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A warm welcome to Mick McCarthy and his back to basics football team known as Ipswich Town.

Surprised a few this season has Mick with his team sitting pretty in the top ten, who'd have thought it.

The start of the Christmas rush of fixtures with mild weather to boot.

Forecast for this one, 1-1. A game that seems to ask a few questions but not really.

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Could be a frustrating afternoon, even a 0-0, but I'm going for a later winner and 1-0.

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I'm going with a 2-0 Wolves win. I just have a feeling Mick has issues when playing against good footballing sides.

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Don't forget kids, no Jota on Saturday...

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I'm not sure people realise that Ipswich are the second leading scorers in the league, with the 9th worst defence. Mick has gone on the attack this season. There should be space for us to play

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Don't forget kids, no Jota on Saturday...


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Dan G WWFC wrote:
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Why?


5 yellows suspension ay it?

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Why?


5 yellows suspension ay it?


I think they got wiped before he got his 5th. In November.

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Premier League yellow cards are wiped on December 31, while the EFL wipe yellow cards on November 30.


So ye, he's good to go.


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I'm not sure people realise that Ipswich are the second leading scorers in the league, with the 9th worst defence. Mick has gone on the attack this season. There should be space for us to play


Its a difficult game to picture because in many respects Wolves should dominate the ball and because of that back Ipswich up in and around their box.

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I think they got wiped before he got his 5th. In November.

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So ye, he's good to go.


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Will Nuno be the one to finally crack it and beat McCarthy?

A look back at previous failed attempts...

Stale Solbakken
Just one game against McCarthy - in fact Stale's very final game at Molineux. A second clueless home defeat within a matter of days with Ipswich strolling to a comfortable win in December 2012.

Dean Saunders
No games, but we can say with relative certainty he would've lost any in any case.

Kenny Jackett
Ken had four attempts at beating McCarthy, following a defeat in their first meeting, he managed three draws in the subsequent games. The most notable being a late season clash at home with Wolves needing to come out firing on all cylinders to make the play-offs. Instead, a handbrake-on performance only brought a 1-1 draw, Stearman rather unhelpfully heading into his own goal before Afobe equalised. The late onslaught in true Jackett style never arrived.

Walter Zenga
Unsurprisingly, given his short stay, Walt had only one game against a man he once lined up against in a World Cup quarter final. A goalless home draw in August could've been the breakthrough had Bodvarsson converted a first-half penalty. The saved spotkick ultimately meant that Bod never actually scored a goal at Molineux. Wolves were admittedly lucky that the linesman ruled a later Ipswich "goal" offside when it wasn't.

Paul Lambert
Lambert took charge of the reverse fixture of the same season and on a pathetic run of six straight defeats he opted to play for a goalless draw, which was lucky as Ipswich were only too happy to do the same. A turgid 0-0 that did admittedly build some type of basis for a run of 5 wins afterward.

Nuno
Irony: Should Nuno win, Wolves will set their best points tally for the first half of a season. The present record was set when the club was managed by... Mick McCarthy.

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Will Nuno be the one to finally crack it and beat McCarthy?

A look back at previous failed attempts...

Stale Solbakken
Just one game against McCarthy - in fact Stale's very final game at Molineux. A second clueless home defeat within a matter of days with Ipswich strolling to a comfortable win in December 2012.

Dean Saunders
No games, but we can say with relative certainty he would've lost any in any case.

Kenny Jackett
Ken had four attempts at beating McCarthy, following a defeat in their first meeting, he managed three draws in the subsequent games. The most notable being a late season clash at home with Wolves needing to come out firing on all cylinders to make the play-offs. Instead, a handbrake-on performance only brought a 1-1 draw, Stearman rather unhelpfully heading into his own goal before Afobe equalised. The late onslaught in true Jackett style never arrived.

Walter Zenga
Unsurprisingly, given his short stay, Walt had only one game against a man he once lined up against in a World Cup quarter final. A goalless home draw in August could've been the breakthrough had Bodvarsson converted a first-half penalty. The saved spotkick ultimately meant that Bod never actually scored a goal at Molineux. Wolves were admittedly lucky that the linesman ruled a later Ipswich "goal" offside when it wasn't.

Paul Lambert
Lambert took charge of the reverse fixture of the same season and on a pathetic run of six straight defeats he opted to play for a goalless draw, which was lucky as Ipswich were only too happy to do the same. A turgid 0-0 that did admittedly build some type of basis for a run of 5 wins afterward.

Nuno
Irony: Should Nuno win, Wolves will set their best points tally for the first half of a season. The present record was set when the club was managed by... Mick McCarthy.

There's a neat synergy developing in that analysis. The answer lies in the soil. 8)

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shropswolf wrote:
Will Nuno be the one to finally crack it and beat McCarthy?

A look back at previous failed attempts...

Stale Solbakken
Just one game against McCarthy - in fact Stale's very final game at Molineux. A second clueless home defeat within a matter of days with Ipswich strolling to a comfortable win in December 2012.

Dean Saunders
No games, but we can say with relative certainty he would've lost any in any case.

Kenny Jackett
Ken had four attempts at beating McCarthy, following a defeat in their first meeting, he managed three draws in the subsequent games. The most notable being a late season clash at home with Wolves needing to come out firing on all cylinders to make the play-offs. Instead, a handbrake-on performance only brought a 1-1 draw, Stearman rather unhelpfully heading into his own goal before Afobe equalised. The late onslaught in true Jackett style never arrived.

Walter Zenga
Unsurprisingly, given his short stay, Walt had only one game against a man he once lined up against in a World Cup quarter final. A goalless home draw in August could've been the breakthrough had Bodvarsson converted a first-half penalty. The saved spotkick ultimately meant that Bod never actually scored a goal at Molineux. Wolves were admittedly lucky that the linesman ruled a later Ipswich "goal" offside when it wasn't.

Paul Lambert
Lambert took charge of the reverse fixture of the same season and on a pathetic run of six straight defeats he opted to play for a goalless draw, which was lucky as Ipswich were only too happy to do the same. A turgid 0-0 that did admittedly build some type of basis for a run of 5 wins afterward.

Nuno
Irony: Should Nuno win, Wolves will set their best points tally for the first half of a season. The present record was set when the club was managed by... Mick McCarthy.


Nice analysis Salop. The Dean Saunders bit amused me. I reckon it will be tight like the Sunderland game, but I did like supernoodle's comment that McCarthy never did well against footballing sides when he managed us!


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Definitely due a win against Ipswich I want to see us win well and keep stamping our authority on this league.

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I went to the Lolbakken game on 29th December with a couple of mates.

Was meant to be a birthday treat.

The worst game I've ever attended, and I froze my bollocks off. I remember the atmosphere inside Molineux was toxic.

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I went to the Lolbakken game on 29th December with a couple of mates.

Was meant to be a birthday treat.

The worst game I've ever attended, and I froze my bollocks off. I remember the atmosphere inside Molineux was toxic.

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Yes, remember it well. It was horrible, one of many painful games that season!


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I went to the Lolbakken game on 29th December with a couple of mates.

Was meant to be a birthday treat.

The worst game I've ever attended, and I froze my bollocks off. I remember the atmosphere inside Molineux was toxic.

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Yes, remember it well. It was horrible, one of many painful games that season!

It was bad, I remember it well as it was the day before my birthday and was supposed to have been a birthday treat...but the game before that was apparently worse according to the guy sat next to me - it was 0-3 v Peterborough. What a Christmas.

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I feel for Solbakken. I don't think he deserves the ridicule he gets. The club was poison anyway. Wrong place wrong time.

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I feel for Solbakken. I don't think he deserves the ridicule he gets. The club was poison anyway. Wrong place wrong time.

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It's a fair comment. He didn't have the type of players he needed to do what he wanted with...a bit like Frank de Boer at Palace who was given only 4 league games. To be fair to Solbakken, before he lost the plot we were actually top of the league on the Sky interactive table for about eight minutes when we went ahead v Palace on the ninth game. Trouble is it all went pear shaped after that and I'll never forgive Palace for it...the red card which should have been given for the foul on our Pole (can't remember his name) which put him out for the rest of the season by a player who set up the second goal.

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I feel for Solbakken. I don't think he deserves the ridicule he gets. The club was poison anyway. Wrong place wrong time.

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It's a fair comment. He didn't have the type of players he needed to do what he wanted with...a bit like Frank de Boer at Palace who was given only 4 league games. To be fair to Solbakken, before he lost the plot we were actually top of the league on the Sky interactive table for about eight minutes when we went ahead v Palace on the ninth game. Trouble is it all went pear shaped after that and I'll never forgive Palace for it...the red card which should have been given for the foul on our Pole (can't remember his name) which put him out for the rest of the season by a player who set up the second goal.

We've had some bad luck with buying Poles over the years.


Peszko it was. I remember him being a class act, and when he got fit again, Saunders refused to play him, but had no problem sticking Dangerous out on the wing.

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I feel for Solbakken. I don't think he deserves the ridicule he gets. The club was poison anyway. Wrong place wrong time.

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I dunno cal, I watched everyone of his home games and quite a few away ones too, I can only remember one game where I was not bored rigid, I coined his nom de plume of Dulle Dullfukke from those observations.
He was in charge and he had a budget and he produced a bag o'wank.

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I feel for Solbakken. I don't think he deserves the ridicule he gets. The club was poison anyway. Wrong place wrong time.

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It's a fair comment. He didn't have the type of players he needed to do what he wanted with...a bit like Frank de Boer at Palace who was given only 4 league games. To be fair to Solbakken, before he lost the plot we were actually top of the league on the Sky interactive table for about eight minutes when we went ahead v Palace on the ninth game. Trouble is it all went pear shaped after that and I'll never forgive Palace for it...the red card which should have been given for the foul on our Pole (can't remember his name) which put him out for the rest of the season by a player who set up the second goal.

We've had some bad luck with buying Poles over the years.


Peszko it was. I remember him being a class act, and when he got fit again, Saunders refused to play him, but had no problem sticking Dangerous out on the wing.


Ahhh I loved Peszko, I was so excited to see what sort of player he would be for us but unfortunately it didn't work out :-(

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Ahhh I loved Peszko, I was so excited to see what sort of player he would be for us but unfortunately it didn't work out :-(


We haven't had much luck with Poles.

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Ahhh I loved Peszko, I was so excited to see what sort of player he would be for us but unfortunately it didn't work out :-(


We haven't had much luck with Poles.

That's what I said. They're "bye-polar" when it comes to us.
I thought Lhuzny was a Pole at first but discovered he's Ukrainian. The only luck we've had was with Tomas the Goalkeeper but he's a blouse now.

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We know exactly what a Mick team brings to the table. No gimics, nothing new. Of all the teams we face preparation for this one should be simple.

Nuno will pick Mick's pocket. It's our time.

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We know exactly what a Mick team brings to the table. No gimics, nothing new. Of all the teams we face preparation for this one should be simple.

Nuno will pick Mick's pocket. It's our time.


One-trick Mick?

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We know exactly what a Mick team brings to the table. No gimics, nothing new. Of all the teams we face preparation for this one should be simple.

Nuno will pick Mick's pocket. It's our time.


One-trick Mick?


Let's make a dick of one-trick Mick 8)

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I feel for Solbakken. I don't think he deserves the ridicule he gets. The club was poison anyway. Wrong place wrong time.

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I dunno cal, I watched everyone of his home games and quite a few away ones too, I can only remember one game where I was not bored rigid, I coined his nom de plume of Dulle Dullfukke from those observations.
He was in charge and he had a budget and he produced a bag o'wank.


I always defended SS, but looking back it just didn’t work. We were very one-paced, and I’ll never forget that little 12 year old looking assistant raci gup and down the line shouting instructions that were always ignored.


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