won’t be returning to Molineux next season after returning to Red Star Belgrade.


Geoffrey Mujangi Bia starts at Portsmouth tomorrow

30 04 2010

Mujangi Bia is on loan from Belgian club Charleroi.


Mick McCarthy has confirmed that winger Geoffrey Mujangi Bia will start at Portsmouth tomorrow. 

The Belgian has made one start for Wolves since signing on loan in January but has been given a chance to impress and potentially earn a permanent contract with Wolves. 

Wolves will be without Stephen Ward, Matt Jarvis and Wayne Hennessey (back injury). 

*Stephen Ward has now had the operation on his knee according to his Facebook page.

Wolves reserves beat Stoke City to seal second win of the season

30 03 2010

Goals from Sam Vokes, Geoffrey Mujangi Bia and Andy Keogh gave Wolves a 3-1 win over Stoke City

Wolves sit bottom of the Reserve League.

in the Barclays Premier Reserve League.

First teamers Vokes, Mujangi Bia, Keogh, Milijas, Edwards and Surman all gained valuable minutes at AFC Telford‘s New Bucks Head to keep them fresh if needed for the final run in.

Vokes opened the scoring with a deflected effort on 38 before Mujangi Bia doubled Wolves’ lead with a 25 yard shot on 76.

Andy Keogh rounded off the scoring shortly afterwards after beating the Potters goalkeeper form close range.

Wolves: McCarey, Halford, Reckford, Edwards, Stearman, Dunleavy, Surman, Milijas, Vokes, Keogh, Bia Mujangi.

Subs: Mendez Laing, Winnall, Forde, Griffiths.

Parton, Cohen, Wint, Jackson, Davies, McDonald, Lund, Nicholls, Mitchell, Moult, Foster (Alexander 58).

Subs: Harrison, Hedley, Stockhall, Sinclair.

My verdict: About time the reserves won a game. We always play fairly strong teams and never seem to come away with results which is quite worrying. Hopefully this will mean Keogh and Edwards are much closer to a return to the starting XI.