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Premier League Bolton Wanderers
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I couldn't get to the Reebok this evening due to family reasons, and only saw about half of the game in total due to cack links.

Unbelievable stroke of luck/genius has given us the win we desperately, desperately needed, and got us back into 8th.

From what I saw, boy have we missed Lee Chung-Yong. He was brilliant.

I saw Wolves hit the post in slow motion on 86 minutes and thought it had gone in. As I said in an earlier thread, they are a team who seem to have been robbed time after time this season.

And Daniel Sturridge, regardless of what happens in the rest of your loan spell, thank you for lifting the gloom around our club.

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posted Feb 2, 2011

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Eye Man.

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posted Feb 2, 2011

Don't mock the genius.

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posted Feb 2, 2011

Nice one Dan, I hope it lifts your confidence and sharpens up your game....keep it up and you'll be playing with Torres.

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comment by GazCFC (U7243587)

posted Feb 3, 2011

of course Sturridge is class, he's on loan so he can get the matches under his belt for next year or certainly the year after. I'm not being bias, he just needs to play week in week out and he'll get Bolton going again.

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comment by bwfcb (U14597452)

posted Feb 3, 2011

Important win for us, hat off to Sturridge but we were extremely lucky to get that goal. CY Lee, Holden & M. Davies were awesome - contrasting with Elmander and Davies...think everyone knows Davies's game, all they need to do is sandwich him in and he doesn't get a look in - no excuse for Elmander though, who was just shocking!

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comment by b223dy (U5199610)

posted Feb 3, 2011

I feel for the lads at Wolves but certainly not Mick McCarty. He is certainly not worthy of being a manager in the PL. He has no tactical nous, just a big mouth

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posted Feb 3, 2011

Best through ball of the night from the wolves lad, but you could see Sturridge willing to gamble on running in before he hit it. That's exactly what we need.

The post hitting was slow motion for me as well.

All in all I recon we deserved the win - if it wasn't for their keeper it would've been more. Stuttery performance though which was strange.

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posted Feb 3, 2011

Sturridge has something are two current starting strikers do not, pace and intelligent off the ball movement. Elmander wouldnt have tried to run onto it, probably a casual stoll and Davies wouldnt have noticed...take into account Sturridge has the ability to finish a chance and he trumps both Davies and Elmander for me, yes he only played 22 minutes (thank you Sky Sports News info bar..) but he looked alot more threatening than Davies and Elmander had done who are missing cutting edge of late.

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posted Feb 3, 2011

Great win Wanderers, long time coming.
Mick thinks he was "robbed" well sorry but you only feel this way due to the nature of how the game was lost, truth is apart from the glaring opportunity your side had in the first half, one on one with Jussi and shooting wide, your Wolves side did not do much. The Wolves goalie was outstanding last night and but for him it could have been around 3-0 before the final goal anyway.
Truth is - take your chances and don't ride your luck, which to be honest is what Wolves were doing for most of the game last night.

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posted Feb 3, 2011

Mick McCarthy is beginning to sound like a broken man? He might not last out the season.
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