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Last Updated: Thursday, 9 August 2007, 10:35 GMT 11:35 UK
Wolves sign Royals keeper on loan
Graham Stack
Stack spent most of last season on loan at Leeds
Wolves have signed Reading goalkeeper Graham Stack on a month's loan.

Boss Mick McCarthy needed cover after number one Matt Murray was ruled out for six months with a knee injury.

Stack, 25, joined Reading from Arsenal in December 2005, but has started just one league game for them and was on loan at Leeds for most of last season.

"Graham's an experienced keeper who I had no hesitation in taking. He'll be on the bench on Saturday," McCarthy told his club's website.

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"He lost his slot at Reading through injury, but he doesn't want to just sit there and pick up his money, he's going to come here and compete for a place."

Stack previously played for Republic of Ireland Under-21s when McCarthy was managing the full international side.

Injuries to Murray ahd youngster Carl Ikeme had left McCarthy with no cover for Wayne Hennessey, who will be in goal against Watford in Saturday's Championship season opener at Molineux.

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