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12 Aug 2019 17:22:21
The Premier League will regret sterilising the game in this Country, if you can’t celebrate a goal after a quick glance at the ref and his assistant with the flag, then we might as well all watch on TV. The Premier League should play no part in ruining the greatest spectator sport in the World.

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 12 Aug 2019 19:17:01
Agree 100%.

VAR is 100% correct but at the same time totally, completely and utterly wrong.

To paraphrase an old Morecambe and Wise story : VAR - the box they buried football in.

{Ed001's Note - it is not 100% correct, there were at least 2 goals I saw scored at the weekend that it should have disallowed for fouls in the build up but they only looked at the offside. It was meant to be used to check for fouls missed in the build up.}

2.) 12 Aug 2019 20:41:34
VAR might be taking enjoyment out of the game. But many people have been complaining about referee decisions for a very long time.

It wasn't VAR that cost us the goal so much as the new rule about handball. Without VAR, a vigilant ref would still have disallowed that goal. Although last season it would have stood.

Let's be honest, we wouldn't have wanted an illegal goal to have stood if it was against us.

3.) 13 Aug 2019 12:48:37
But var missed the blatant shirt pull on Boly though, pic in sightings.

4.) 13 Aug 2019 15:04:44
Yes, it still isn't perfect. Or rather the dude watching it isn't.

5.) 13 Aug 2019 19:42:07
Complaining about referees is part of the game. and they love it, makes them important, VAR”s trying to make ‘em redundant.

6.) 13 Aug 2019 20:09:45
Especially if that dude is Jon Moss! And guess who's got the Man U gig? I don't think I can take all this nonsense this season! And aren't they ( the proper refs) supposed to watch it on a tv monitor before getting it completely wrong?

7.) 14 Aug 2019 23:46:43
Dude watching it was Jon Moss, guess who’s reffing our game against Man Utd.



15 Feb 2019 14:43:52
Hope Nuno’s treating Sunday’s game seriously and doesn’t make unforced changes, no second chances this time, extra time and penalties. Just go and get the job done and try to stay on our bench!

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 15 Feb 2019 21:23:58
I fear there will be lots of changes again!

2.) 15 Feb 2019 20:58:02
Haha yes that's right about Nuno.

Apart from Ruddy and probably Saiss and Traore I think he will start with the usual 11

I see Guardiola is saying Newport are a strong team and it will be a tough match because they are better in some areas he's already making excuses not like Nuno who just gets on with the job.

3.) 16 Feb 2019 14:09:15
I query if Pep is making excuses at all. First if all I think he is playing mind games in complimenting the opposition. It makes them better disposed to the visitors. Secondly he is motivating his players so that they don't under-rate Newport. Man City will probably win 5-0.

4.) 16 Feb 2019 18:12:55
Maybe but Nuno doesn't do that either not publicly anyway.



02 Feb 2019 18:50:58
Steve Bull stand closed / Steve Bull stand open - not many expected / loads expected - buy tickets for a different stand / could have sat in season ticket seat - anybody know what’s going on up the Molineux?

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 02 Feb 2019 19:29:57
Didn’t the police originally want the Steve Bull upper closed? After the shrews fans started trouble at their place.
They didn’t want the risk of objects being thrown down.

2.) 02 Feb 2019 19:50:57
Stop moaning
They didn't expect so many fans. let's show em and fill the ground.

3.) 02 Feb 2019 21:18:03
Who’s moaning? Every game’s a big game why would you even think about closing a stand?

4.) 02 Feb 2019 19:49:25
Their ticket site, and organization is rubbish Oxley Moor. Given the initial information and being very busy this week i left it until this morning to try to buy tickets. Sold out apparently, but fair play to the fans. What brilliant support we have now. Could only hear one set of fans singing again today ( a recurring theme this season! )

5.) 03 Feb 2019 13:11:44
I went on line to the ticket site, half an hour after they went on sale to ST holders. Waited in the queue for around 8 minutes, then sorted my ticket within 2-3 minutes. By the time I’d put my card in my wallet, my ticket email had arrived in my ‘in box’, I don’t think that’s too bad a service at all.



29 Jan 2019 15:32:03
Big Club, want to sign Jonny for 18m - little Club mentality, reduce prices for cup replay “So new fans can come because all games sell out” then announce Steve Bull stand closed, what a strange decision - If you can’t sell tickets why not GIVE them to schools in the area (Bit like what Man Utd do)

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 30 Jan 2019 10:15:44
Great comment oxley Moor Ron, why don't we open Steve Bull and fill it with school children for free with the tickets we cannot sell against the shrews. after all they are the next generation of Wolves fans and with the ground full every week it seams the only chance they have of watching there team and also it will create a better atmosphere.

Definitely think the club should do something when matches like this happen, also let's not forget in my opinion we should be going all out for a good cup run, our best chance for years of going a long way with a bit of luck, like we had in last match against the shrews.

2.) 30 Jan 2019 12:20:08
This seems to be the right thing to do for good reasons. Come on Geoff tell us why not.

3.) 30 Jan 2019 17:35:37
steve bull upper closed due to trouble at shrewsbury police want fans kept well apart can only blame the idiots for this one!

4.) 31 Jan 2019 01:04:42
Whole stadium would be closed every game if you’ve got to keep idiots apart.



15 Jan 2019 00:08:26
According to match stats we only committed three fouls, one was a red card and one a penalty, must be some sort of record.

On the bright side, by the end of the month we could easily be seventh or eighth in the PREM and in the FIFTH round of the cup. Think we’d have took that back in August.

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 15 Jan 2019 19:40:44
Yes we are still in the mix the position isn't so critical because only a few points separate the mid table teams

Would have taken 15 points above relegation zone at the start of the season.

No shame against city this was the hardest match for us based on last season and they really only scored on from their own boots in open play we weren't humiliated.




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17 Aug 2019 20:45:30
Watched Man City match (in the pub) don’t care who wins, City score injury time “winner” . everyone watching know it’s a goal, everyone in the Etihad know it’s a goal, all the betting firms know it’s a goal, yet it’s ruled out by one mans opinion who’s watching on TV. Monday when all teams have played twice, put VAR back in the box before this season is a joke.

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 17 Aug 2019 21:57:53
I agree Oxeymoron, but now VAR is in it will never be scrapped. We can only hope it will improve but I very much doubt that will happen. RIP football as we know it!

2.) 18 Aug 2019 10:59:00
Oxymoron! Hadn't made that connection before. So bad it's very good :-)

3.) 19 Aug 2019 17:50:08
VAR is here to stay. The technology is well-established in other sports. By the way, VAR didn't rule out legitimate goals for Man City and Wolves. It was the rule change that said that any handball, however unintended in the build up, would nullify the goal.

If the handball rules had not been changed, the recent Wolves and Man City goals would have stood. VAR is not to blame!



13 Aug 2019 20:02:50
What’s next? A camera watching the video referees with pictures relayed back to where the match is being played, then we’ll all not have a clue what’s going on.

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 14 Aug 2019 13:08:14
Don't give them any more ideas mate.



13 Aug 2019 20:01:20
Offside rule needs putting right! If you’re offside when the ball is played whether it comes to you or not, you’re offside, how can a player not intentionally trying to gain an advantage be given 1mm offside while his teammate can be 10 yards offside and deemed not active when a couple of seconds later he’s scoring the goal. The game desperately needs sensible people setting the laws.

Oxley Moor Ron

1.) 14 Aug 2019 19:08:08
If he goes on to score then it's an offside goal and won't count that's happened before and it's really complicated for refs to remember each player not interfering with play they get it wrong sometimes

When would the ref blow the offside whistle Ron if the player doesn't touch the ball?

2.) 17 Aug 2019 15:09:46
That would be the linespersons job.

3.) 19 Aug 2019 10:01:01
I've played (long long time ago) and watched the game over the years and rules have come and gone. Some to speed the game up, some to protect, some just totally baffling, the offside is one of the latter. Now we have the 'accidental handball' fiasco too. One seems to be ignored in foul throw ins. I really am a cynical old sod, but what input does TV have? The digitised lines the multi angles the advertisement breaks between the pundits claptrap.
Let's watch the match, cheer and curse and argue ourselves blue in the face in the pub after the game. it's all becoming cruise missile reffing and sad.



08 Aug 2019 14:418:18
This transfer window has shown how desperate Clubs at the top have become! City desperate to stay top, Liverpool desperate to catch them and the other four desperately trying to grab Champions League places while looking over their shoulders trying not to inevitably slip into mid table. Keep raiding Leicester and Southampton isn’t going to keep the chasing pack at bay for much longer.

Oxley Moor Ron



18 Jul 2019 10:43:19
Strange how things work out, got the game that should have been the FA Cup final after all, can see it getting quite serious.

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14 Aug 2019 23:46:43
Dude watching it was Jon Moss, guess who’s reffing our game against Man Utd.

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13 Aug 2019 19:42:07
Complaining about referees is part of the game. and they love it, makes them important, VAR”s trying to make ‘em redundant.

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08 Aug 2019 13:39:02
Just keep doing what we’re doing, sit back and watch “the big six” buying players who wouldn’t get in our team for ridiculous amounts of money, they sure are pushing up the value of our squad.

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08 Aug 2019 14:38:41
As for signing an attacking midfielder I’m pretty sure Neves was that player in the Championship but is playing a deeper role in the Prem to protect our defence, perhaps that’s why Nuno’s looking at defenders.

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17 Jun 2019 08:53:09
Can we make Paul Daniels disappear, that would be magic.

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22 Aug 2019 15:29:56
Can see Nuno searching through posts on these pages by us people with silly made up names to get ideas to improve HIS team, wonder why he needs all those coaches?

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20 Aug 2019 22:16:08
Thought Pogba done the decent thing, after going looking for a pen, didn't want Rashford to take it cus he knew he'd score, now they're deciding who's going to take their next one, on Saturday against Palace.

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20 Aug 2019 08:50:37
Sky don’t like us proving so early in the season one of their favourites won’t be in the title race (again)

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13 Aug 2019 19:22:20
Why should we accept VAR? Did anyone think to ask the fans if we wanted it? Let’s have a referendum - stop the madness, or just sit in silence while somebody not in the Stadium decides if a goal has been scored or not.

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05 Aug 2019 17:31:17
If they don’t want to come we don’t want ‘em - Man Utd and Everton paying well over the odds as they’re “the other Club” and being overshadowed by their neighbours.

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