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Wolves V Liverpool – Premier League


Well, I hate to say it and it sounds like stating the bleeding obvious but it rings true.  Wolves need to start scoring more goals than they concede or they need to get greater resolve in defending, and thats not just aimed at the defence. The midfield has seemed woefully weak in protecting the back four for the majority of the season. 

So with the minor rant over it’s looking forwards with great anticipation to this evening that we welcome the boys from Anfield to Town.  What the Wolves need to do in my view is set their stall out early. Start the game with a tempo and an intent. This will ensure the crowd get behind them and also try to counter the early goals we seem to be conceding in either half of the game. 

Picking out individuals for criticism or praise : Jarvis needs to start taking on players which is what he used to do. Needs to run into the channel looking for the forward pass.  Too many times he stands static or comes in instead of staying wide and running forward in anticipation. His game at the moment is too predictable.

Someone in Midfield needs to be the anchor man and regularly put in tackles and break up play. We have too many in midfield who fear the tackle.

The two central defenders need to have more intelligent play. In this I mean simplylook to where they’re playing the ball forwards instead of hoofing it out for a throw which simply concedes ball and reapplies pressure.  Remember the good centre halves we had which could play the ball out at feet from defence : Joleon Lescott, Keith Curle, Peter Shirtliff and John De Wolf.  If Berra is to be a good centre halve he needs to take responsibility and not off-load the ball as quickly as he does.

Forwards : The two forwards I think are doing ok but simply need to score but its difficult with the quality of supply at the moment. I think Ebank simply needs a goal, his confidence seems gone and thats affecting his behaviour.  Take more shots boys even if you’re slightly further out – It’ll make their keeper think twice.


Keeper : Marcus in between the sticks is doing a great job and after seeing Wayne in the cup game should rightfully retain his place. Doing well.

Mick McCarthy : A good manager and will be praised or vilified by his decisions and signings. Therefore I’m happy for him to make his choices as he sees fit. He sees and knows thinks that we the fans can only speculate on. We as fans need to trust and bequeath him our trust and loyalty whilst he his manager of our beloved Wolves.

Last time Liverpool came to Molineux in the premiership I think they were fortunate for their 1-1 draw. I think tonight if Ws can be resolute and score in the first 30 minutes Wolves could go on and win 2-1.

Have your say? Liverpool Gerrard or not are still capable of giving Wolves a tonking if  Wolves come out complacent or lacking in confidence.

Wolves V Birmingham (Local pride @ stake)

The local derby is once again to be replayed on Sunday the 29th November 2009 but this season its in the Premiership. How will the teams fair?

Wolves Vs Arsenal – November 7th 5:30pm

The Wolves take on the seemingly unstoppable Arsenal at Molineux tomorrow and whilst we’re odds on favourites for a pasting. I would suggest that Wolves could cause an upset. Yes they’ll have to be at the top of them game to topple or arrest the progressive football of the Gunners but recent mettle shows they’re capable of it.  Just look at the Aston Villa game or away to Stoke and this is evident.  Mick Mc Carthy has created a never-say-die attitude and this is instilled in all players whether in the team or on the bench.  He’s even fronted up recently to the “I’ll never ask the fans to be patient, we all want success like yesterday but the fans pay their money and are entitled to their opinion”. A refreshing honesty in football is rare and Mick has this quality in abundance and you can see that this is whats keeping  the players grounded.  The front two and midfield selection will be important and we need to go out and attack not just sit deep else we’ll get picked off. Let us have your view Keough and Doyle or Ebanks and the Hoff…?

Iron Mike visits Wolverhampton

Like him or hate him, boxing fans will be snapping up tickets to tomorrow nights visit of Mike Tyson to the Wolverhanpton Civic as part of his UK tour.

From nowhere to being the undisputed champion of the world with a wealth to go with it, Tyson’s life in and out of the ring sadly nosedived along with his fortunes and more recently the tragic loss of his daughter.

He has slowly made his way back though and fans will hopefully see some of the old Mike that made him a household name.

Promise Dreams – Wolverhampton

On Sunday the 11th October 2009, Suzi Perry (Yes the one off T.V), Steve Bull (Wolves goal king) and Don Goodman (King of headers-Ex Wolves) have joined forces to run the fourth annual “Run for Dreams” in Wolverhampton. The event raises much needed funds to realise the dreams of terminally and seriously ill children. Whatever help or support you can give or whether you wish to run the 4km course yourself is much needed and always appreciated. You can download the various forms for the event and find out additional information on the official website : or alternatively call (01902) 378595.

Please help the cause in whatever way you can, the event promises to be a real fun day for everyone involved.

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