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 Post subject: Re: Wolves history...
 Post Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 12:08 pm 
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Alex Rae making friends... :lol:

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You can never make friends with that twat Danny Mills. We lost that game due to the ref allowing a free kick to proceed whilst three Wolves players were trying to stop Lee Naylor getting hit by Mills on the touchline. Also, The linesman was on the pitch when the free kick was taken. Scandalous.


Yeah, that goal was a total scandal and led to Rae getting a red at the end as he was so hyped. Wasn't there some form of scrap in the tunnel as well?

I suppose goals like that show why savvy opposition players always stand a few yards in front of the ball while a freekick is being organised to stop a quick kick being taken.

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 Post subject: Re: Wolves history...
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But the punters didn't have FIFA or Championship Manager to cut their teeth on then. Subbuteo never quite gave them enough knowledge. 8)

Where do you think warn got all he's got to know then? 8)


Well he used to sneak in the odd game of blow football as well.

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But the punters didn't have FIFA or Championship Manager to cut their teeth on then. Subbuteo never quite gave them enough knowledge. 8)

Where do you think warn got all he's got to know then? 8)


Well he used to sneak in the odd game of blow football as well.

Those were the days.

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 Post subject: Re: Wolves history...
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Wolves need 6 more clean sheets to equal the record set in the 1982/83 season.

We'll shatter that record.

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Favourite signing of 1978 Peter Daniel far more capable and smarter than given credit for.

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Favourite signing of 1978 Peter Daniel far more capable and smarter than given credit for.


I used to like peter Daniel - he wasn't so good though after he broke his leg and the physio was getting him to stamp his foot to help shake off the pain.

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Memories of Peter Daniel..Penalties and the pass in the FL cup final to Needham.
Tony Morley breaking his leg at Molineux, in 1981, then Emlyn Hughes and Richie Barker carrying him from the touch line to the ambulance.

And then playing against us in the SVT final in 1988.

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The first live BBC radio commentary of a football match was broadcast, between Arsenal and Sheffield United, at Highbury.
The Radio Times published a numbered grid which the commentator referred to so listeners could pinpoint where the ball was on the pitch.

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Happy birthday to our Billy:

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1st England International To Reach The 100 Cap Milestone, In An Era Where They Were Not Given Away Like Today!!
Happy Birthday William Ambrose Wright... Or Billy As Your Remembered Fondly... R.I.P.

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