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03 Jan 2021 18:57:14
Sorry for blasting loads of posts I'm like a dog chasing its tail.
Had a great day with the build up to the match and enjoyed the buzz with you Sir Tatton (craig)
Nothing will change looking forward to our next game.
Back at work tomorrow so signing off, may we all have something to sing about the following weeks coming up.

{Ed047's Note - Iโ€™m struggling to keep up here Phil! ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

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03 Jan 2021 21:52:39
Keep em coming Phil, don't mind, reading posts from the heart of a wolf. Take care.

04 Jan 2021 06:20:41
Phil I love dogs, their tenacity keeps us on our heels. You keep on mate, its always great reading the heartfelt feelings of a fellow die heart wolf. You keep smiling mate its a new year, it'll be another game and well all be chasing our tails. Let's hope its good news in every respect so best wishes to you your brother and all who post on here.

04 Jan 2021 06:51:29
Thanks abby ๐Ÿ‘
Same to you pal,
Have a nice day mate
Lol first mistake of the year ha ha I wrote the clock cards 4,1,2020.
Let's hope we all have a good year.
Ed047 I like to keep you on your toes ๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ‘Œ
Greyleg as I said before you're a legend ๐Ÿ˜‰.

{Ed047's Note - Iโ€™ll do my best Phil ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿคฃ

04 Jan 2021 08:51:48
You and ed001,ed047 and the other Ed's always do a great service for us fans.
Much appreciated ๐Ÿ‘.

{Ed047's Note - we do our best mate and itโ€™s always a pleasure

04 Jan 2021 14:13:15
He Phil,
Very pleaded to hear you had a great pre-match buzz and hopefully your chicken dinner with your brother was rather lovely.
Not the best second half or the worst I've seen from our team, but anyone reading some of the comments (In which all are entitled to there opinions) would think that we lost? came away with a point at brighton. I think I mentioned to you before, we did the home and away games v brighton, should have won, but we didn't, lost 1-0 can't remember the type of flak for that performance. Indeed when we played manure, lost 1-0, played well in my opinion, again I don't remember this type of flak, yet we lost 1-0.
For me,
It used to take me 4 days to get over a loss, coming home on that train, sometimes I could have jumped into a hole (note we drew v brighton) then I start to get the buzz for the next game, planning how to get there, train or bus, which team will the manager pick? which pub can I meet the rest of the fans in, so the buzz has now started again ready for friday, just got t the out the channel these days, some good news with players injury / signing would help.
Just one share,
I watched a sheff utd v liverpool, last year or year before (I think) with my good friend, a Liverpool home season ticket holder, Liverpool were poor, but managed 1-0 win. He moaned for the next 4 days about the performance, didn't mention the 3points WOW expectation.


04 Jan 2021 14:55:52
That's great to hear Craig, there is always the next match to look forward to.
My bro and I were talking about when we both went away to Brighton years ago at their old ground sure it was goldstone, non of us could remember the result but we both remember the buzz the excitement.
In these hard times surely we all should be happy that football is being played it's the best thing to look forward to in these uncertain times.
Anyway my brother enjoyed my cooking so I won before the match started.
I was in glee when Saiss scored the header and you were buzzing with me ha ha that replaces something of not being at the match amongst it with the fans.

04 Jan 2021 15:42:47
Yes Goldstone ground by the railway station. It should be mandatory to have at least 4 buzzing days a week.
Think we should have an away day memories page, you never know people on this site may have crossed paths? And enjoyed each others company.

04 Jan 2021 19:51:06
My last away game was Preston deepdale Lambert's first game in charge.0-0 bore draw absolutely dreadful game.
But made a day and night of it.

05 Jan 2021 09:48:08
I got that wrong my bro and I were at liverpool in the fa cup.
Sorry Ed001 for the reminder of our victory lol.

{Ed001's Note - it's ok mate, nothing like being reminded of the bad times to make you appreciate the good.}

05 Jan 2021 15:53:51
I remember going to Preston when they had the plastic pitch, that's a long time ago.
One of my favourite away days was Bournemouth, and this memory was shared on the wolves ay we site, with me standing next to a giant of a chap, think it had 2 or 3 hundred ๐Ÿ‘s comments. We were trying to get tickets off the wolves buy and sell site during the week, but nothing doing, we travelled down to Bournemouth on the Friday bright and early, again with no tickets, lots of wolves fans about that night, was great. We met a lot of lovely fans, all trying to help out with tickets. Saturday morning my wife got the ping, 1 ticket from the tatters wolves to pick up outside the ground, that's my wife sorted, well that's what I led her to believe lol. We walked down to the beach after breakfast, that was a killer as it's so steep, I spelled out the words wolves aye we in the sand, letter size about 10ft, my wife took the photo and put it on wolves ay we, wanderers boys we are hear. That was well recieved, however some fans wanted the e removed from aye, we had to decline as that trek was to much for us. Time to walk to the hotel where the team were staying, wolves shirts on and found the coach at the side and had my picture taken and put it on the wolves ay we site again. Then from nowhere this giant of a man in a Bournemouth tracksuit appeared, are you going to the match, I replied we only have 1 ticket, so I will have to wait outside for my wife, I said do you have any spare tickets, he said we don't give tickets to away fans, fair enough. Had my picture taken with him and put it on the wolves site for all to see, As he turned to walk away, he gave my wife his card and said give me a text in an hour and I will see what I can do. I looked at his card, player liasion oficer and low and behold it was Jimmy Glass, the goal keeper that kept Carlisle in the football league some years before. A bit later on he rang my wife and said, to go the ticket office and give your 1 ticket in and they will give you 2 in the wolves end. What a gentlemen he is, he went out of his way to help out total strangers with wolves shirts on. Off to the pub to tell our storey to the rest of the wolves, it was fantastic. We also met the Punjab wolves there, the dad and 2 sons that own a pub/ restaurant in wolves.
Jimmy Glass is a legend.
Have to catch my breath now lol.

05 Jan 2021 16:46:54
Brilliant read Sir Tatton,
Loved your story of your experience ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘.

06 Jan 2021 00:48:52
Loved the story!
Similar one when I went to an evening kick off at Watford a good few years back - mid 90s? - with a similarly aged lady - late 30s - she was a mad Wolves fan and my wife isn't really into football. We went straight from work, how I knew her, both v smartly dressed.
Sadly we didn't get there till after the game had kicked off and didn't have tickets and all the ticket booths had shut. We were milling around hoping to get tickets from a tout when a door in the main stand opened and we were invited in and taken to the best seats in the house right next to the directors box - no money exchanged hands. Never found out why but assume they thought that a middle aged (ish) couple in suits must have been someone important?
Sadly we lost 1-0 but a weird and I guess v lucky incident.
Normally at Watford, in those days at least, you had to walk miles through the allotments to get to the away end and with her high heels I was not convinced we would have got there till half time even with a ticket!

06 Jan 2021 05:49:42
Nice read Thefutureisoldgold.

07 Jan 2021 10:05:23
Thefutureisgold, I love hearing about these memories, certainly helps my buzz about our team and fans.
So glad I joined this group, and sharing with you guys/ gals.
Ps I have a few more to share with you sometime



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