Regional Paper Talk: Wolves thank Doyle

John Terry's injury is not serious, while Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey has confirmed Kevin Doyle rejected a Premier League move last month.

Last Updated: 11/09/12 at 15:51 Post Comment

Doyle: Still at Molineux

Doyle: Still at Molineux

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LONDON EVENING STANDARD

John Terry is confident he will recover from an ankle injury in time to face Queens Park Rangers on Saturday.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Marouane Fellaini today put United and City on alert by admitting he wants to leave Everton.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Everton FC officials were today baffled and dismayed by Marouane Fellaini's reported admission in a Belgian newspaper that he wants to leave next summer.

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THE JOURNAL

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SUNDERLAND ECHO

Seb Larsson wants to remain in a central midfield role after being forced inside by the arrival of Adam Johnson.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

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BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Joe Bennett is in line for his Villa debut against Swansea at Villa Park this weekend after recovering from an ankle problem.

EXPRESS & STAR

Wolves today paid tribute to striker Kevin Doyle for turning his back on the trail out of Molineux this summer. Chief executive Jez Moxey has confirmed that the opportunity for Doyle to follow the path taken by former team-mates Michael Kightly, Steven Fletcher and Matt Jarvis to the Premier League began to appear in the final days of the transfer window. But Moxey said he and the club were thrilled when Doyle showed no interest in following up interest from Villa and Everton.

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WIGAN EVENING POST

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