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Man City 4-3 Wolves: Deserving all of the plaudits and none of the points

Sunday, January 16th, 2011

I’m a firm believer that you get the results you deserve. Today we have exactly that – lots of plaudits and no points. Wolves played an excellent game and, have they capitalised more on (say it softly) first half domination at the City of Manchester Stadium, could have come away with more. When Milijas scrambled [...]

Wolves 1-2 Wigan: It’s not very good at the moment, but we’re sticking with it

Monday, December 27th, 2010

I’ll hazard a guess that if you’re reading this, you won’t need me to point out that Wolves played badly yesterday, and were a familiar defensive shambles for both goals. Luck happened to go against up with a blind referee who missed two clear cut penalty shouts but when you regularly hand your opponents a [...]

Blackburn 3-0 Wolves: Again proving it’s difficult to win if you concede 3 stupid goals

Saturday, December 4th, 2010

It seems I was a little unfair on Richard Stearman last week. Leave him out of the team, and we’re still shambolically unfocussed at the back. This was Wolves’s heaviest defeat of the season and not one of our best performances to boot but, in truth not so very different to last week.  This will [...]

Nearly, but not quite, good enough to draw with Blackpool

Sunday, November 21st, 2010

Another enormously frustrating game. Perhaps I should just start copying and pasting that from week to week. The scenario was familiar enough… Within the first two minutes we were a goal down (admittedly to a fantastic strike from Varney) and chasing the game. Early substitutions made a difference, but we conceded another and despite sustained [...]