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SAVE OUR WOLVES

Wolverhampton Wanderers
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Maybe its time for a change ?? To be honest i have been backing Mick and told everyone to have faith in him bu enough is enough. I find mick a bit too defensive and lacks inititive .Also he buys a 6.5 million striker to play 4-4-2 but ends up keeping the bench warm and plays 4-5-1 which i find makes us create little chances going forward , i have come to believe we need a change to save our wolves

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posted Nov 20, 2010

Steve, your favourite player plays for somebody else? support your team and don't give usasecond glance, we'll be fine WHICHEVER division we're in asWolves fans still love Wolves even when not covered in glory.

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posted Nov 20, 2010

Another armchair blewnose offering her oppinion, could not even be bothered to go and see a big club visit st andrex <doh>

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posted Nov 20, 2010

why is every one hissed off with steve the blues fan??

the lad is speaking the truth...

40,000 stadium in the championship..

Sunderland all over again

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comment by peter (U13868868)

posted Nov 20, 2010

Their are no easy matches and we started well enough. The loss against Wigan was due to a rash challenge, against West Ham we needed more confidence in front of goal which we have shown against the top four. Man City was nothing more than we deserved and who would have thought that Bolton wold see us playing the top five in as many games. Blackpool play to score goals and we needed to be able to score more than one. To date we have played 10 of the top 11, are only 5 points short of a point a game and have the advantage of playing Wigan as game 20. Changing Mick is not the answer the team needs are support then lets see what will happen.

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posted Nov 20, 2010

Wolves,they are a yo yo club. Lucky to have survived one season. Great ground, real fans but thats not enough these days. Stop blaming the manager with limited resources. I would happily see Wigan get relegated first. They are a non league club with a benefactor.

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posted Nov 20, 2010

MM is not the problem. Deep down a lot of Wolves fan know there is a deep problem in the psychology of the club which dates to 1994. Wolves have never been tactically smart in the transfer market and this again dates back to the mid 1990's when quality premier league players were frequently signed but got injured before the season even got started - Tony Daley and Froggatt being noticeable examples.

Wolves biggest dilemma is that they are not smart enough to be a yoe yoe club which Albion have proved is financially viable and a success. Morgan and Moxey more than fully aware of this.

What is really baffling is that Morgan can talk about increasing stadium to 38,000 and then to 50,000 and as soon as talk like that comes out is when Wolves go tits up on the park. They had similar ambitions to fill the corners in 2002 before automatic promotion had been achieved and eventually failed in the play off semis.

I think Morgan is very ambitious - not being funny but he is - but you cannot for the life of you work out where and what exactly that ambition is.

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posted Nov 20, 2010

Wolves fans......from a Blackpool fan....

Something happened to me after todays game....2 Wolves fans approached myself and my family as we were leaving Bloomfield Road. My family is originlly from your part of the world (couple of genertions ago) and i was EXTEMELY impressed with these guys humility and support for my club, the way we play everything.....

Good luck to Wolves....your fans are nearly (i am biased) as good as ours. By the way - Holloway's our - you're not having him :)

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posted Nov 20, 2010

MM is not the problem. Deep down a lot of Wolves fan know there is a deep problem in the psychology of the club which dates to 1994. Wolves have never been tactically smart in the transfer market and this again dates back to the mid 1990's when quality premier league players were frequently signed but got injured before the season even got started - Tony Daley and Froggatt being noticeable examples.

Wolves biggest dilemma is that they are not smart enough to be a yoe yoe club which Albion have proved is financially viable and a success. Morgan and Moxey more than fully aware of this.

What is really baffling is that Morgan can talk about increasing stadium to 38,000 and then to 50,000 and as soon as talk like that comes out is when Wolves go pear shaped on the park. They had similar ambitions to fill the corners in 2002 before automatic promotion had been achieved and eventually failed in the play off semis.

I think Morgan is very ambitious - not being funny but he is - but you cannot for the life of you work out where and what exactly that ambition is.

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posted Nov 21, 2010

"comment by Steve (U8934221)

posted 15 Hours Ago

I don't know what Wolves fan's problem is. This is the best you can expect, you'll get no higher than this. You're living the dream by being in The Prem so you should savour and enjoy it while it lasts.

You have no money, no player pulling staff or status. Seriously, what do you expect?"

We could at least try and play proper football a la Blackpool ,even if we do go down, and that will never happen under McCarthy,I have been droning on about replacing him with Sean O'Criscoll for months

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posted Nov 21, 2010

I think Blackpool are doing a fantastic job this season. All credit goes towards Ian Holloway and his side. I think that the way they approach games and their never say die attitude is proving a real hit in the premier league. Reminds me of Birmingham last year.

Wolves on the other hand I think could go down. Doyle has been disappointing this year and Fletcher has not had a chance to prove himself at the club. Leaking goals at the back and not scoring many. Could be in for a season in the Championship come 2011 I'm afraid

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