Date: 18th July 2011 at 11:40am
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There is no room for sentiment in football, once a player has served his purpose for a club it’s time to move them on as they become surplus to requirements.

This can happen for a number of reasons, they age and get slow and not as good, the club moves on and needs a bit of extra quality or a transfer doesn’t quite live up to expectations.

That last reason would sum up Stefan Maierhofer who is likely to be one of the first to go before the new season.

“I think we have some fringe players that we are looking at and I think one or two players would be keen to move on themselves because they feel they are not going to play.’ Wolves Chief executive Jez Moxey told the Birmingham Mail.

He added: “With football players it is not so much the money it is about doing the job.

“What is their job? Going out to play football 90 minutes on a Saturday afternoon and if players aren`t going to do that for us then it is only right that they should move on.

Vital Wolves Comment: The quicker the fringe players (some might even call them deadwood) are shipped out the quicker we can rebalance the wage structure and look a new additions.

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