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Wolves' five arrivals from India

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Wolves are today set to welcome five 'new signings' – all the way from India.

Wolves are today set to welcome five 'new signings' – all the way from India.

The club's blossoming partnership with Indian Premier League club JCT sees five young JCT footballers, along with head coach Parminder Singh, arrive for a week-long training stint with their academy.

Goalkeeper Pawan Kumar, defender Amarwant Singh, midfielder Amandeep Singh Bains and strikers Balwant Kumar and Parveen Kumar are the lucky quintet coming to Compton.

During their stay, the players and coach will receive training in skills, tactics and sports science from leading experts.

The visit is part of the community-led partnership between the two clubs first forged two years ago that saw chief executive Jez Moxey and assistant manager Terry Connor visit India.

The partnership will also see young Wolves players visit India for similar trips.

The Indian contingent coming to England is led by JCT's head coach Singh, who will also be involved in knowledge-sharing session with his counterparts at Wolves and the academy.

Wolves boast one of the biggest Punjabi supporters clubs in the UK, Punjab Wolves, reflecting the city's ethnic population.

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