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 Post Posted: Mon Apr 15, 2019 3:25 pm 
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Traore is a sprinter, not a footballer. What was he thinking for their third goal? Schoolboy stuff.

If you watched Brighton v Bournemouth on MOTD, you can see how our build up play differs. Bournemouth won the ball deep in their half but they immediately broke at pace, leaving the Brighton defenders on their heels. If it was us, we would have passed the ball around in our half allowing the Brighton defenders to regroup, and their midfield. I know we can break directly with Jots and Cav, but keeping possession when their is no end product, is a waste of time and energy. I think we need to be able to switch our play a bit more, either that or we really do need to strengthen the team with quality throughout, trying to mimic Man City.


Its not as though we don't have midfield players who can pass through the lines in Neves and Moutinho.

But who are the targets?

In time maybe Diogo Jota will become a more rounded player and be able to drop in Rooney style rather than always looking to be Jamie Vardy.
Wolves must be one of the worst teams in the Premier league for pass completion in the opponents half.
Certainly the top six are streets ahead in this respect.
Yet if Wolves are to develop their results they have to become a more varied attacking animal.

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 Post Posted: Mon Apr 15, 2019 7:53 pm 
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Well, I hope their latest sojourn to the Costas has got them back in the right frame of mind, and ready to get back on track against a struggling Brighton, who may or may not be in the right frame of mind, after their spanking at the hands of Bournemouth, and whatever happens in their 6 pointer against Cardiff. They will also be missing Knockaert after his kamikaze challenge straight red.

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Surely we will beat Brighton.... Surely!
We owe them for the daylight robbery they inflicted on us in the reverse fixture.
If not, the Arsenal game is right up our street. They looked pretty poor tonight as well.
All this talk of an unmitigated collapse before it's happened is so 'Wolves'.

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 Post Posted: Tue Apr 16, 2019 2:43 pm 
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Surely we will beat Brighton.... Surely!
We owe them for the daylight robbery they inflicted on us in the reverse fixture.
If not, the Arsenal game is right up our street. They looked pretty poor tonight as well.
All this talk of an unmitigated collapse before it's happened is so 'Wolves'.


I guess it all comes from the years of hurt. We haven't had long enough to get it out of our systems yet. :lol:

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lankywolf wrote:
Surely we will beat Brighton.... Surely!
We owe them for the daylight robbery they inflicted on us in the reverse fixture.
If not, the Arsenal game is right up our street. They looked pretty poor tonight as well.
All this talk of an unmitigated collapse before it's happened is so 'Wolves'.


I guess it all comes from the years of hurt. We haven't had long enough to get it out of our systems yet. :lol:


Don't let yourself go, cause everybody cries, and everybody hurts.....sometimes...

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Well - they've lost yet again - home to Cardiff - so are on an incredible losing streak - and goal-less....

And now they come to Molineux, where Wolves desperately need s good win to restore with and pride, and go some way to getting 7th....

Brave hearts????

Do we want to do that nice Mr Hughto0n favour, or help nice (and very hard done by in recent weeks) Mr Warnock?? Hmmm.....

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Well - they've lost yet again - home to Cardiff - so are on an incredible losing streak - and goal-less....

And now they come to Molineux, where Wolves desperately need s good win to restore with and pride, and go some way to getting 7th....

Brave hearts????

Do we want to do that nice Mr Hughto0n favour, or help nice (and very hard done by in recent weeks) Mr Warnock?? Hmmm.....

I want a win...only a win will do. Brighton can save themselves afterwards with their away games to Spurs and Arsenal. :shock:

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Well - they've lost yet again - home to Cardiff - so are on an incredible losing streak - and goal-less....

And now they come to Molineux, where Wolves desperately need s good win to restore with and pride, and go some way to getting 7th....

Brave hearts????

Do we want to do that nice Mr Hughto0n favour, or help nice (and very hard done by in recent weeks) Mr Warnock?? Hmmm.....

I want a win...only a win will do. Brighton can save themselves afterwards with their away games to Spurs and Arsenal. :shock:


They're on an awful run of form, confidence must be very low, and let's not forget that Millwall should have beaten them in the Cup. I really hope we can put them to the sword and get back on track.

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