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20 Jul 2020 22:10:25
Any news on Nuno's contract?

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12 Jan 2018 21:03:36
Is there any news on Karl?

Wimbornewolf

1.) 12 Jan 2018 21:50:16
only news at moment is bad news chin up karl wanderers no 1.


2.) 13 Jan 2018 17:28:58
Thanks Billy. Would love to hear he has won this one.


3.) 13 Jan 2018 18:25:22
Mendes and Fuson big boss at match 🐺🐺😯😈.


 

 

 

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10 Apr 2021 08:33:17
What a difference a goal makes. Happy with that win, a noticeable reduction in tension in the posts. Surely we can now start to put this season behind us and plan for the next, we'll done Wolves.

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1.) 10 Apr 2021 08:45:09
Let's go out on a high and start scoring a few goals. put Sheff u and Burnley to the sword!


2.) 10 Apr 2021 10:01:26
Drab but durable performance-Excellent result! I think and agree with Ed's analysis on Traore-too in and out-but what do you do when a player comes up with a moment like that?! . Just doesn't happen enough. I would go further with Ed's observations on Neto-his performance levels have waned since his super goal against Southampton and his attitude, unfortunately, leaves me to believe he wants out for a big money move. Curiously, I felt we looked better balanced once he had gone off-but for the rest of the season would admit that we can't afford to lose his pace. Saiss, Coady and Dendoncker very good, Samedo has got to stop losing his runner on the flank and Saiss is NOT a taker of free kicks in great positions!


3.) 10 Apr 2021 10:06:28
Yes yes yes Nigel I go along with that.
Our last 3 goals we have scored have all been quality many many more in the 2 matches you mention Nigel.

Would be nice to get our -10 goal difference close to 0,
Going to take a big turnaround as only scored 3 goals in one match this season once.
But it not impossible to thump sheff and Burnley by 3 or 4.
COYW.


4.) 10 Apr 2021 10:14:43
Totally agree. I think netto has been tapped up already cu that's what the tooth fairy did at pool to get jota.

{Ed001's Note - no he didn't. Jota was not even planned, so why would he have been tapped up in advance? Utter nonsense. Jota came about because other targets fell through and Klopp was determined to get someone to push/replace the front three, so turned to Jota. Wolves had asked about Hoever and so a deal was easy to sort out.}


5.) 10 Apr 2021 10:30:02
I agree Ed 0001
I think Neto has dropped but probably due to a niggle of an injury. If you noted when he went down his knee was already plastered for support.
Been a bad season for injuries!

{Ed001's Note - it always was going to be a problem with so many games in such a short space of time.}


6.) 10 Apr 2021 11:50:47
Ed. Klopp has history of doing it mate. How much you prepared to wager. it was a deal to suit pool and jota. funny how jota played not to get injured before he went. You have your opinion and I have mine but they need to pay for him now as we also need players and jotas money is sitting in pool's bank.

{Ed001's Note - yes, yours is an uninformed opinion. I agree Klopp has a history of it and I have regularly complained about it on the Liverpool site, but not every move requires tapping up. Sometimes players are desperate to join and there is not a lot of competition for the signing, along with a team happy to sell.

I think you need to learn about transfers, there is almost never a transfer fee that is paid in full up front, almost all are paid over the course of a number of seasons, which is why teams often sell the 'debt' on, like Liverpool did with Coutinho's transfer to Barcelona. If Wolves were that desperate for cash right now, they would do the same thing.}


7.) 10 Apr 2021 12:18:18
I may be wrong but it looked like Neto was pissed off with Willian, my guess is they don't get on
Just my opinion.


8.) 10 Apr 2021 12:25:11
I don't need to learn anything Ed. klopp and jota were photograped by a west brom fan lorry driver at services on my the guy lives by us and delighted in showing a few wolves fans the pic. 4 weeks later he's a red. And how about a young kid we had by name of alun evans that went to you. Before klopp time but same thing happened. Ed mate don't think I don't know anything about my club and what goes on. Steve Daley to man City I knew 2 months before and I'm still mates with Steve. But if you don't believe what I'm saying try and contact Steve bull and he'll help you out. if its any thing to you I think jota will help you win the title next season.

{Ed001's Note - Liverpool were after Sarr from Watford, then Traore from you. Wolves were the ones to put Jota forward. Klopp then spoke to him and he was looking to leave (hence why Wolves put him forward) and was very keen to join Liverpool. The two clubs then spent ages trying to hammer out a deal as Liverpool had no cash to put as a down payment, but Wolves were keen and had been trying to sign Hoever anyway. You do realise that teams can talk to players without it being tapping up if the other club gives permission right? I think you believe Wolves were desperately trying to keep Jota, which is not the case.

What the hell is Alun Evans to do with anything? I know these things happen, I have already said that. My point was that it is not always the case.}


9.) 10 Apr 2021 12:25:55
How much did we pay for Neto?


10.) 10 Apr 2021 13:41:43
Neto was part of a double deal with Jordao £20million for both Pedro mate.


11.) 10 Apr 2021 13:56:20
How do you work that out. jota was on the team sheet the week before. Its common knowledge with well informed wolves fans that he received a message from the klopp the morning of the match and was withdrawn. Why would he be on team sheet if it was all above board. It goes on everywhere as we did with patricio but I'm not denying it one bit.

{Ed001's Note - because the deal hadn't been done. It happens a lot before a move. Even this season West Brom had a similar situation. Nuno is not involved in transfers all that closely.}


12.) 10 Apr 2021 14:26:35
Jota wanted to go end off he is history we've moved on.


13.) 11 Apr 2021 01:53:15
Yes rated but my opinion is not directed at you is it. I'm making a point of discussion at someone else and not you.


14.) 11 Apr 2021 10:08:14
Lexluna noticed you mentioned
Alun Evans in your previous post, good player. I once played against him in a trial for Worcestershire County schoolboys, both trying for inside right position. Needless to say I came second. He later joined Wolves and when sold to Liverpool became the first £100,000 teenager. He later scored a hatrick in one of their European games.


 

 

07 Feb 2021 15:53:05
Much better, could have won this. Hope Johnny is OK.

Wimbornewolf

1.) 07 Feb 2021 16:13:55
Not many chances, but pretty solid performance best I've seen semado we do need a creative midfielder next season.


2.) 07 Feb 2021 16:22:03
He's fine mate just taken off as a precaution after being out for so long, he was out after full time having a jog.


3.) 07 Feb 2021 16:30:10
Yes. Could and should have won it. Could have lost it at the death.
Desperately lacking in quality/ confidence/ composure in front of goal as well as 3 or 4 other areas. But what we've got now, player wise, should be good enough to keep us safe. Next season though, we have got to strengthen in all key areas if we are to push on. If that means selling in order to buy, it has to be done.


4.) 07 Feb 2021 16:32:07
Thinking about it a clean sheet is a rare treat for us, it's definitely something to build on and we have a few options in defence now with boly and saisse and Marcel to come back in coyw.


5.) 07 Feb 2021 16:33:48
Cheers RKO.


6.) 07 Feb 2021 16:45:20
Good to hear about Jonny. He brought good energy with Neto. Still would prefer Traore cutting inside more often to get in the box quickly for inevitable penalties. Remembering David Wagstaff and his movement from the wing!


7.) 07 Feb 2021 17:13:04
Think we'll have a big pot to spend Sharesum, there isn't a snowball's chance in hell we can hold on to pedro, he's our golden nugget and realistically who could blame him when he goes. Just a matter of price I reckon.


8.) 07 Feb 2021 17:28:09
Look how many penalties Raheem Sterling gets. Traore should play a higher line and make a beeline for the penalty box. Leicester today took it in turns to bring him down and spread the yellow cards out. They couldn't do that in the penalty box.


9.) 07 Feb 2021 17:57:00
Been saying it all season Deep throat. pointless him keep going down the flanks with no end product. let him draw a foul in the box or even score.


10.) 07 Feb 2021 17:58:58
Absolutely Deep Throat. As strong and slippery as he is now, Nuno needs to set him loose to the box, not beating everyone to get to the byeline first.


11.) 07 Feb 2021 19:43:17
Guys
Agree with above regarding Traore. Needs to attack the box more. Problem is we are very often strung out too much when attacking. We only attack in 2s and 3s. Need more support from midfield. Yes Netto is going to be some player. He's ambitious, so I don't think we'll hang on to him beyond next season.
Love Neves comittment and attitude but he has to show more quality.


 

 

27 Jan 2021 19:59:59
I will take that point.

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11 Jan 2021 19:29:14
Chorley in the cup.

Wimbornewolf

1.) 11 Jan 2021 19:36:11
35 years we've waited for this.


2.) 11 Jan 2021 19:40:47
I suppose it was inevitable!


3.) 11 Jan 2021 20:04:43
Well done Crouchy! I was at both games v Chorley in '86, replay was at Burnden Park. Terrible times, we were bottom half of Div4, think Bully and Thommo had just signed but couldn't play. Really looking forward to next few games. Keep fighting, Rated, the pack is with you! FWAW.


4.) 11 Jan 2021 20:57:42
Southampton/ Shrewsbury or Arsenal in round 5.


5.) 11 Jan 2021 21:04:36
You couldn't make it up and I really shouldn't be as nervous as I am

The BBC will be reminding us about that game 35 years ago.


6.) 11 Jan 2021 22:32:22
Sorry, had forgot '86 v Chorley was 3 games, probably 'cos did'nt go to the first game (1-1) at Notlob. Come on boys, for tomorrow, let's go into the big one with confidence! FWAW.


7.) 12 Jan 2021 05:34:51
Calvin Klein Lewis is out injured but not sure of richalason.
Think Everton very very good team when they have their first choice 11.
I think 2-0 to us tonight.

COYW

FWAW.


8.) 12 Jan 2021 05:53:33
I was 12 years old in 86.
Went to home tie vaguely remember.


9.) 12 Jan 2021 06:12:38
I was 12 when we played chorley under me dads wing.


 

 

08 Dec 2020 10:06:14
Anyone else concerned about the decline of Form in Neves. He has not developed into the star midfielder we all hoped for. It does seem to be an issue this season.

Wimbornewolf

1.) 08 Dec 2020 10:32:55
Yes it's very noticeable he's a shadow of the player this season and last he needs to be further up the pitch but seems to be just in front of our back line it dosen't work with him and moutinho together either there to similar the way they play I do think Vitinha deserves a start looks lively and more attacking mind just my thoughts though🧡🖤🐺.


2.) 08 Dec 2020 10:37:04
Hi Wimbornewolf The Midfield has been a problem for a long while hence the lack goals and supply to forwards, Re Neves perhaps he is being told stay back, one thing is certain he is not the player he was.
Hate to say it but compared to Villa's and Leed's midfield attacking style we are lacking.
WE need a creative midfield player, Neves and Moutinho together does not work, the Portugal manager never plays them together.
IT is a problem, be interesting on Sat against Vills.


3.) 08 Dec 2020 11:48:56
Yeĺlowstone. Are you really comparing the Leeds and Villa teams to ours bearing in mind that both teams are below us in the league.


4.) 08 Dec 2020 13:27:50
Hi Jas, I was only comparing there midfield movement,

And the answer to your question yes Villa are 2 points below having only played 9 games re Wolves 11 games.

Saturday against Villa will tell us more.

Jas I only want to see Wolves playing well, I don't expect to win every game just some consistent performances not 45 mins games.


5.) 08 Dec 2020 14:50:16
The problem is that we play with wing backs and wide forwards so in effect just 2 recognised midfielders. Marcal is not as good as Jonny going forward and Semedo is not as good as Doherty going forward, however they are better defenders so Jonny and Doherty were additions to Neves and Moutinho in midfield when moving forward. So the issue is how Nuno gets the best out of Semedo and Marcal so that they become interchangeable in midfield. Other teams such as Liverpool, Spurs, Leeds and Villa all play with at least 3 recognised midfielders. When we play 3 in midfield, we look better in the middle of the park but lose a bit of attacking flair.


6.) 08 Dec 2020 16:00:32
Jas as usual an interesting post and spot on re the tactics - although 3 in mid didn't help against Liverpool but that is hardly a standard game so shouldn't be used as a stick to beat us with too much.
Being picky though whilst I rate Marcal highly, (best buy of summer) is he as good as Otto in either direction, not sure, but there isn't much in it.
However I was surprised that you state the Semedo is not a good as Doherty going forwards but is better defensively?
Whilst I accept the point made by BB II below that you must have something for Barcelona and Portugal to consistently pick you above all the other choices they have I think it would be fair to say that defensively to date for Wolves he has been fairly ordinary. Conversely though going forwards as discussed extensively elsewhere he is actually ok - maybe not as good as Doherty or perhaps just different.
Doherty's shortcomings as a defender were a lack of pace and getting caught up field - he was a RWB after all - but he was v good in the air and strong in the tackle.
If he hadn't gone forwards but had played as an out and out RB he would have been ok- i. e. a lot better than Semedo?
Consequently whilst Taff may have been a little colourful in his comparison the Doherty of the last 2 years at Wolves ( not the one from Div 1) is a far superior player to the Semedo of the last two months ( albeit a bit of a short period to give a conclusive judgement? ) .
Consequently whilst I am still hopeful that Semedo will settle down and be a strong player for us going forwards as RWB I m not sure Jas that he will ever be good going backwards
Odd?


7.) 08 Dec 2020 16:04:47
Have to agree Neves has been average at best for a while now. Hasn't scored for over 12 months and just doesn't seem to find those clever passes anymore. He was played further forward against Liverpool but had probably his worst game for us. The problem is he just doesn't have any pace at all so he struggles to get any time on the ball to have any affect on the game. It is disappointing to see how he's gone. I've loved having him at our club and he's been massive for us but he has found the premier league really tough. Maybe, like jota, he would thrive with better players around him but I feel his future may well lie outside of the premier. And yes, Vithina looks promising.


8.) 08 Dec 2020 16:17:51
Thefutureisoldgold. I've no doubt that Semedo will prove to be better than Doherty but at the moment he is still adjusting to Nunos tactics. He does look good going forward but he does not seem to have that telepathic relationship that Doherty had with the forwards last season. This, I'm convinced will come with more training and game time.


9.) 08 Dec 2020 17:20:55
Well Jas, with respect, Semedo does not look good going forward to me, he seems afraid to go past his man, and nearly always passes back.

He is a 26yr old experienced international not an 18/ 20yr old so I would expect the guy to know how to defend well and use his experience to attack at times.

You know football really is a simple game not rocket science they try and make it far to technical.


10.) 08 Dec 2020 17:52:49
Let's just agree to disagree. Semedo has played for and won things for Barcelona who only sold him because they are facing financial ruin and has 9 assists in the last 2 years. He is a year younger than Doherty and quicker. If he's good enough for Nuno, then he's good enough for me.


11.) 08 Dec 2020 18:13:05
OK Jas, that's good.


12.) 08 Dec 2020 18:39:44
Jas - I agree that he is still adjusting to the new team and that he is undoubtedly a quality player ( Barcelona and all that) so as stated I'm sure he will do fine for us.
Not so confident though he will ever be as effective - due to Doherty's amazing synchronicity with the system and the players around him - as Doherty.
{But I accept that I m biased he was a fav of mine - having been with us through thick and thin - mainly thin! and was genuinely one of our own not a paid gun for hire}
sorry an old man who can't let go of the past!


13.) 09 Dec 2020 08:04:46
Liverpool’s fourth goal is lauded for the number of touches involved but it highlights our problem at present. Most of the passes are in their own half with us ‘pressing’, for want of a better word the man on the ball. (Hardly a full press) . We force the ball to be played back to their keeper, who plays a good ball between two of our encroaching forwards. Curtis Jones receives the ball in space and on the half turn. As two of our players move toward him, he drops a shoulder injects a little bit of pace and is past them. A simple but progressive pass to Salah in space wide on the right and they are in on our back four, who are on the turn and running back toward our own goal. Coady always looks uncomfortable when doing this. In a back 3/ 5 he would be free and facing play. A really good pass from Salah between our retreating defenders and the goalkeeper, takes all our players out. Semedo running toward his own goal with two Liverpool forwards for company bundles the ball in for an OG.
PROBLEMS: the ease with which a small injection of pace took out our midfield and the alarming uncomfortable nature of our defending when our defenders are turned. We don’t create in the same way because our midfield never drop a shoulder and burst forward. Our goals require players to be beaten in the final third where there is less space and usually more defenders than attackers. Our inability to alarm defences by forcing them to react to a midfielder breaking through the lines, means all our goals are really hard earned by outstanding play by our forwards.
We can be an uncomfortable watch sometimes but never more so than when our defenders are turned and having to face the opposition running at them.
Fair play to Liverpool it was a brilliantly crafted goal. Patient build up, incisive pass from keeper which broke through the line, injection of pace and then a pass to a player in space, controlled pass between defence and goalkeeper.
It’s a simple game really!


14.) 09 Dec 2020 12:41:50
Dear TheFutureisoldgold That makes us two old men who can't let go of the past, but we do talk some sense at times, its just our frustration at watching them when we can see what's wrong.


15.) 09 Dec 2020 13:43:12
Yellowstone (Where does the name come from - the US national park - if so why? )
Well whilst I would never be so arrogant/ ignorant as to presume to tell people who really know what they doing, like Nuno etc, what they were getting wrong I, like everyone else, do have an opinion. Even if most of us lack a background in the game and I have none having played Rugby from the age of 11 and not football, I don't think we should be afraid to use it - after all this is a forum for views/ chat and it wouldn't be much fun if we all sat in silence with no views of our own.
Its great therefore hearing all the different views and chatting about stuff Wolves and (in Phil's and my case) often non Wolves.
I'm also going to use this post to say what a good post Ecosse has posted above re the midfield conundrum.
Lack of pace, defend too deep ( probably due to lack of pace and fear of being caught upfield), lack of incisive passing ( bizarre as two of the three are/ were fantastic passers) etc etc.
Clearly the balance and the form of the midfield isn't great in either direction at the moment.
It is hard to understand how it has fallen away so badly this year even if Moutinho's aging was hardly a surprise.
Jas's comments on the impact of the change in the WBs is insightful but even so I' m surprised how much the slight change to the system/ playing staff has rippled though the team and mostly as yet negatively - Neto and Podence are the exception and both are much improved and showing real promise - if only the were natural goal scorers not old fashioned inside forwards/ wingers.
Dendonker is a good player, ( you don't play for Belgium without being one) - good athlete and puts in a shift but for a top top player his touch and vision aren't good enough and his finishing is terrible particularly in the air.
Neves as discussed above has seemingly gone backwards this year sharply - he doesn't pass as well, has lost all of his goal scoring threat and the game just seems to fast for him to keep up despite sitting v deep. Worrying?
Moutinho after a sluggish start to the season appears to be getting back up to speed - albeit it isn't the speed he once had!
A new midfielder or a run for Vitor in the New Year might be required but at the moment dare you move away from the tried and tested with these difficult fixtures this month?
We need to get through the month with respectability, {7 POINTS FROM THE 5 GAMES? Views? ] - beating Burnley and Villa and getting a point from 1 of the 3 top 6 games?
But on current form that won't be easy - we even lost at Turf Moor last year didn't we?


16.) 09 Dec 2020 17:53:10
Dear Thefurtureisoldgold

Firstly Yellowstone name I use from the excellent tv series of same name starring Kevin Costner in the US national park.
You probably grew up when we 2 inside forwards, 2 wingers,
2 fullbacks, 2 halfbacks 1 centre half 1 centre forward.
Think the great Alf Ramsey started the change not having wingers, now we have wingbacks, centre backs, midfielders, strikers.

I remember as a 7yr old seeing a superb 17yr old lad called Duncan Edwards play for England and of course the Busby babes, what a player he would have been. For me Pelewas still the best of all time.


17.) 09 Dec 2020 18:27:53
Hi Yellowstone was Duncan Edward's from Dudley?
My dad (sadly passed a long time ago) told me all the stories of the 50's 60's 70's but been that long I'm not sure if I have remembered right.
You elder generation on here I love reading your posts on football before my time.
Thefutureisoldgold I have got some good ideas of what I want to do next year I will share them with you in due course.
Like nuno says we are a pack and are stronger together.
FWAW.


18.) 09 Dec 2020 20:13:42
Yes Phil Duncan was born in Dudley, there is a statue of him in the town, he two footed, powerful 6ft+ amazing player for his age.


19.) 09 Dec 2020 21:15:26
Cheers mate👍
Sam Allardyce born in Dudley too I know that one.
It must of been great seeing all these great players.
Theres a lot of posters on here I have seen post about the 60's and 70's teams like the doog John Richard's hibbit and so on.
I had a connection with Norman Deeley when I was a kid. He took some training sessions with the football team I was playing for.
I felt so good as it was my dad who told me who he was scoring twice in our last fa cup final victory in 1960 against Blackburn.
I felt honoured to be coached by him.


20.) 10 Dec 2020 08:43:29
Hi Phil, Norman Deeleys nickname was the penguin he use run with his hands held out like flippers.
Once sat next to Billy Wright and his landlady watching a cowboy film at Old Odeon cinema.


21.) 10 Dec 2020 09:43:28
Fantastic Yellowstone😃
My brother has a photo of himself with Steve Bull and Andy Mutch from a meet and greet night at the Cleveland pub.
I'm envious a bit but proud as it's my brother, the photo is class.
I worshipped Bully and Bully will always be my favourite wolves player ever. just my generation we never saw a lot of wolves in the top flight.


22.) 10 Dec 2020 09:53:31
Yes Phil, Bully was something special, old fashioned striker, he always new where the goal posts were, could do with him at present.


23.) 10 Dec 2020 13:28:37
I agree that Neves looks a shadow of the player he once was. When scoring opportunities come his way, he balloons over the bar or similar. It may be a confidence thing or he has been sussed out, but either way we need him fully up to speed again. A goal would help.


24.) 10 Dec 2020 16:31:46
Agree. But is it a confidence thing or a change in tactics. I only ask because I've noticed that Moutinho is taking free kicks in and around the area trying to float the ball in when in the past, Neves would have taken a direct free kick.


25.) 11 Dec 2020 12:55:56
Felt certain I had responded to your post Yellowstone but somehow it doesn't seem to have made it onto the board.
So sorry for seemingly ignoring you.
Yes 2,3,5 was the formation of choice - indeed the only 1 I think when I was growing up. Given many teams now line up 5,4,1 a massive change to the philosophy.
Haven't seen the TV series or been to the National Park but we did go to Yosemite another of the US's National Parks. This one is on the border of Nevada and California. We went there as part of a West coast trip in the 80s. An amazing place with huge mountains, waterfalls and Redwood Forests.
My name comes from an advert for the old telco company Orange - now EE that had the tag line "The future is bright the future is Orange".
At the time - in the 90s - I was hoping it was prophetic but apart from a few false dawns and subsequent relegations it has not been too accurate and I was beginning to think I would not live to see another successful Wolves side.
Hence so delighted at the ride with Nuno. He has brought back pride in the team and even grudging respect from fans of other teams - even my son acknowledges we are ok - for the first time in his life. He used to just laugh at my pathetic team indeed he is so worried by our success and my gloating that he has even threatened to move out - as if - if we win a trophy!
Sadly though a little success makes you greedy and grumpy/ intolerant when it doesn't go perfectly as now "I want it all and I want it now"!
Consequently I apologise to all the other posters for my negativity and moaning!
Phil the only plans we have in place for the summer next ( post virus please! ) year are a return to Exmoor for a few days.
Culture, walking and cider!
Love the SW and was going to ask Wimborne if that is Minster as we had a great hols based around there a few years ago. Kingstone Lacey, Corfe, Swanage, Stourhead, Shaftsbury etc.


 

 

 

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22 Jul 2021 19:48:57
I don't see Neves as anything like World Class. He has not performed in the last 2 seasons anything like de Bruyne or David Silva, both of whom would rank as great mfs. He shone in the Championship, had great moments in our first season in the Prem, but sadly has not fulfilled promise shown. If he was World Class he would have dominated play. I see him now as a useful squad player, but not the answer to our midfield needs.

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27 Jun 2021 18:07:49
Love it Debbie lol.

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15 Apr 2021 17:43:34
It was Man U last year.

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03 Dec 2020 16:32:52
Leaving hospital is great news, everything so far is positive. Fingers crossed the next few months are equally positive. He is a real leader on the pitch, and pray for him to be fit and ready to bang in plenty next season. Rather he gets 100% well before playing again.

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12 Oct 2020 16:03:38
I think versions of this type of proposal have been lurking for a while. Foreign investors in UK football clubs often have little concern for football's history in this country, and how important it is that every club's supporters have hope that one day they will be the best in the land. Running a closed shop of franchises has no place in the UK. Let the top 6 clear off and play their European mates, and let's keep a league that is open to merit and skill, and within fan's affordability when playing away.

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25 Jul 2021 20:54:02
Well said Dave, much appreciated. Phil is respected on here, and I don't know him personally, but he is part of the pack. Your kind thoughts reflect all of ours. Cheers.

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23 Jul 2021 22:38:13
I rarely get to see Wolves now as I live some way from the Mol and can't make it regularly, so don't build the points. But. I have no issue with locals and regular supporters getting preference, it is nonsense to to do otherwise. I have to accept that.

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23 Jul 2021 22:33:03
Nice one Daz, very good of you, have a good time this season, looking forward to it.

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21 Jul 2021 09:16:31
Sorry to hear that Phil, will miss your contributions. I hope things improve for you.

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19 Jul 2021 19:23:27
Pleased to hear it👍.

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