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 Post Posted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 11:06 am 
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Back to the real football after the International break.

And its a trip to Reading, a town famous for its,, erm Biscuits.

What to expect, Reading look weaker than last season but have an annoying habit of killing the tempo within games.

So the challenge for Wolves it to play their own game and don't get dragged into a pedestrian pace.

One change for Wolves Rúben Vinagre in for Barry Douglas.

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 Post subject: Re: Reading vs Wolves
 Post Posted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 12:40 pm 
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Reading have just started to improve, they have won their last two games, including an away win at Derby. This will be a hard game, as it always is there, we have 4000 fans roaring us on so hopefully they will get rewarded with a good performance, however I think this will end up a draw.

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Hope not! Am going with both sons - want a big win. Went last year and we were cheated out of win by a side that was hopelessly slow in trying to pass from back. McShane was useless! Unfortunately a disallowed headed goal (oh for goal line technology!) and a clear offside goal from a free kick means we deserve a huge slice of luck this time.

How about an undeserved penalty for a Costa dive and a sliced corner clearance from McShane into his own net? That'll do for starters!

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Don't forget the Festival Knocker. I can see you there amongst the rock cognoscenti strutting your stuff.

Good to see you bearing a grudge Silverstone :lol: I still hate McGinlay and Bomber Brown.

We know Jaap Stam has been attempting a sort of Nuno revolution at Reading, he's just taking longer. With the likes of Bod and Edwards in the team perhaps he believes he has the full jigsaw now. I'm hoping he is still in the process and our lot are just too good at the moment.

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You have to fancy Wolves, with both Huntley and Palmer both missing for Reading.

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You have to fancy Wolves, with both Huntley and Palmer both missing for Reading.



Shocking.. that takes the biscuit...:-)

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CANNOCK WOLF wrote:
You have to fancy Wolves, with both Huntley and Palmer both missing for Reading.



Shocking.. that takes the biscuit...:-)


Excellent. :mrgreen:

That Kermogant is a bloody annoying opponent, though.

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No doubt Dangerous will be busting a lung to score.

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gladbachwolf wrote:
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You have to fancy Wolves, with both Huntley and Palmer both missing for Reading.



Shocking.. that takes the biscuit...:-)


Let’s hope we play some NICE stuff. A defeat could leave me with DIGESTIVE problems.


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hugh jarse wrote:
gladbachwolf wrote:
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You have to fancy Wolves, with both Huntley and Palmer both missing for Reading.



Shocking.. that takes the biscuit...:-)


Let’s hope we play some NICE stuff. A defeat could leave me with DIGESTIVE problems.


Nice glass of Bourbon should sort that out

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Do Reading have any ginger nuts playing for them nowadays?

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Do Reading have any ginger nuts playing for them nowadays?



The luck that they had last season there when we lost 1-2 means there are some JAMMY DODGERS in their side.. :lol:

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Do Reading have any ginger nuts playing for them nowadays?


They are unaware of how ultra cool our midfield is, so cool in fact, I refer to Jota as our Iced Gem.

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Do Reading have any ginger nuts playing for them nowadays?


They are unaware of how ultra cool our midfield is, so cool in fact, I refer to Jota as our Iced Gem.


Better than a Portuguese Tart .....( although they are lovely}

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No doubt Dangerous will be busting a lung to score.


Does he commute down there from the midlands, or is he hob nobbing it with the London crowd nowadays?

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lankywolf wrote:
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No doubt Dangerous will be busting a lung to score.


Does he commute down there from the midlands, or is he hob nobbing it with the London crowd nowadays?


Very subtle. 8)

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No doubt Dangerous will be busting a lung to score.


Does he commute down there from the midlands, or is he hob nobbing it with the London crowd nowadays?


Very subtle. 8)


I've heard they are interested in Lewis DUNK from Brighton. I've tried to integrate Jaap Stam into a GariBALDY gag, but have failed miserably.


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No doubt Dangerous will be busting a lung to score.


Does he commute down there from the midlands, or is he hob nobbing it with the London crowd nowadays?


I think he prefers a morning coffee with his team mates.

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. I've tried to integrate Jaap Stam into a GariBALDY gag, but have failed miserably.


Didn't he used to play in goal for UNITED.

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. I've tried to integrate Jaap Stam into a GariBALDY gag, but have failed miserably.


Didn't he used to play in goal for UNITED.


Yes, he was one of a TRIO of keepers they had....


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All these gags about biscuits, I could not give a FIG (ROLL) for it all...

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Well we don't want Reading to be a load of Jammie Dodgers on Saturday.

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Well we don't want Reading to be a load of Jammie Dodgers on Saturday.



Disqualified as has been used earlier in the thread... 8) :lol:

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Well we don't want Reading to be a load of Jammie Dodgers on Saturday.



Disqualified as has been used earlier in the thread... 8) :lol:


Whoops! missed it. Sorry. It was a cracker too. I was eating sweets, I guess I should have my chocolate covered fingers rapped.

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Well we don't want Reading to be a load of Jammie Dodgers on Saturday.



Disqualified as has been used earlier in the thread... 8) :lol:


Whoops! missed it. Sorry. It was a cracker [/color]too. I was eating sweets, I guess I should have my chocolate covered fingers rapped.



No pun intended..??

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No pun intended..??


Pun intended. :lol: Guess i was being a bit of a Bandit.

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No pun intended..??


Pun intended. :lol: Guess i was being a bit of a Bandit.

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OK, I give up, off for a Wagon Wheel or three, maybe even a Blue Riband and a night at the Ritz... 8)

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OK, I give up


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OK, I give up


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What flavour Club biscuits though..??... :shock:

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