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Harewood Loaned To Wolves

Marlon Harewood has joined Wolves on loan until the end of the season.

It has been announced today that Villa have agreed to loan Marlon Harewood to Wolves for the remainder of the season.

We have a recall option after 28 days should it be necessary, which it won't be considering he's only ever on the bench.

Good luck Marlon, I hope he gets his career back on track at Wolves and secures himself a proper move at the end of the season as he obviously has no future here and is not going to be used as a supersub again.




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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 23 2009

Time: 5:18PM

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Good luck to the guy, never thought we should have bought him in the first place but the guy has heart for sure. Hopefully he'll slot right in and get first team football.
The Fear
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23/03/2009 18:07:00

Good luck Marlon...another stupid decision in my view though.
olofthegreat
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23/03/2009 19:23:00

Great idea! As all (3 of) our first team strikers are so prolific at the moment we might as well get rid of the others rather than giving them a try.
AVFC4ME
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25/03/2009 00:13:00

Good Luck to him over at The Molinuex. If they clinch promotion, as they certainly should, who knows? Maybe Marlon will make the switch permanent in the summer, and come back to haunt us next season.
glensider
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09/04/2009 21:35:00

You could certainly never fault the guy for his 100% effort and total commitment, plus he never caused unrest in the dressing room as far as we are aware, yet at times he must have felt like raising the roof in frustration. Good Luck to him. He can now get on with his career, maybe become a hero over at Wolves. He was certainly wasting his time sat on the bench week after week here.
glensider
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09/04/2009 21:38:00

 

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