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With Wilder in the dugout and the young revelation Brooks in forward positions Sheff Utd really have been the Producers.

Here's hoping for an end to end encounter on a night of High Anxiety.

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 Post subject: Re: Sheff Utd vs Wolves.
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This will be a fun game. Two teams that are now trying to play attractive football.

The Wolves and Blades attractive football :shock: ........ Who'd a thought it ?

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This will be a fun game. Two teams that are now trying to play attractive football.

The Wolves and Blades attractive football :shock: ........ Who'd a thought it ?


I hope Sheff Utd try and attack us because by doing that we should find good space to counter them.

In contrast to Barnsley at the weekend whose main concern was remaining compact at all times.
In what was a limited game plan built to take away the home sides space and time on the ball.

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Toughest game since Cardiff and we froze in that one. The sheer sloppiness of recent games needs to go if we are to succeed tonight.

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Toughest game since Cardiff and we froze in that one. The sheer sloppiness of recent games needs to go if we are to succeed tonight.


What do you mean by sloppiness?

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Toughest game since Cardiff and we froze in that one. The sheer sloppiness of recent games needs to go if we are to succeed tonight.


What do you mean by sloppiness?


Continual loose passing back to the opposition under no pressure.
The belief that we only need to play with any intensity for 30 minutes and that will be enough for victory.
The final pass being the wrong one in the majority of cases when in decent positions.

Forest are poor and Barnsley would've taken a point but for a late strike, tonight is a different proposition: a really confident team, on their own patch with the crowd behind him, fresh from a derby win and knowing they hit the top 2 with a win.

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shropswolf wrote:
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Toughest game since Cardiff and we froze in that one. The sheer sloppiness of recent games needs to go if we are to succeed tonight.


What do you mean by sloppiness?


Continual loose passing back to the opposition under no pressure.
The belief that we only need to play with any intensity for 30 minutes and that will be enough for victory.
The final pass being the wrong one in the majority of cases when in decent positions.

Forest are poor and Barnsley would've taken a point but for a late strike, tonight is a different proposition: a really confident team, on their own patch with the crowd behind him, fresh from a derby win and knowing they hit the top 2 with a win.


yep - it will be a tough trip tonight ...against a different sort of of team to Cardiff...who for a 'limited rough house team' are doing very well ...unfortunately.

Here's hoping we turn up and give a decent account tonight...shoudl be a good game.


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Toughest game since Cardiff and we froze in that one. The sheer sloppiness of recent games needs to go if we are to succeed tonight.

Spot on, Shrops. Whilst the passing has been very good in certain phases it still lacks sufficient accuracy far too often which sometimes puts us in trouble. And whilst Ive seen some good tackles we're not consistent enough in that department either as poor ones have also left us in trouble.

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Toughest game of the season so far. the Cardiff game was early doors, so we did not know how things would pan out. The Blades were superb at Sheff Weds on Sunday, most impressive. What's the odds that Leon puts one past us..?? Think it will be a high scoring game either way, 4-2....lets hope we do the best on the night.

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Like KK, I hope the Blades come at us, filled with the well earned confidence from their derby victory. I watched the game and they played well, but took advantage of the poor tempo from Wednesday. It was a no lose situation for the Blades, underdogs in a local derby away from home. The Owls froze, as we have seen many times down the Molineux. That Brooks kid was very useful though, and Clarke took his goals well.

The Blades fans now have the expectation that can hopefully play into our hands.


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Toughest game of the season so far. the Cardiff game was early doors, so we did not know how things would pan out. The Blades were superb at Sheff Weds on Sunday, most impressive. What's the odds that Leon puts one past us..?? Think it will be a high scoring game either way, 4-2....lets hope we do the best on the night.


And Stearman to get another? I`d settle for a draw.


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If Clarke scores, and/or Stears crocks one of ours, I shall despair. Hopefully, Stears will see red, but I'm worried about our gash defending of set pieces, and inability to clear the bloody ball!

This will be a tough game, but should have goals, as this fixture almost always provides a handful...

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If Clarke scores, and/or Stears crocks one of ours, I shall despair. Hopefully, Stears will see red, but I'm worried about our gash defending of set pieces, and inability to clear the bloody ball!

This will be a tough game, but should have goals, as this fixture almost always provides a handful...

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Helder Costa is back! That should help towards the three goals.

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Jota, Bonatini, COSTA

Neves, N'Diaya,

Douglas, Miranda, Coady, Batth, Doherty

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Saiss on the bench.

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Easily the hardest game so far. Away too. I'd take a point all night long.


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Changed my prediction having seen the teamsheet.


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3-1 to us... Jota to score first. :wink:

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Decided to invest my £Fiver and watch this game as Costa is back. Just hope none of ours get crocked.

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First game I've been genuinely nervous for. I think it's gonna be a tough night.

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Coady shown a red. :roll:

Pulled back Leon Clarke.

Silly challenge. Silly boy.

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Coady sent off.


Had the feeling from the opening exchanges we'd get a red tonight.

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If Clarke scores, and/or Stears crocks one of ours, I shall despair. Hopefully, Stears will see red, but I'm worried about our gash defending of set pieces, and inability to clear the bloody ball!

This will be a tough game, but should have goals, as this fixture almost always provides a handful...

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Helder Costa is back! That should help towards the three goals.

He might get banned for a couple of games for his swing and we'll definitely miss Coady. :shock:

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Saiss on for Costa.


Right decision, very surprised he started tonight in what was always going to be a real battle.

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Coady sent off, the John Lewis website crashes as I order my SNES mini classic, Disaster.

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Well that's a huge downer. Not just the Red but also losing Costa so early. Blah.


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Really under the cosh now, catching them on the break is our best hope now.


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