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July 11, 2019

Edwards warns more Wolves U23s set to leave on loan

Rob Edwards admits there will be a high turnover of players in Wolves Under-23s with ‘a lot’ set to go out on loan this season. Numerous prospects look set to follow left-sided Ryan Giles, who has joined Shrewsbury Town on a season-long loan. New signings Rafael Nya, Hong Wan and Tsun Dai have been welcomed to the squad and are expected to stay with Wolves all season, but Pedro Goncalves and Joao Dias have joined Portuguese side Famalicao and others will gain experience with temporary stays elsewhere. “There are going to be a lot of changes to our group over…

Crusaders take the advantage in battle to face Wolves in Europe

Crusaders look favourites to become Wolves’ first opponents in European competition for 39 years after beating B36 Torshavn 2-0 in the first leg. The Northern Irish outfit will take a two-goal advantage from Seaview to the Faroe Islands, where the Europa League first qualifying round two-legged tie will be completed next Thursday. Chris Hegarty (33) and Philip Lowry (79) scored for the Crues, after team-mate Jordan Owens’s second-minute penalty was saved by B36goalkeeper Hans Jorgensen. Hegarty headed home Billy Joe Burns’ cross and Lowry completed the scoring with a cool finish 11 minutes from time. B36 had their moments, notably…

Laurie’s message to Wolves fans, Nuno and the team

Departed Wolves managing director Laurie Dalrymple has responded to the announcement of his shock exit by thanking supporters and wishing the team all the best. Dalrymple took to Twitter on Thursday evening, to address his 15,500 followers after being bombarded with goodwill messages since the club announced he was leaving with immediate effect on Wednesday tea-time. The Molineux supremo left after his relationship with the board broke down over a number of issues. He has been placed on gardening leave, and, as expected, gave nothing away by way of explanation for his sudden departure. He tweeted: “In the past 24…