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Football: Foley goes to County.

DOMINIC Foley, Wolves' Republic of Ireland Under-21 international striker, has joined Second Division Notts County on-loan.

Wolves' manager Colin Lee is also hoping to find a club willing to take another of the club's Irish strikers, 20-year-old Glen Crowe, for a loan period.

Lee has already told Crowe that he will be released on a free transfer at the end of the season, but he has insisted that there is no chance of Foley's deal being made permanent as he still feels that the 22-year- old has a role to play in the future at Molineux.

"I will get every single one of Dominic's games watched," said Lee.

"I will also try and get to see him myself. The boy has got a lot to offer and we have got to try and get the best out of him.

"Dominic's move is purely short term, but I have told Glen that he will be released when his contract expires next summer."
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Dec 9, 1998
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