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Wandering Wolves?
Mick McCarthy has come out today an announced that Denes Rosa can leave Wolves on loan as he is well down the midfield pecking order.

The Hungarian international was believed to have been a target of Aidy Boothroyd`s over the Summer and now with injury to Al Bangura, plus those to Gareth Williams and Damien Francis, Boothroyd could swoop to take Rosa on loan.

'If someone wanted to take Denes then of course we would look at it because he wants to play,' Explained Mick McCarthy. Rosa`s last league start for the midlands outfit came in April 2006, 17 months ago now. With 7 Hungarian caps to his name and a stint with Magyar giants Ferencvaros under his belt Rosa is by no means lacking pedigree.

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In other Watford news Mart Poom has returned early from international duty with an injury problem to his back. It is understood that he may be fit for the Estonian`s game on Wednesday.

Finally Jordan Parkes has broken a metatarsal and will be out for around three months. The exciting young full back joins the likes of Tim Cahill, Wayne Rooney and David Beckham on the list of people to suffer this injury. In the Watford Observer Aidy Boothroyd confirmed he might move in the loan market to find cover for Jordan Stewart.

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Writer:wfc123
Date:Sunday September 9 2007
Time: 9:22AM

Comments

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transfer window shuts and the loan window opens - crazy!
merlin
10/09/2007 19:54:00
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seems bizarre but then again I am guessing we've got a couple of youngsters to get some experience into and a striker or 2 to offload so more the merrier I say!
DrWatford
11/09/2007 23:07:00
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