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18 Sep 2017 12:27:38
Great win a Saturday. The quality of Jota, and Costa when back and fit, will get us those wins by the odd goal this season.
Looking at some the results on Saturday and the table it just shows how tough the Championship is.

It's still early and the league is therefore naturally a bit bunched up, but if Forest had nicked a second goal before us and hung on to win we would be 8th in the league.

If we are in the top 6 come January I think we will strengthen in the transfer window and have a great chance of finishing in at least the play offs.

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1.) 18 Sep 2017 15:12:54
We're doing all the right things. It's going to be about consistency. At this rate we'll get as much as 97 points but so will 2 other teams, with a handful more just behind. (2 points separating 6 teams) .

It's highly unlikely 3 teams will get 97 points - even one is rare, but that's the prize. A season of delivering these results will likely win the league. A dip in form will likely mean dropping a few places.


2.) 18 Sep 2017 22:50:20
Watch out for a glimse of my Wobbly Bobblies on Tuesday night - North Bank. I will respond to the song: "get yer balls out for the lads! ". Yes, they wobble, yes they bobble. Predict 4-0.


 

 

30 Jul 2017 10:41:32
I read the piece in the Mirror regarding linking us to Andre Gray.

One line that stood out was the following:

'Mendes, whose coterie of clients includes Jose Mourinho, Cristiano Ronaldo and Diego Costa, is in charge of the ins and outs at the Midlands club. '

I'm no legal expert, but surely the club should ask for a retraction. They have consistently said Mendes is not in charge of Wolves' transfer policy as it would be breaking football rules. This line is accusing Wolves of breaking those rules.

I hope they do ask for a retraction as there allegations can have a negative impact on the reputation of the club.

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1.) 30 Jul 2017 13:05:11
Clivewolves just sit back and enjoy the ride, some people are never happy, I supose you wish morgan and moxey were running the show with Lambert as coach losing at home.


2.) 30 Jul 2017 13:32:51
Totally agree Clive it's poor journalism.


3.) 30 Jul 2017 14:00:22
Why do you think that?


 

 

03 Jul 2017 10:48:39
Does the Neves signing make Costa staying even more likely? There doesn't appear to be any rumours going around about him leaving. I always thought he would leave, but now I'm more inclined to think he will stay, at least until January.

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1.) 03 Jul 2017 11:25:38
Guy on mol mix says costa was told, "his friends" would be joining him when he joined wolves permanently and more so called "friends" on the way.


 

 

23 May 2017 09:53:31
I was listening to the radio this morning and there was a an interview with Clarence Seedorf. He was interested in managing in England, and even starting in the Championship. Would this be chap we should be looking at. There aren't many who have won more than him as a player. He's played in several countries. He's still young at 41. He's played under many top managers. He has the name recognition that an international company like Fosun might be looking for. He hasn't much managerial experience, a brief spell at AC Milan and a club in China. Whenever I've heard him on TV as a pundit he comes across as very intelligent. I'm not saying he is in the running for the job, I'm just wandering if he is someone worth looking at. Plus we have Sherwin Seedorf who is a relation to Clarence so maybe that could be an influencing factor. What do you guys think?

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1.) 23 May 2017 14:06:41
Gotta say clive I thought to myself the other day about seedorf being wolves manager and I got to say he really appeals to me. Not sure he had the best of times at Milan in terms of results ect but I don't think there's many managers who would have at the time as they were in the process of selling the club and had sold all of there best players. I agree that he has the right stature within the game to attract the sort of players us fans crave for (weather mendes would allow it) and could possibly play the sort of expansive attacking football we are looking for. Also with Defoe going to Bournemouth and Afobe maybe being 4th choice striker behind him callum wilson and josh king would anyone take him back? I would in heart beat. UTW.


2.) 23 May 2017 15:01:01
To be honest wouldn't have him back now. Showed a lack of judgement moving to Bournemouth and looks like his career has stalled there.


 

 

31 Oct 2016 10:27:33
Out of the names being mentioned I'd have to go with Paul Lambert. He did good job at Norwich. Got them promoted from league 1, then promoted again the season after and kept them in the Premier League. His record at Villa wasn't good but Villa had some underlying issues which saw off quite a few managers, most notably drastic cuts to the budget, which he won't have to deal with at Wolves. As for his stint at Blackburn I think we saw on Saturday that that is another club with off field issues which can also effect performance on the pitch.

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03 Sep 2017 14:36:48
I don't think we should be negative, but equally we shouldn't be blindly positive. It will be interesting to see how we approach games as Santo has stated we will play our way whatever the opposition is doing.

If more teams play against us like Cardiff did it will be interesting to see how Santo responds. Cardiff got it spot on by having there fullbacks staying back and denying the space behind for Neves to pass in to for our wing backs. If the this fluid front three doesn't work how will Santo change it?

This isn't me being negative. While we have started well there will be a lot more questions to answer in the coming months.

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02 Sep 2017 08:14:58
It's nice of Shi to come out and explain what happened. But he also said in an interview that Lambert was part of Wolves DNA and he hoped he'd stay for many years. Then he sacked him a few weeks later.

Shi comes across as a nice man, but I do struggle to trust what he says.

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01 Sep 2017 16:12:48
Maybe he's a decent player and not just a marketing tool. We don't go round saying Bright will be used to market Wolves in Nigeria and the rest of Africa do we. Or maybe we should. Africa is a growing market as well.

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01 Sep 2017 10:22:44
I'm sure we will all 'get behind the players'. But to let Dicko go without getting someone better in, nevermind the fact we didn't get anyone, can't be good. I know Dicko wasn't great but he is still better than the invisible man.

Maybe we needed to sell Dicko to raise money for a new striker and FFP was a consideration after all despite what some have said.

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01 Sep 2017 06:52:49
At least we've got new lyrics to an old song.

NANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANA
WE AIN'T GOT A WOLVES NUMBER NINE!

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20 Sep 2017 16:56:22
Am I in a minority who doesn’t want Wolves to play Spurs at Wembley in the next round? I’ve always wanted to watch Wolves play at Wembley, but I’d rather it be in a cup final in front of 90,000 fans. If we play Spurs there there’ll probably be 25,000. I know we’ll take a few but playing at Wembley when it’s barely a third full wouldn’t be that great.

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01 Sep 2017 16:23:48
Three and a half Neymars.

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19 Aug 2017 18:32:48
Jorge Mendes was at the game apparently, so maybe a new striker is impending. He could have been there just to check on his players as well though.

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17 Aug 2017 18:44:56
To the best of of knowledge the Buckingham Group group is completely independent of Redrow. If you have evidence otherwise then please point me to it.

I don't what to get stuck in the past, but I don't think rumours should get mixed in with facts. I know 'alternative facts' has come into fashion, but I prefer regular old fashion facts.

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17 Aug 2017 14:39:45
Rushtonwolves - Morgan's company didn't build the stand.

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