It's all change at the Wakefield Wildcats

It's all change at Wakefield Wildcats who have appointed a new captain for next year's Super League campaign and announced more players moving in and out at Belle Vue.

Wildcats have decided that Glenn Morrison will be the club captain for the 2011 season and the Australian will be joined by new recruit from St Helens, centre Chris Dean.

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Wakefield are also close to announcing the identity of a new prop from the NRL as a replacement for Richard Moore who leaves the club while Jesse Joe Parker will not be moving to Belle Vue from Featherstone Rovers after all.

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Heading the changes is the appointment of former Bradford Bulls forward Morrison who says he is honoured to take the captain's armband.

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"I was delighted when John offered me the captaincy role," said Morrison.

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"It is an honour to captain such a great, traditional team and I feel

very proud that I have been chosen.

"Along with all the other players and staff at the club, I will strive to work as hard as I can with our franchise license and I really look forward to leading my team to success in 2011."

Having made the move to the Wildcats last season, Morrison made an instant impression last season coach John Kear feels his appointment is thoroughly deserved.

"After much consideration the coaching staff decided to offer Glenn the captaincy as reward for a magnificent on field season in 2010, but also because of the impact that he has on the club off the field as well," said Kear.

Immediately linking up with Morrison will be new recruit Dean who is making the move over the Pennines after a seven-year stint at St Helens.

The 22-year-old has signed a one year deal with the Wildcats and the former Orrell St James player has made over 20 Super League appearances, touching down for Saints in a recent game against Castleford Tigers.

"I'm really pleased to be a part of the 2011 Wildcats team and am very grateful of the opportunity that John has given me," he said.

Heading out of Belle Vue, however, are former Bradford Bulls and London Broncos prop Moore and centre Parker who was set to join the club from neighbours Featherstone Rovers.

Elston added: "Allowing Richard to leave gives us room within our salary cap to bring in new players, we are currently active in recruitment both in England and the NRL.

"When Jesse Joe was recruited there was a timescale to his arrival.

"Owing to administrative problems, Jesse Joe was unable to meet that timescale and will not be joining the club."

"We wish Jesse Joe every success in the future."

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