Zyro amongst those leavin
By Ivybridge Wolf
June 3 2019
It's that time of year again where tough decisions need to be made for individuals, however this summer, with the Europa League beckoning, perhaps the emphasis for Wolves will be on additions, not departures. Having said that, six players are leaving Molineux this June, the most notable being Michal Zyro.
So Michal Zyro, who first appeared at Molineux with great excitement is to leave Molineux permanently. He has recently been on loan back in his native Poland with Pogon Szczecin, this following a short spell with Charlton. He first played in Old Gold versus West Ham United in the FA Cup in Janaury 2016 and scored his first goals a few days later at Molineux against Fulham. His playing time at Wolves was, of course, dogged by injury and this curtailed his chances - principally following a dire challenge by Milton Keyens Dons player, Antony Kay. 16 months getting back to fitness, one single match for Wolves under Nuno in the league cup ... and that was that, for us anyway. Good luck to him, a Wolves player who, no fault of his own, was never able to deliver his full potential.
Others to leave Wolves are Heredia, Goodliffe, Hayden, Lattie and Sauvage. Sadly, I am not able to write too much about these chaps, however whatever their circumstances, you have to wish these lads well.
Bright Enobakhare is staying, a one year extention option has been taken (after a decent spell at League One Coventry) and Gonclaves, Deslandes and Pardington also remain.
All eyes on who's coming in now ....... Up the Wolves!pqs: qs:
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2019:08:04:19:26:22 by Ivybridge Wolf.
Good inaugural item Ivybridge. I have always felt sorry for Michal Zyro as I thought he showed good natural talent and promise before that dreadful high tackle put him on the sick table and did for him - much the same way as the ACL injury did for Nouha Dicko. I wish him well. I must admit I find the contract extension for Bright surprising, as I don’t think he will ever make it into Nuno’s reckoning!
No you wouldn't have expected Bright to stay but Nuno does seem to match a ruthless determination to improve with some chances for most to shine. You never know.
What was more surprising was the support of Traore, who appears to be doing everything that was previously said of him, namely terrifying speed matched by lack of end product! Anyone seen glimmers of improvement?