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Robert Plant pays £900 to play in Jody Craddock testimonial

Rock god Robert Plant in 1973. Credit: PA

Rock star and lifelong Wolves fan Robert Plant has paid £900 to play in Jody Craddock's testimonial match next year.

Craddock, who retired in the summer, saw his time at the club honoured with a fundraising dinner at Molineux on Thursday, when the former Led Zeppelin singer coughed up.

Three to follow: Micah Richards, Jody Craddock, Callum McManaman

Today's three footballers to follow on Twitter are Man City prankster Micah Richards, footballer-turned-promising artist Jody Craddock, and Wigan youngster Callum McManaman:

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My main art website is. http://t.co/22ZBk0SQ8b I've got some new stuff coming , I will let you know when it lands. About 10 pieces.

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Violence at the Vale

Police were on Saturday pelted with bottles and missiles after trouble broke out between football fans following a highly charged local derby.

Officers arrested 23 people when Port Vale hosted Wolves in Sky Bet League One.

Staffordshire Police said it was "confronted by a significant group of home fans" involved in "violent disorder" who had gone out of their way to target police lines.

Henry set for Rs move

Wolves midfielder Karl Henry is set for a move to QPR with Harry Redknapp confirming the deal could be done on Tuesday.

I've always liked Karl. He's a good sort, he's a competitor. He looks like he wants to win.

He's captain of Wolves and whenever I came up against him he always had that attitude about him that he's very determined. I think he is what we need at the club.

He's a bit of a leader on the pitch and he will be a big asset for us. He is having a medical and it should go through today (Tuesday).

– QPR manager Harry Redknapp speaking to Evening Standard
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