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04 Jan 2017 10:31:44
Wolves want Marshall and Marshall wants Wolves. However he is out of contract in 6 months time but Blackburn want £2m for him now. I think we should agree a contract for the summer rather than paying over the odds now. We won't be relegated so may be worth looking at a loan signing to replace Stearman or recalling EEL to play alongside Williamson.

Jas M

1.) 04 Jan 2017 15:12:33
I think we should sign sako a few million extra out of the billions in the bank won't hurt for a far better player. time for the owners to stop talking and start doing.

2.) 04 Jan 2017 16:18:14
They don't actually say much, though, Wednesfield.

3.) 04 Jan 2017 16:59:05
Ed can you please block anyone who mentions the name Sako! We do not need another left winger!

4.) 04 Jan 2017 18:15:11
Hypothetical situation: Cavaliero gets nobbled at the weekend and is out for 3 months. If John and Teixiera go back to their clubs as expected, who plays left wing? Ronan is highly talented but not strong enough for two games a week in the Championship and then we are left with Saville which should be a complete non-starter. Zyro won't be seen this season and Graham is still going to be months away from being upto match speed.

Sako therefore looks a good option to play either left wing or even in the hole/ free roll even if we have no injuries. Add to the fact he my help get the best out of Dicko, he knows the club and the majority of the supporters like him, £4m would seem a good re-investment.

I personally would prefer him over Cavaliero anyway - there is no final delivery from him from the wide areas; all our decent crosses come from Costa or Doherty.

5.) 04 Jan 2017 18:23:27
If sako does come back then I would play him upfront just because he's tall got a load of strengh skillful and can shoot.

6.) 04 Jan 2017 18:34:32
Sako is class and there is no doubt in my mind a player that would make us stronger. I'd even take Sako ahead of Costa because he can play a variety of positions. I can't understand why people have suddenly started having so many doubts about him. It would wake Dicko up again, too. When Costa goes back, only Graham can fill the void on that side so agree Sako would be an asset StattoWolf.

7.) 04 Jan 2017 18:56:46
In the long term, a front four of Sako, Dicko, Edwards/ Eno and Cavaliero would be very dangerous. I'm discounting Costa because he'll be going back very soon.

One quality defender and one more midfielder would be enough this window, imv.

8.) 04 Jan 2017 20:28:52
I actually would rather have Costa than Sako. I know he' s a fan favourite but I would rather invest in someone new, who could be like Sako or better than the real thing.

9.) 04 Jan 2017 20:43:55
Imagine all Costa, Sako, Dicko, Cavaliero and Eno together, with a sprinkling of Graham and Zyro. And for some reason people still think we need a forward. Sako IS that forward - he's a far more effective player than McCormack ever will be. The side would be raining goals with that lot in full bloom together.

Come on Jeff, bring the big man back. It's now, or never mate.

10.) 04 Jan 2017 21:02:25
I do think Sako could add something but I can't see us spending that kind of money in this window. We don't know how long Graham is off full fitness this season will probably tail away and I can't see us attracting anyone of significant quality why would you come to Wolves atm!? With the players we've been linked with I'm slightly underwhelmed. Would Lescott be worth a punt and how about Nugent albeit a tad old but we crave experience and he has a great Championship goal record.

11.) 04 Jan 2017 21:42:48
Sako would only strengthen the team. and if he was prepared to come back to us why wouldn't we take him. He's arguably a better winger than Caveliero and even Costa. You look at the clubs that yoyo from prem to championship they've all got strength and depth in numbers. we are thread bare when it comes to quality. ditch the no Gooders. Ide take sako over marshall all day. ide like at least 2cb an attacking midfielder and a striker PLEASE.

12.) 04 Jan 2017 22:08:55
A short video of our Chinese owners. Their philosophy seems to be about making people happy. Let’s hope they make us Wolves fans happy. I think it will be evolution rather than revolution.




28 Dec 2016 12:43:45
According to some sites, Bakary Sako is 2/ 1 to rejoin Wolves. Will he be here to bolster the squad or to replace Helder Costa? Cav and Costa have done well recently. Wallace we all know is not good enough but we also have Graham to come back soon and Zyro at the end of the season. Also, Sako is injured and due to go to the African Nations Cup so this must surely be in readiness for next season.

Jas M

1.) 29 Dec 2016 09:04:05
Jas M
Sako would be a good shout. Costa is on loan till end of season only and clearly could play in the PL. No way will he renew with Wolves unless we are promoted. Sako could get Dicko scoring again, they had a great understanding.

Who knows, the Big Sulk, Afobe, could return as well. He's not doing well where he is, maybe not quite PL class, but teaming up with Sako and Dicko could find his mojo again. SEB was top class for us in the Championship a few years ago but never cracked it in the PL.



16 Dec 2016 16:10:19
Helder Costa out of tomorrow's game. Wonder where any attacking play will come from.

Jas M

1.) 16 Dec 2016 17:50:31
To all you lambert fans what u reckon? I'm mr sherwoood through and through that would have been the answer and nobody agreed never mind hey ho it's nearly xmas.

2.) 16 Dec 2016 18:38:29
Sedgley, I still think the best man for the job was Allardyce but it never happened. I don't think we can judge PL just yet as the squad is not his. Once he brings his players in January he will not have the excuse and can then be judged. I personally think he'll get it right.

3.) 16 Dec 2016 19:39:04
Allardyce by a county mile Jas. They HAVE to back PL in Jan. I`m hoping Wlliamson can get a couple of games in with no more setbacks and be ready to step up then as well. Soooo much rubbish to clear out though.

4.) 16 Dec 2016 20:44:52
Probably Calverio and Dicko hopefully maybe Doc can grab another goal?

5.) 16 Dec 2016 21:23:23
Are people seriously questioning Lambert? I think we should give him until this time next year at least. I really don't think fosunare going to sack another manager anytime soon, but if they do at least we won't end up with Zola!

6.) 16 Dec 2016 21:58:16
That's Wolves fans all over one bad result and get rid. Stupid to even question Lambert at the moment he's only had 3 games and with someone else's players wombourneron you need to take a look at yourself.

7.) 16 Dec 2016 23:03:10
If I were Lambert, I'd shift cav to rm and give doc a go at LM with borthwick-jackson lb. Think it could be interesting with the goal scoring form doc is in. Thoughts?

8.) 17 Dec 2016 04:59:28
Think doc needs to defend better crosses come into our box to easily he his good going forward poor at what he should be doing defending new lb rb see if we can. buy mooy from man city for cm fefinatly don't need anymore wingers maybe get sinclair from wotford.

9.) 17 Dec 2016 07:34:00
Costa with be playing today been stated on twitter by tim spiers.

10.) 17 Dec 2016 10:27:22
Helda is the one standout player we picked up out of all the players signed. Just need another 10. 😉.

11.) 17 Dec 2016 10:39:42
Jtwolf and Darbowolf, where is the criticism of Lambert in this thread. Have we all missed something.

12.) 17 Dec 2016 11:28:55
williamson and graham will be back for january fixtures. may take them longer to regain their fitness.

13.) 17 Dec 2016 12:54:04
Of course, Sherwoods doing such a fantastic job with Swindon isn't he.

14.) 17 Dec 2016 13:02:07
Jas M it's from SedgleyWolf saying how good Sherwood is and he's storming the first division. You need to be realistic Lambert is not going to turn things around immediately it will take a few months and with his own players/ system. He's slated Gladon, said JDB is tired after no time off in 2 years so he is now realising what a job he has on his hands. Let's see what happens in January shall we before we judge if he's good enough or not.

15.) 17 Dec 2016 14:27:41
Really harsh to criticise Lambert, as the squad has been handpicked by Thelwell.
We will never move forward until Thelwell is relieved of his duties.
Can't believe he wasn't sacked by Shi this week.
We have a collection of Div 1 players, with a few exceptions, that will not be good enough to win that League next season, if we are there.
Over the last 3 seasons we have not addressed bringing in quality through the Spine of the side as a basic issue. depressing!

16.) 17 Dec 2016 19:04:17
To all the people keep harping on about I wanted sherwood I wanted big Sam get over it we got Paul get behind him he's got some1elses team let him put his stamp on it first b4 bad mouthing him nuthsaid great win 2day lads keep it up UTW.



31 Oct 2016 16:31:59
Shortlist whittled down to final 3:
Nigel Pearson, Paul Lambert and Tim Sherwood.

Jas M

1.) 31 Oct 2016 17:15:49
God help us if we end up with Sherwood.

2.) 31 Oct 2016 17:17:27
So I have heard.

Three managers who know the English game at this kind of level and have worked with a diverse team like Wolves is now. Don't know which I would prefer. They all have mixed records. Just have to hope we're one of the successes.

3.) 31 Oct 2016 17:27:49
If that is the final 3 il take any of them rather than our last two managers and interim manager! Some Wolves fans need to look where we are and not live in the past! At least Big Jeff has realised we need a British manager, with experience. 👍 If I had a preference it would be Lambert, but would back any of those 3.

4.) 31 Oct 2016 17:29:39
All three show a total lack of ambition.

5.) 31 Oct 2016 17:51:20
Really not sure who would be best but no-one has mentioned Graham Turner yet!

6.) 31 Oct 2016 18:03:33
I'd honestly be giving major consideration to giving the job to Edwards.

7.) 31 Oct 2016 18:13:33
Edwards! You did see the cack served up at Blackburn didn't you, tell you what let's get Saunders or Conner back in.

8.) 31 Oct 2016 18:34:25
Sherwood has done nothing but get sacked twice. Where is the experience of success in that? Pearson has the recent track record but seems to blow up under pressure so of the three I would prefer Lambert, however it just shows there aren't many good British managers any longer. That's the sad truth.

9.) 31 Oct 2016 18:56:15
Cmon let's just look at who's available at the moment. We've notngot a lot of choice and maybe Jeff should've listened to us all when we were asking for Bruce. For me Sherwood would give them a good kick up the arse. He didn't get Villa relegated and took them to FA Cup final so let's give him a go.

10.) 31 Oct 2016 19:00:04
Ideally, Paul Ince will get a management job elsewhere, prove himself and then take over here in a few years time. He has the drive and passion but we can't take the risk of his inexperience hindering us.

11.) 31 Oct 2016 20:19:04
Think Sherwood is the best of that bunch nothing would have stopped the Vile going down. If we don't have managers who have been sacked then we would ended up with no one. Fan power lost us Bruce last time sure we wouldn't be bottom half of Championship if he'd have come look what he's done at the Vile.

12.) 31 Oct 2016 23:05:33
Lambert now 4/ 9 favourite. Pearson 5/ 2. Sherwood 11/ 2.

13.) 31 Oct 2016 22:35:19
People need remember Sherwood got Spurs to 5th in premium league finish. prior to pochitino only Redknapp had done that good. Villa had been shite for ages. they were beyond help.

14.) 31 Oct 2016 23:39:54
Of the 3 I'd prefer Sherwood. He's younger and never been given a chance to establish himself. He would also bring in a backroom staff of Chris Ramsey and Leslie Ferdinand and possibly Ray Wilkins which will only benefit us. He wasn't allowed to bring Ferdinand and Ramsey with him to Villa and they really suffered coupled with a chairman who was unwilling to invest in the team. Sherwood is an excellent coach and highly regarded and could do a good job here if given time to imprint his vision on the team.

15.) 31 Oct 2016 23:55:14
Lowwolf, is being the Premiership champions showing a lack of ambition. Since it was Nigel Pearson players who achieved this event.

16.) 01 Nov 2016 00:22:43
I'm sure Vardy didn't play much under Pearson, or Drinkwater. And it was Ranieri who signed Kante. But to be fair he did sign Mahrez.

17.) 01 Nov 2016 00:38:10
Also, it was Ranieri who bought in Fuchs and Huth. Pearson hardly played Drinkwater, Mahrez or Vardy.

18.) 01 Nov 2016 08:54:37
Isn't life funny? We would have been better off keeping Jackett after all of this.

19.) 01 Nov 2016 09:08:57
Leicester fans accused their club of lacking ambition by appointing Ranieri. ManU on the other hand have gone for top names and haven't really done better than the tired team Moyes managed a few years ago.

It's partly luck. Sometimes the team gels, like Leicester did last season or the Spanish national team did for a few years. Sometimes it doesn't, like the "superstars" that Mick managed for us.

We might as well re-appoint Jackett or McCarthy as they haven't managed the players we now have at our disposal. There's no reason why either will do worse than the three names in the ring.

I am warming to Lambert at the moment. Sherwood might be a one trick pony and Pearson seems too much like Zenga to me.

20.) 01 Nov 2016 09:19:48
I don't agree, how often do managers achieve success everywhere they go? Remember Mcghee? was supposed to be the next Fergy. I believe in horses for courses. Would any of you take Eddie Howe? thought so, yet his previous job for Burnley his win rate was not good. We need a change in direction, Edwards just played the Zenga way which wasnt working. As for sticking with Jackett, don't make me laugh.
Lets get behind whoever it is, pearson or Sherwood for me.

21.) 01 Nov 2016 09:44:57
Good comment coolerboy, even great managers like clough, Stan cullis, mourenio pardon spelling got the sack.
Looks like we are going British and we can only pick from what's out there, so let's get on with it I would not choose Rob Edwards is team selection against Blackburn was a surprise to me with the team we were playing against and the form they were in, not positive enough for me with the team he chose that day, but that's not to say he will not be a good manager but for me no way at this present time.

22.) 01 Nov 2016 09:45:48
For anyone who's worried, I'm sure Shi knows what he's doing. I don't agree with Sherwood, either, but the reason is because he brings very strong back room staff. Pearson has the best win percentage (42%), Lambert (38%) .

23.) 01 Nov 2016 10:00:24
I have to agree with Paul Tamworth and others. Any one of the three contenders could work as long as they have full authority and give us 100% commitment. No point in dreaming about Big Sam or Eddie Howe. They are NOT interested. Get real.

Zenga was disappointing in the end, and he only had himself to blame. Commuting from halfway round the world, and not interested in the youngsters in the academy. Very cavalier. Our next manager must be totally and utterly immersed in the club.

24.) 01 Nov 2016 10:14:05
Pearson has done nothing on his own- witness Derby in the very recent past. For those of you shouting out "what about Leicester " I'd say that their success was probably more to do with Craig Shakespeare who is still there and doubtless had a major impact on the title winning side. These days the second in command or first team coach has to be looked at too because success or the lack of it isn't just down to the figurehead.

25.) 01 Nov 2016 11:29:49
Now that De Boer has been sacked I would like to bet will be linked with him now.



28 Oct 2016 23:16:22
Read somewhere that John De Wolf was an option. He has not managed since 2014 but should be considered for a coaching role by the new manager. He is a highly regarded pundit but could be tempted back to the club. We need someone who can work with the defenders and improve them.

Jas M

1.) 28 Oct 2016 23:46:02
Jas I think you need to forget sentiment after all he suggested Gladon and that hasn't turned out well so far.
We need to be realistic we are in a poor position and could do with experience I've gone t a feeling it will be McDermott not mentioned yet but still out there.

2.) 29 Oct 2016 00:31:30
Darbowolf. I'm not suggesting De Wolf as manager or head coach. I'm suggesting him as a defensive coach to work under the new manager.

3.) 29 Oct 2016 00:35:00
Also, we can't really judge Gladon after 1 game played for us.

4.) 29 Oct 2016 10:13:53
The more I think about it and read about him, I wouldn't be dissappointed if Rob Edwards was given the chance.

From what Coady has said in the E&S, he plays pressing determined football, Sounds like the players will give their everything for him. let's see what the performance is like this afternoon but if he does well in the next 2 games I will have no qualms him being the man.

5.) 29 Oct 2016 10:23:59
Why has nobody thought about Chris Houghton?

6.) 29 Oct 2016 10:34:59
Let's see how they get on today and I think Thelwell will be taking his time on this one. For the first time he could be held directly responsible for this decision.
One thing is we could do with a win today and probably won't get an easier chance.

7.) 29 Oct 2016 10:45:27
Stuu I remember the players talkin terry Conor up, look what happened, of course coady and others want a mate in charge! Be very uninspiring if that was Fosuns decision.

8.) 29 Oct 2016 11:09:18
Sometimes in life the answer is right under your nose! Edwards probably has two games anyway, then the international break, so let's see. If we win those games he could make a good caretaker coach until Big Sam is ready in January, if Sam's interested in the Wolves job. We should know by then if he's facing disciplinary proceedings.

I definitely wouldn't rule out Edwards for the permanent job either. The likes of Eddie Howe had to start somewhere, and Edwards knows the club inside out. Unlike Zenga, he is fully aware of our youngsters.

9.) 29 Oct 2016 13:18:08
I see what your saying Paul. I think Connor is different because it's obvious he's not a manager, where as Edwards could eventually make it as a manager. I'd prefer big Sam. But wouldn't be hugely disappointed if Edwards Pearson Pearce AVB ect got the job. I do think there are a few options out there.

10.) 01 Nov 2016 16:55:38
Yes, Edwards is a good stopgap, perhaps even more. As long as the Board or Thewell do not have a knee jerk reaction Since MM we've put up with three such reactions, four including Connor. We cannot afford another bad decision following the disaster that was Zenga. The names being put forward have rarely, if ever been successes, so why continue the habit of employing someone who has no real track record. Leave Rob Edwards there - he's certainly as good or better than Lambert, Freedman, Pearson and the rest [apart from Sam] all of whom have never set the footie world alight!




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14 Jan 2017 10:06:36
I see a few people are having a go at Mendes. I'll ask this question. Who brought Helder Costa and Cavaleiro to our club? Yes he also brought Tex, Silvio and Ola John but he had nothing to do with Gladon. Tex has looked good at times and Silvio looked good before he got injured. I don't see the issue.

Jas M

1.) 14 Jan 2017 11:45:39
Mendes isn't the problem it's Fosun who need to prove their ambition for our club because they haven't shown any at the moment.

2.) 14 Jan 2017 12:36:22
That's the trouble with we Wolves fans me included, we need to stop moaning and Let Lambert do is job and get behind him, so far he is doing a great job and also giving the kids game time is something no other manager as done, which makes sense really after the money we have wasted on players.

the kids coming through at those times had no game time in the first team so we moved them on to other clubs where they have made a name for themselves, which starts all the fans off me included saying why did we let him go.

Surely we have to realise the mistakes we have made and learn by them and start getting behind the players especially at home like Lambert is saying and start enjoying the ride and start climbing the table to safety first.

3.) 14 Jan 2017 14:01:35
Not shown ambition pull your head out mate seriously Fosun spent £14million in the summer on players most which haven't worked out sadly but they are learning from their mistakes we also have ffp rules to contend with too.
I don't think we'll see much activity in the Jan transfer window but I suspect come Summer there will be a lot of incomings and outgoings with some serious cash spent.
We could of spent a billion quid and you'd still moan no matter who our owner or manager is you always moan maybe you should go support Chelsea or something?
I can understand peoples frustration but we have to be patient.
You could always try to buy Wolves yourself though. oh wait.
Let Lambert and fosun do their job I have a good feeling about this combo.

4.) 14 Jan 2017 14:03:21
This is why fans r annoyed bigwolf, because we're lookin to climb this league to safety when it's only an average league.

5.) 14 Jan 2017 15:10:50
I likewise don't see much ambition shown by Fosun RKO.7 million of the 14 million you mention went on just one player, leaving the balance of 7 million for the rest.

If you really want to get to the Premier League you have to go about it man fashion and do everything possible to make things happen. Yes, the squad needs trimming there's no doubt about that, and it seems moves are taking place in that direction. After that you do all that is possible, as quickly as possible, to strengthen the team with quality players. I don't see this happening, at best we seem to be considering lower league players who are cheap. Newcastle for example are a team who has shown ambition and show a definite intent of returning to the Prem. If Fosun want it, they should demonstrate that they can make it happen, and leave no stone unturned, and not be led by someone like Thelwell (who gives every reason possible for why things can't happen) . So yes I agree with Paul Tamworth Fosun need to get a grip and show some ambition, to alay the fear that Jeff Shi's words 'Wolves will get to the Prem as quickly as possible and stay there' are not simply 'words' and nothing else.

6.) 14 Jan 2017 20:36:38
It's still 14 million though franko
Which ever way you spin it

7.) 15 Jan 2017 07:35:11
Fosun has invested in 12 new players how many would we have had under Morgan? The problem was the rush to get players through the door before season started we didn't scout them no manager to say what the team needed.

There is ambition just not direction but now we have Lambert we have the missing piece of the jigsaw he has 30 players he can use which he says is too many

Yes we would like better players but don't blame Fosun who thought they were doing that in August

Lack of ambition is Venkys who went from a Premier team under Sam to a relegation outfit today

8.) 15 Jan 2017 11:17:18
We fans will find out very quickly if Fosun are not true to there word because Lambert will walk if not given what he wants so let's enjoy ourselves everything is going great at the moment.



11 Jan 2017 23:37:50
Now that Williamson is fit and available, I think Batth should be taken out of the firing line and given time to recharge his batteries much like Iorfa and Hause. I believe he still has a lot to offer the club.

Jas M

1.) 12 Jan 2017 07:28:13
Its a tough call as he and Stearman were looking the part at Wednesday. But I agree with you.

2.) 12 Jan 2017 14:26:10
I think Danny is a great lad - he just needs development, something that he hasn't had as yet not having any senior guys to learn from - he will learn from Williamson over the next 2 years and will ultimately benefit.



08 Jan 2017 19:00:09
I know Mike Williamson played his 1st game for 14 months and looked the part by being tactically aware and organising the defence but can we not put too much pressure on him to turn out that kind of performance week in week out just yet and give him time to adjust to the pace of the league.

Jas M

1.) 09 Jan 2017 08:52:17
The important thing is Jas is Williamson passing on his know how to all our defenders. Every game he plays is gold dust for us in this respect plus he will be doing the same while he is in full training with the first team. In my view its vital to keep him fit



07 Jan 2017 09:02:07
I'm loving all the positivity of some of the fans who seem to think that success happens instantly. We need to be patient.

Jas M

1.) 07 Jan 2017 10:26:41
U need to wake up mate, we'd of made more progress if the villa owner had brought us.

2.) 07 Jan 2017 10:27:21
Patience is needed. However, if we are to progress goals are needed. Simple isn't it? We need investment at the sharp end a in the middle and back. So 3 minimum. Are we prepared to invest? That's the question. I don't believe we should be ripped off though! The longer we wait the more the players are going up in value or going to cost. Hmmm! Get on with it springs to mind. 👍😉

3.) 07 Jan 2017 11:35:23
Paul, are Villa in the play offs or fighting for top spot? He may have invested more money but let's not forget he also has the parachute payments to play with.

4.) 07 Jan 2017 20:33:00
Well said Jas. in lambert we trust.



01 Jan 2017 17:12:04
Players to go: Flatt, Wallace, Stearman, Borthwick Jackson, Evans, Ola John, Saville, Henry, Gladon. That should give us enough room to sign 2 CB, 1MF and 1 striker.

Jas M

1.) 01 Jan 2017 20:53:53
You obviously do not read what Lambert has said about Stearman.

2.) 01 Jan 2017 22:28:40
I have read what he's said however if Fulham recall him or we decided to get rid of either Batth or Stearman who would be easier to get rid of?

3.) 02 Jan 2017 08:27:03
your logic is as sound as someone coming in and offering £19m for BAtth - no going to happen.

4.) 02 Jan 2017 10:12:21
My logic is that obviously no one will be beating down the door the sign Batth, that's why it's easier to get rid of a player we don't actually own. What part of that doesn't make sense? Also did you really think I want us to sign all those ex players?




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16 Jan 2017 09:47:02
Been linked to Preston on a short term deal.

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15 Jan 2017 17:24:13
I mentioned Haller over the summer as he has a very good strike rate. There was a very tenuous link back then. Would be a very good signing. Look at his stats.

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14 Jan 2017 09:50:42
Wavidsmith, when did Mendes fly out to China then? I'd use another airline if I was him because Nazon has been training with the team for just over 2 weeks. I hear you can get to China in about 10 hours nowadays.

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14 Jan 2017 00:53:09
Borthwick Jackson and Ola John have both left or are due to go imminently. I personally don't see what Duckens Nazon will bring to the team as his stats aren't particularly good. For him to go into the U23 squad is perplexing. Mind you that's probably the reason I'm not a football manager. Hopefully Lambert knows something that the stats are hiding.

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13 Jan 2017 18:03:53
Hardly news though Felix considering he's been training with us for the last 2 weeks.

Jas M




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15 Jan 2017 14:18:50
A car drove into it. Drink driver. Think it was early hours of this morning and not football fan related.

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15 Jan 2017 00:23:20
We play the winner of Liverpool/ Plymouth away on 28th Jan with a 1230 kick off.

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14 Jan 2017 01:14:55
Connor Hunte was booted out of Chelsea due to his behaviour. He signed for Wolves and initially looked the part but his attitude has gone downhill recently and we have decided to cut our losses and let him try to build his career elsewhere.

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12 Jan 2017 16:46:22
I met him outside the ground years ago when Geoff Thomas was riding around on the bike with no tyres. I met the whole team after training and spoke to Taylor who was frustrated as the medical team had told him that the defender he was trying to sign had an injury preventing him from ever playing at the highest level. Turns out it was Ronny Johnsen who signed for Man Utd a year later and won the European Cup in 1999.

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12 Jan 2017 14:48:17
I for one am grateful for the things he did at our club. It was him who got us off the car park and onto proper training pitches. He set up the youth system which produced Robbie Keane, Lescott, Murray etc and he also signed my favourite ever player. John De Wolf. Ultimately football is a results business and his hands were tied by having Stowell, Masters, Thomas, Froggatt, Daley and Bully out for a long period at the same time. Had they stayed fit, we'd have been promoted. RIP.

Jas M

{Ed001's Note - he was such a genuinely nice guy, it is a sad loss.}