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15 Feb 2017 21:27:09
Apparently lambert took the forwards to a local brothel to see if they could score. mason got injured undressing, bright shot over from 2 yards, Dicko couldn't find the box and poor john dadi came away with the Icelandic clap.

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15 Feb 2017 19:16:00
poor old costa he must be thinking why oh why did I sign a contract facts are the football was just as good under zenga and the poor players we have are being wheeled out week in week out lambert needs to act now to stop this decline!

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15 Feb 2017 18:55:03
As I watched the Wigan game last night the only thing I could think was that if only we had Texeira on the bench to turn the game in our favour. He has the ability to ghost past players and technically superior to anyone in our midfield. Ronan played well and is still very talented. However I think getting rid of Texeira is big mistake.

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15 Feb 2017 18:33:23
wolves to lose 5 - 1 against Chelsea
I feel really unhappy about wolves
glad I don't read all message else I would feel suicidal.

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15 Feb 2017 21:40:34
Only have to read yours to feel that way gee!

15 Feb 2017 13:10:40
Major problem at Molineux is. Molineux. It's not fit for purpose! First phase redevelopment John Ireland stand ( now Steve Bull ) was built in the wrong place, behind the old Molineux Street stand creating a huge area big enough for two football pitches. Billy Wright and Steve Bull stands are too far away from the pitch, even when full fans can't be involved with the game so the team gain no support from these areas of the ground. It's far to comfortable and easy for away teams, their wide players and players taking throw-ins never see a 'home' supporter. Doesn't make any difference who the manager is or who the players are we don't get any "home advantage" been like it for forty years (next year) it's not coincidence that all best performances are away from home. Top priority should be to make Molineux fit for purpose, a stadium people want to come to and be close to the action, then put a team in it and only then will the fans "together" with the team have a chance of making it the fortress owners and managers talk about. give us a chance! Did any of Wolves owners, board members etc go to Liverpool? So at least they know what a proper football stadium loos like.

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15 Feb 2017 19:05:09
Don't blame the players or the managers? Blame the lay out of the stadium? What a total load of horlicks! The stadium is lackin a quality team and manager! Fact.

15 Feb 2017 22:36:45
I'm afraid you got that one wrong! You may not like the ground as is! However, the priority has to be the team and what's happening or in our case not happening on the pitch. It's not just the ground. Get the team somewhere near the mark and the rest will follow. Molineux needs to be full, it isn't! It will only get that way when the team improve. Once again nothing to do with the ground. I agree it can be improved, it's an excuse to try and make out it's not fit for purpose!

We need to address the spine of the team and get some quality up front. Our strikers are putting a shift in but not doing what they are Supposed to do, strike, score goals. As for players given longer contracts, it just adds value to their sale worth when moved on doesn't it? ⚽️👍😉.

15 Feb 2017 22:47:23
Quite right PT. 👍👍😉.

16 Feb 2017 16:19:07
Why do most players who leave Wolves play better elsewhere? How are Burnley with their championship players winning week in week out? Why are West Ham finding it difficult in their new stadium miles away from the fans? Why do all stadiums in the country (new and old) build stands as close to the pitch as possible, if it doesn't really matter? Why are seats at each and of Steve Bull and Billy Wright stands always last to sell? I may be in a minority but I think it does matter and as we're not going up or hopefully down in the foreseeable future, Fosun have the money and "Bob the builder"already has the plans and probably knows somebody who'll do the job. If there's any ambition ther'll never be a better time.

15 Feb 2017 11:46:45
Morgan did invest in players. but just gave the money to the wrong manager. they got scared after Johnson and o'hara and never spent again. the only players I can recall being any good were at the time Doyle fletcher and geudora.

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15 Feb 2017 10:17:31
I don't think that I'd spend money on a season ticket to be happy when we lose. its just beyond me why fans have insisted we're on the up, when we're sitting 18th and have been for a while.

I can guarantee if we were in the top 9, I would ignore the faults and wouldn't spoil the party, but the fact is 18th is no party.

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15 Feb 2017 15:02:14
18th in league Wednesfield wolf, you are right is failure, we are still playing with Jacketts players plus kids and Jackett done better with no money to spend.
Long term contracts for Jacketts players, and we expected a football team when Fosun took over and ended up with a team of tries, who talk a good game but never change.
No wonder they are dropping season ticket prices, because we are sighning Sunday morning players on long term contracts, well not quite that bad.

15 Feb 2017 09:38:29
Lambert must surely know by now that major changes are needed in the summer.
Our defending of set pieces is appalling and poor in general our midfield has no creativity and our strikers no goals.
Fosun will need to dig deep to remedy this if we're to mount a promotion push next season.

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15 Feb 2017 12:53:51
I should forget about mounting a promotion push next season'relegation is creeping up on us'fast, the fans have been saying for a long time now where the problems are in the team and on the pitch and the people with the hands on the controls have done nothing to remedy the situation'
2 experienced c/ b's
1holding,1 attacking midfielder.
And an effective striker.

15 Feb 2017 09:23:19
Without doubt fosun have made mistakes but prior to there arrival there was no investment in the team for 3 years our squad is full of mediocre players assuming the long term goal is to compete at the top end of the prem how many are good eneough costa anyone else maybe some of the youngsters given time I don't get giving long term contracts to mediocre players they aren't good eneough but it would suggest they will form the basis of next years team so promotion challenge doubt it yes a goal scoring forward is urgently required but of more importance is a creator because sides have worked us out stop costa you stop wolves next summer will be very interesting re ins and outs.

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14 Feb 2017 23:32:13
Is it me or has Costa disappeared since we signed him on a permanent?

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