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Wolves boss Mick McCarthy will ring the changes for tomorrow night's Carling Cup second round trip to Northampton.

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Wolves will discover today if striker Kevin Doyle will miss the start of the season when their medical staff assess his knee injury after he was released from international duty by the Republic of Ireland.

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Wolves have confirmed that new signing Roger Johnson has replaced Karl Henry as skipper for the 2010-2011 campaign.

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Wolves boss Mick McCarthy is introducing a Twitter crackdown and warned players will be fined if they disclose team secrets.

Wolverhampton Wanderers: potential summer transfer targets

Having escaped the drop last term, Wolves will want to strengthen their squad in an attempt to avoid a similar scrap this season.

Michael Kightly signs new Wolves deal

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Kevin Foley signs long-term Wolves deal

Wolves midfielder Kevin Foley has signed an improved four-year contract extension at Molineux.

Wolves complete deal for £7m Roger Johnson

Wolves boss Mick McCarthy is delighted to have finally signed Birmingham central defender Roger Johnson at the second attempt.

Football in Brief: Adam thanks Dalglish for his persistence; Pearce signs new deal; Woodgate to the Potters; McCarthy to sign Johnson

Charlie Adam has thanked Kenny Dalglish for showing faith in him after Blackpool rejected Liverpool's initial advances in January, before the Reds finally completed a deal last week. The 25-year-old, part of Liverpool's squad for their tour of the Far East, said: "I'd like to thank the manager for bringing me here. Some of the best players in the world are at this club so if I can learn from them I am going to improve."

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