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January 29, 2020

Wolves U23s hold Liverpool but miss out on Euro quarter-final place

Wolves U23s 2 Liverpool U23s 2. Wolves Under-23s were hit by a fierce comeback from Liverpool Under-23s to miss out on a quarter-final place in the Premier League International Cup in front of 4,394 at Molineux. Goals early in each half from Bruno Jordao and Renat Dadashov gave James Collins’s youngsters a two-goal cushion, but Liverpool’s reply was swift as Joe Hardy and Harvey Elliott scored within four minutes after that to reward the visitors’ territorial supremacy. Jordao gave Wolves the lead in the 14th minute with a superb strike from the edge of the box after a clever ball…

Wolves U23s to be roared on by 5,000-plus in Euro decider against Liverpool

Wolves Under-23s will be roared on by than 5,000 supporters against Liverpool at Molineux on Wednesday night (7pm) as they try to reach the knockout stages of a European competition. James Collins’ youngsters face a winner-takes-all fixture against the Reds after 1-1 draws against Paris Saint-Germain and Athletic Club Bilbao in the Premier League International Cup, the Under-23s’ first taste of European competition. Going into the final match in Group E, Wolves are one point behind the Reds, and two behind rivals PSG and Athletic Club. A win for Wolves will see them leapfrog their competitors and claim top spot…

Wolves’ latest recruit Loiodice looking to win permanent deal after loan signing

Wolves’ latest recruit Enzo Loiodice has set his sights on winning a permanent deal after the club announced his signing on loan from Dijon until the end of the season. The club has an option to turn the the 19-year-old midfielder’s loan into a permanent deal if he impresses over the next few months. Loiodice, a creative left-footed central midfielder, has already made his mark in senior football in France, making 24 first-team appearances for Dijon – 21 of those coming in Ligue 1 But he will initially link up with James Collins’ Under-23 squad as Wolves look to improve…

Wolves winger Graham targeted by Gills after Cobblers trial

Wolves winger Jordan Graham could be on his way out of Molineux – to League One Gillingham. Gills boss Steve Evans is seeking wide options and is understood to be keen on the 24-year-old, who is out of contract in the summer and almost certain to leave this month. Graham is understood to have had a trial with former Wolves captain Keith Curle at League Two promotion contenders Northampton in the last few days, but is now being targeted by the Gills. The former Aston Villa winger is back at Wolves playing for the Under-23s after a loan spell with…