Andrew Surman linked with move away from Molineux

18 05 2010

Surman has made only seven appearances this season.

Wolves midfielder Andrew Surman has today been linked with a return to former club Southampton.

The Daily Mail is reporting that Saints boss Alan Pardew wishes to bring Surman back to the club that sold the England under21 star to Wolves last summer.

I don’t think it would be a bad move. He’s acted as a squad player for Wolves this season and I think we need to improve our team with better quality players than Surs.  

Here’s the story in full.

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Wolves news in short

8 04 2010

According to the Daily Mail, Wolves are once again interested in taking Adam Lallana from Southampton during the summer. The England U21 international has scored 18 goals this season.

Stefan Maierhofer is to return to Wolves after Bristol City’s game vs. Swansea on Saturday. The Hoff made three appearances for the Robins!

Chief Executive Jez Moxey will feature on BBC Radio WM tonight between 7pm-8pm. 95.6FM.

Tickets are still available for both this weekend’s game against Stoke City and next week’s away trip to Fulham. Tickets at Craven Cottage are available in the club’s neutral section that is located next to the away section

Wolves’ players strutted their stuff on the catwalk in the Hayward suite at Molineux last night. Click here and here for galleries of the event that was hosted by avid Wolves fan and BBC broadcaster Jacqui Oatley.





Forest target Surman loan signing

11 03 2010

  

Forest are third in the Championship following their promotion from League 1 two years ago.

Nottingham Forest have identified Wolves midfielder Andrew Surman as a potential loan signing to aid them in their bid for promotion to the Premier League. 

Express and Star sources reckon that Forest gaffer Billy Davies is a long term admirer of 22-year-old Surman and the Scot is looking to reinforce his squad following the injury to captain Paul McKenna.Wolves bought Surman for an undisclosed fee believed to be around £1.2million last summer but has made only three starts thus far this season.Nothing seems iminent though as Surman was pictured training with his team mates at Compton today.

My Verdict: Mick McCarthy would be foolish to let Surman go at this stage in the season. What if we picked up a couple of injuries or suspensions ourselves and it left us short? Hold on to him Mick.