It’s a bit of a no news week for Wolves with the top divisions taking an international break.¬† However a good crop of Wolves players are involved in international action around the globe, mainly for the home nations so I thought I’d take a few moments to cast my eye over the pedigree of this Wolves side.
Kevin Doyle and Andy Keogh are both in the full Republic of Ireland squad, with Keogh an unused sub and Doyle showing encouraging signs with a goal against Cyprus.
Wayne Hennessey and Dave Edwards will be in action for Wales on Wednesday, and Nenad Milias looks set to play for Serbia on the same day.
New signings Segundo Castillo and Stefan Maierhofer play for Ecuador and Austria respectively, with Maierhofer finding the net for his country for the first time yesterday, if only against the mighty Faroe Isles.
With Berra only missing out on a game for Scotland due to illness, and with Vokes and Mancienne both playing this week¬†at under 21 level, and Scott Malone earning a first call up for the England under 19s, the future looks¬†bright for a talented young Wolves side.¬† Although I hope with so many key players involved that we don’t hear anything about any injuries.¬† I’ll try and bring you a round up of everyone’s performances after Wednesday.