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Ward warns Wolves we're physical

Ward warns Wolves we're physical


Wolves right back and (former Kennel hero) Kevin Foley reckons Darren Ward has dished the dirt on Watford and their strong arm tactics.

Ward - who has just had his loan spell at Vicarage Road extended by a further month by the Molineux outfit, has been on the blower to tell his employers to expect a tough ol time on Saturday.

Foley told the Birmingham Mail "I spoke to Wardy and he says they are quite a physical team. It will be a strong, physical encounter. We need to go to Watford and be a lot more solid".

Let`s hope that`s all Ward had to say for himself. With the blond bombshell centre back having impressed already in his second spell at Watford, Ward will be a big miss tomorrow as he is illegible to feature.

All roads then of course lead to a return of Jay Demerit. In truth though, the last thing Watford need is to put out a half fit defender against a free scoring Wolves side, already dubbed 'a wounded animal` by Aidy Boothroyd following the midweek trouncing at Norwich.

Still, let`s hope the sight of yellow shirts has another adverse effect on Mick McCarthy `s men.




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Writer:Dr Watford
Date:Friday October 24 2008
Time: 5:47PM

Comments

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good luck - you might just need it!
merlin
24/10/2008 20:52:00
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Aidy Boothroyd's sides are always going to be physical, then again Mick McCarthy has worked on his side in that respect for years, his teams are always big, strong and organised.
Boxer
25/10/2008 10:56:00
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Having watched the game, I can only regard this as a hoax. Wolves were easily the more physical side with our defenders barely making a tackle and their striker Iwelumo behaving as if he were an all-in wrestler! If truth be told we missed the physical presence of Darren and he'll walk straight back into the side at Preston on Tuesday.
RFB-gloryhornetboys
26/10/2008 08:01:00
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