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20 Jul 2020 22:10:25
Any news on Nuno's contract?




12 Jan 2018 21:03:36
Is there any news on Karl?


1.) 12 Jan 2018 21:50:16
only news at moment is bad news chin up karl wanderers no 1.

2.) 13 Jan 2018 17:28:58
Thanks Billy. Would love to hear he has won this one.

3.) 13 Jan 2018 18:25:22
Mendes and Fuson big boss at match 🐺🐺😯😈.




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08 May 2024 14:05:34
Not footie, but one for the biker fans, I think there are some Wolf Bikers. I am currently travelling through France in the Ardeche, Auvergne and part of the Cevennes. All very mountainous with fantastic views, plenty of hairpins and sweeping curves. Frequented by many bikers of a certain age having a ball. I wondered if any on here had ridden this way. Longmynd, Ken etc


1.) 08 May 2024 17:38:19
Lucky you. I and my brother went down that road 1980. From Paris to Marseille. The last ride in France was down the N85 Napoleon route a couple of years ago. Have a nice ride. Keep on the right side of the road.

2.) 08 May 2024 19:09:09
WimborneWolf. I’m not a biker, never have been. But I envy you having that freedom and scenery. I think I speak for all Wolves fans on here, when I say - enjoy yourself, but please take care in those hills and hairpins. Ride safely buddy,

3.) 08 May 2024 22:40:39
Hi Wimbourne, sounds like you're enjoying your trip. I think I drove that road many years ago but sadly not on a bike. Maybe I'll get to do it on two wheels one day as I've been thinking about a good overseas ride.

Plenty of good rides here in the meantime so looking forward to a better summer than last. Plus, my bike isn't exactly what you might consider to be a tourer, lol.

4.) 09 May 2024 10:35:04
My daily bike had a breakdown just before leaving home so I used my BSA spitfire down to Corfu. Just don't tell your bike it's not a touring bike and it will be ok.

5.) 09 May 2024 20:30:56
Few years ago we did the Pico's in Spain back into Santander then through the Pyrenees into France. Had a great time. Ferry back Cherbourg to Poole.
Last year and one for you to consider. We did Black forest Germany B500 Baden Baden through Switzerland, along many of the passes. Austria, Belgium, then back via Holland. Again, great riding. There's also the Wild Atlantic way which is great, and of course Scotland, which is fantastic.

6.) 10 May 2024 07:36:14
A Spitfire, now there's a proper bike.



23 Mar 2024 19:53:58
Watching England, which I rarely do As I am getting on and time is valuable. Can someone please advise me as to why Maguire is in this team?


1.) 23 Mar 2024 21:10:04
Southgate’s love child maybe

2.) 23 Mar 2024 21:41:33
He must have some dirt on Southgate. Why else would he continually be picked.

On another note, we'll done to Joao Gomes on his debut. Looked good in the middle of the park. The 1st of hopefully many more caps.

3.) 23 Mar 2024 21:57:02
Southgate's favourite. Apparently he plays well with Stones. Thought he was poor again tonight and a poor back pass nearly cost us. Bin him.

4.) 23 Mar 2024 22:59:58
Jas, according to the match report on BBC, Joao was voted Man of the Match

5.) 24 Mar 2024 06:34:49
Watched some of the game last night, but like most fans, not enthused. I feel we are missing an opportunity. We have a choice of players with the ability to win the Euros comfortably.
Sadly we don't have a manager to make the most of the great talent available.
Not using a friendly to try others at CB and yet again pick a guy who doesn't even player regular team football, is a really poor lack of judgment.
Also THE RB is past his sell-by date, why not try a youngsters in Shaw's absence?
Brasil had lost their last 3 matches, so not a great threat, but they looked more like a team and a 17 year old scored one and missed a second big chance!
I was following on live text and when the manager made changes, the comment was, so no change to tactics, like for like subs.
Sums him up, so conservative with his approach. He is out of date with his strategies and would not get a job with most Premiership Clubs.
On the positive side, thought Gordon did well.
Great to see our second-best Brazilian get ratings better than most of the England players!

6.) 24 Mar 2024 08:59:51
Since euro 96 I've lost interest England.
Nice tribute for Terry venables.

Superb by Liverpool Ed001 to give sven g.erickson his life long dream to manage Liverpool.
John Aldridge Ian rush legends.

{Ed001's Note - really good game as well and so nice that Sven made tactical changes to win it.}

7.) 24 Mar 2024 09:09:41
Chuffed for you Ed001.

{Ed001's Note - I am just hoping it raised a lot for charity and that Sven got the most out of it. Watching him come out to a roar from the Kop did bring tears to my eyes I have to admit.}

8.) 24 Mar 2024 09:32:46
Only 2 players got an 8 rating in the Times - Paqueta and Gomes, none for England as per. Well done Joao.

I was happy with Southgate until recently, we were so close to winning something. He's just not able to manage a game. His initial set up yesterday seemed ineffectual, it needed tweaking. Individually a few of the England team played well but we were never a threat in open play yet nothing was altered it appears. As said above, like for like subs. GON is far less experienced but he alters setups mid game more often than not.

It's too late to change now, but I think he'll walk in July, if not I think we're wasting the most talented England squad ever.

9.) 24 Mar 2024 09:37:37
I stopped watching England the day grealish got called up pretty petty I know but I can’t stand the cheating little git from what I can gather I haven’t missed much either I was more interested in our little Brazilian master than englands performance

10.) 24 Mar 2024 10:04:20
Here here Ed001re raising for charity why it means something for me to post to you.
It's the nice side of the football community even though I'm a yam yam wolves fan.

Mac, grealish hasn't turned up any trees at man City I dislike the bloke too.

{Ed001's Note - that is what football clubs should be about - the local community that they draw their original fanbase from.}

11.) 24 Mar 2024 11:05:09
Very true Phil for me it was just the fact that for years we absolutely crucified foreign players for cheating and diving then all of a sudden it’s ok for an English player to start doing it I won’t have it I’m afraid. All his diving does is slow up play if teams want to press quickly. If Southgate’s happy with that then he’s not the man for the job.

12.) 24 Mar 2024 11:45:50
Southgate always was and will always be a Yes man to the FA. I remember the good old days when Bobby Robson, Terry Venables, Glenn Hoddle and Kevin Keegan selected players based on form, not the club you played for.

13.) 24 Mar 2024 17:12:02
Like you mac, I've given up on England. They turn up now more interested in themselves than being proud to represent the country. The FA just hijack games for money and commercialism. I just can't find the passion to enjoy it.

14.) 25 Mar 2024 10:21:53
England since 96 we've disappointed in every tournament.
All the golden generation Beckham lampard Gerrard deville shearer etc etc couldn't get past q/f.

Southgate has actually got us to 2 semi and a final.

Its all the same o same o qualify and fail in tournaments.

15.) 25 Mar 2024 10:23:44
Heard on Radio Wimborne Southgate picks maguire from how he performed at previous tournaments.

16.) 26 Mar 2024 17:25:40
Southgate really showing he picks his team and squad on sentiment alone and not form or ability. Handed rice the arm Band on his 50th cap wow what a way to run our national team. I bet he throws him a tea party with fairy cakes too, Pathetic



28 Feb 2024 21:46:53
Yes!, What a great week. And home v Coventry in the 1/4s.




24 Feb 2024 10:09:56
Double page spread on GON in Mail on Saturday sports section. Good read.


1.) 24 Feb 2024 21:49:22
Yes agree. When we beat shef utd
We leapfrog Newcastle
, ??⚽⚽

2.) 24 Feb 2024 23:59:52
Results went for us today, so we need to beat Sheffield tomorrow. I did predict a Wolves victory 2-0, but I'm feeling more positive now. Going 4-0 with goals from Hwang, Neto and Sarabia.

3.) 25 Feb 2024 02:36:00
Actually Greyleg if we beat Sheffield we leapfrog Chelsea, West Ham and Newcastle to go 8th. No wonder the media are all over GON.

It is nice though to have a great young English Coach at the helm doing so well. Where's all the 'Wolves are dead certs for relegation' pundits now?

4.) 25 Feb 2024 06:32:17
As you say Long.today is a great opportunity to move to the heady heights of 8th!
However, a tricky game to negotiate. SU will, I assume, "park the bus".
I am optimistic the team will but aside the disappointments of the last two home games and move us to 38 points.

5.) 25 Feb 2024 09:24:03
Tbh Rugeley given their goals against stats anything short of a win would be so poor, given that every in form team that's played them recently has thrashed them.

6.) 25 Feb 2024 10:47:29
Excellent article by Oliver Holt. An enjoyable read by a decent journalist makes a nice change to have column inches in the Mail that stay on the online pages for more than a day! Although they expect you to pay extra to read it! I read it on another site that it had been copied to.



24 Dec 2023 12:23:23
Interesting comments today in the Sunday Times sports section. Columnist Martin Samuel, no fan of Fifa or Eufa, and less so of the A22 group mocks their belief in a Super League and trusts the fans will always be the final arbiter of a successful competition. Steve Parrush, Chairman of Palace, does however raise a fear that the ruling has ramifications. 'plenty of things within Uefa' s orbit that are now open to challenge. Financial rules for one. ' and their proposal for coefficient qualification, hastily dropped after the super league fiasco. He fears a Kerry Packer style hit on football, not long lasting, but changing the game forever.





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20 Aug 2023 11:56:22
If it is a sale the timing seems strange. Fosun is a global investment company and would have been more likely to sell when Wolves were a more attractive prospect. At present they are a club hindered by FFP, which will be the same for a new owner, and a possible scenario of championship football on the horizon. It is possible Fosun are under pressure to raise cash, but what they would get for Wolves is small beer.




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18 Jun 2023 18:27:56
He is big enough to make his own decisions, been a star for Wolves. I hope it all works out for him.




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27 May 2023 21:41:07
Rated. What would you bet on it?




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02 Oct 2022 16:03:50
They are gone.




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02 Oct 2022 15:35:03
Good news.





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15 May 2024 08:38:20
We have had an end to a season which has been hampered by injury, and players knackered by overperforming for anew manager to keep us clear of relegation, plus playing the top teams in our run in, and boy has that brought the whingers out. I would have given a lot for a mid table finish 3 days before the season. Well done all at Wolves, an overall great performance.




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12 May 2024 20:37:56
123 wake up and smell the coffee. Abbey is bang on. I remember years in the lower leagues, Fosun have done us proud. Don't forget they are bound by FFP.




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11 May 2024 19:58:25
After the way we pulled clear of relegation and showed spirit it is sad to end the season on a downer. I just hope it does not impact on next season's start. Much work to do.




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10 May 2024 18:13:25
It is beyond a joke now. With the same evidence, how can varied decisions be reached on a simple situation. The manner in which VAR is used by the PL is at odds with the experience in other sports. This suggests complete incompetence or interference with decisions.




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10 May 2024 18:22:55
Ed001, I value highly your opinions info and guidance. However on this issue there is a lot of smoke to suggest something of a cartel. Perhaps cartel is the wrong word, but there is ambition to create the Super League, generate more income from global TV as a result, and possibly in the future a protected franchise style arrangement. Personally I see the potential in VAR to influence outcomes on the pitch to aid results which benefit the plan. I would love to be here in 10 years to see if I am right. Or perhaps not.




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