The Future of On-Loan Players


Promising??
By Chicago Wolf
May 24 2019

I am working through Nuno 11 by Michael Petalengro, which charts Wolves first season back in the Premier League. 

Summer 2018 preseason we were playing a friendly with Ajax at Bescot and one of the 'hopefuls' was Rafa Mir. I had completely forgotten him because, like a load more players, we shoved him out on loan for the season. 


I would be interested if anyone has a view on which of our out-on-loan players might be worth bringing back now? I was kind of disappointed for instance that Jordan Graham, still young, might have been given a chance.

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The Future of On-Loan Players
Posted by: Wolves (IP Logged)
Date: 24/05/2019 23:42

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Re: The Future of On-Loan Players
Posted by: maiseytaw (IP Logged)
Date: 25/05/2019 10:52

It's common knowledge that Jordan Graham has a terrible attitude. Hopefully he'll be done permanently this summer. I still hold out hope for Mir but needs to progress rapidly out on loan over the next year or two.

Re: The Future of On-Loan Players
Posted by: Cheshire wolf (IP Logged)
Date: 25/05/2019 11:28

I was interested to see somewhere the other day that Conor Ronan is being given another contract after being out on loan last season. He was seen as a bright prospect when we were in the Champ, and perhaps that is still the case.

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