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Keogh: should he stay or should he go?

Monday, August 16th, 2010

Andy Keogh cut a sorry figure as the substitute himself was substituted off against Stoke. On Saturday, Keogh came on for Fletcher only to be pulled off again with a few minutes left. Swapping a defender for a forward at a critical time seems fair, but this will have done nothing for Keogh’s confidence – [...]

Manchester City 1-0 Wolves

Saturday, August 22nd, 2009

Wolves more than rode their luck at times, but can leave Manchester, despite the defeat, with their heads held high. City went one up after 15 minutes and dominated the first half. Wolves should have been happy to go in only one goal down at the break, despite only being denied a goal by a [...]

Wigan Athletic 0-1 Wolves

Tuesday, August 18th, 2009

A dominant if edgy performance (do they do it any other way) brings Wolverhampton Wanderers their first ever Premier League away win. Having gone a whole season five years ago without managing particular that feat, it’s extremely gratifying to get the result in their first trip away this season. Despite a squad of shreds and [...]

Derby vs. Wolves (2:3)

Monday, April 13th, 2009

Congratulations to Mr. Keogh, the hero of the hour, popping up with two crucial goals in one game after only three in the rest of the season.  Just reward for an impressive workrate, and we can only hope a sign of greater confidence (and, let’s face it, skill) in front of goal.  An overall poor [...]