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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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26 Aug 2016 07:34:36
So Gianluca Zambrotta visited Compton. Shame he isn't five years younger and wanting to finish his career at Wolves.

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1.) 26 Aug 2016 08:18:32
Where have you heard this?


2.) 26 Aug 2016 09:24:39
He was posing in a photo with Zenga. I think the official Wolves twitter posted it. Most likely just visiting as a friend of Zenga. I think he manages in India so maybe just popping in for some advice and experience.


3.) 26 Aug 2016 10:07:04
He was here for pre season with his Indian pl team from deli was amazing pick 2 Italian legends both at wolves.


 

 

23 Jun 2016 12:14:39
I reluctantly voted to remain in the EU. I don't like either option really, but I felt being part of market without trade barriers was better than being outside. If the remain side do win, I hope it causes enough of a shock in Europe to make some real change.

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1.) 23 Jun 2016 12:41:46
Knowin what u know now about the eu would u of voted to join? If the answers no why have u voted remain? Each to their own but I've voted out.


2.) 23 Jun 2016 12:59:54
I have voted out, don't want to be told what to do by a majority European elected government who we now nothing about which keeps taking but gives nothing back, need to get out now
Reminds me of a certain Mr. MORGAN at Wolves were he keeps taking and gives nothing back.
Coming out of Europe and New Owners for my beloved WOLVES are my 2 wishes.
One can only hope.


3.) 23 Jun 2016 14:07:21
clive if you voted remain but want a shock to the eu wasnt that a bit of a wasted vote, you do relise we are chained to the eu market,5th biggest economy on the planet'who do you rreally think gains from us staying in, not us but the failing states of europe'think bigger picture, look beyond to the other markets we will be excluded from because of eu meddling.


4.) 23 Jun 2016 14:09:30
bigwolf, if they were elected by the populace it wouldn't be so bad, you could vote them out'but they ain't are they, its all done behind closed doors.


5.) 23 Jun 2016 15:28:05
Don't want another emigrant coming here unless he's some mega rich Chinese intent on buying wolves and doing an LCFC with us
Had enough, I'm out.


6.) 23 Jun 2016 16:30:27
Doog2. I think you mean immigrant. Emigrants are the people leaving this country.

No vote is a wasted vote. The one's who have the ability to vote and don't are the ones wasting it.

I did give it serious thought over the last few days. I, like I suspect many, want to trade freely with Europe without all the other nonsense. But if we leave we will still have to pay to access that same market and abide by the same rules. It's better to be there and have influence others, and where possible veto any decisions.


7.) 23 Jun 2016 17:01:28
The veto we have Clive ain't worth the breath that 1st mentioned it in europe.
Anyway enough politics, it's a football site so I'm told.


8.) 23 Jun 2016 17:11:22
Thats the problem we have NO influence none. They give us 60% of our laws now how does that work when we didn't vote for them and the laws usuaully do not suit our needs.
The system is broken it has never been updated, They want us in as other countries want out and if we go others will follow for sure, Holland for one.
I voted out it is the only thing they will listen to. Trade or no trade it is not worth what we have to pay in and actually restricts who we can trade with in the rest of the world, how clever is that?


9.) 23 Jun 2016 17:59:58
Britain and Influence in the EU? 😂😂😂 Were looked upon like something on the bottom of your shoe!


10.) 23 Jun 2016 18:31:24
You are right jimmyjones. But at least it was a different discussion to somebody having a source telling them Joe Bloggs is buying Wolves and then never happening.

By the way, has anybody else heard about this billionaire called Joseph Bloggs buying the club? A source close to the club says it will definitely happen in the next 10 years.


11.) 23 Jun 2016 21:03:46
I voted tactically to leave. I believe our best interests are in a by narrow REMAIN vote. This will be a yellow card to the EU. Reform, or we demand another referendum within five years. I assume the bookies are right about a large remain vote, therefore I voted leave to do my bit in securing a narrow main vote.


12.) 23 Jun 2016 22:23:28
Well done deep throat I agree.


13.) 23 Jun 2016 23:19:13
13% of our laws are EU generated not 60%. Veto is worth paper it is written on as has been used successfully in past and could be used in future if we remain. fastest growing economy in Europe has been achieved in EU and through access to single market All respected economic forecasts say Brexit will damage economy. Migration has brought huge economic benefits to the country and many of our institutions, most notably the NHS would collapse without immigration. Days of Empire and Ruling the Waves are long. We do however still sit a centre of the financial world with the City of London retaining its pre-eminence. Why jeapordise all we have gained through past involvement in the single market for some out-moded idea of past glories. We are a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural success story and we should all be proud of that and recognise that we are what we are because of our long history of immigration. I voted Remain and fear for our future if the result goes otherwise.


14.) 24 Jun 2016 07:02:16
Oh Scottish eloquently presented and I agree with every word. But what chance is there arguing against the propaganda of the popular media and Boris. We've walked into this with oureyes wide shut, but I guess that's democracy.


15.) 27 Jun 2016 14:30:26
It's the bureaucracy, the cost, the gravy train for some and the unfair voting system. 28 countries with equal voting rights irrespective of their financial committment. 3 billion euros wasted every year just because the parliament moves to Strasborg for a few days every month, just to keep the French happy. I'd be happy to stay in the EU if there was a complete overhaul but that won't happen. It's a house of cards now.


 

 

 

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21 Jul 2017 10:40:06
Beware the Youtube clips.

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20 Jul 2017 08:45:01
But he is good enough for Norwich.

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07 Jul 2017 07:14:43
Best wishes to Carl and his family.

And Wavidsmith, that dig at 'Ronaldo and the like' was completely unnecessary. Shame on you.

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06 Jul 2017 09:14:26
If we play 3 at the back with Big Willy in the middle, I think we know what that makes the 2 playing alongside him.

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02 Jul 2017 14:14:41
So we could have a Willy at the back and a Dicko up front.

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09 Jul 2017 06:26:43
It's my understanding FFP rules are breached if a club makes £39 million in losses over a three year period. This only covers transfers and wages, not infrastructure spending. As we don't really know the sums as to how much we have spent or taken in it's hard to say how close we are to breaching FFP rules. Transfers fees might be reported as a certain sum, but in terms of FFP we might still be okay. For instance the Neves deal is reported to be £15 million, but that could be paid in stages and fit within a three year period.

That's my understanding, but I could be wrong.

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07 Jul 2017 07:16:26
It wouldn't surprise me if they even delayed it until Monday, or at least leave the press interviews until then.

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27 Jun 2017 12:16:24
I believe Edwards is still on holiday. He wasn't at the first day of training so I doubt he would have come back for the kit launch.

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14 Jun 2017 14:38:58
I’ve seen a lot of names being spelt wrong on here but that one takes the biscuit.

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03 Jun 2017 15:09:58
I would imagine Tony Daley went to university or college to get the necessary qualifications to become a fitness coach. It could have been that his own fitness problems inspired him to follow that career path, and in no way would his fitness as player impact his ability to be a fitness trainer.

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