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Barnsleh vs Wulfs

Discussion in 'MatchDay' started by markwwfc1992, Jan 13, 2018.

  1. markwwfc1992

    markwwfc1992 Well-Known Member

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    We're taking 4700 up for this one so the away end will be rocking. Barnsley's manager has billed this game as the "revenge match of the season" or something. Little sttange if you ask me but I'm guessing it's a marketing ploy to try and sell some tickets. Not taking anything for granted after our fixture at Molineux, where we didn't really deserve our last minute victory, after expecting to give them a spanking.

    Ruddy
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  2. Craig

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    You coming Mark? I'm dying with flu and we're gonna get spanked but I haven't been since the Derby game so gonna make an effort.
     
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    markwwfc1992 Well-Known Member

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    Working I'm afriad pal. A shame as Barnsley is a cracking away day.
     
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    Ignore the "rematch of the season" shite, majority of fans on our forum are embarrassed by it and have no idea what the usually decent media team are doing tbh.

    Missing today (probably a good thing) , should be an easy away win but stranger things have happened, hopefully won't end up a cricket score.
     
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    So yeah this Willy Boly. What the fuck do you feed it?
     
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    Excellent point
     
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    Yeah. Results went our way elsewhere too.

    Moore looked decent when he came on, he'll be a handful for most defences when he settles in. Seeing Isgrove up against Boly was amusing, real David and Goliath. George Moncur put in an awful shift and should have his wages docked.

    Fair point all round but I don't think either team could have complained had the other sneaked a winner.
     
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    Fair point from what I've heard. Barnsley are one of the best teams to come to Molineux this (and last) season. Seems like they should be much higher in the league although I'm only basing it off 2 results.
     
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    He ain't small is he? :lol:
     
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    Still trying to work out how Jota missed that chance from a yard out, comfortably his worst game in a Wolves shirt.

    No idea what the ref saw to flag off side for Jota's ruled out goal either.
     
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    Did you go? Bar the miss I heard he did alright. Miss of the season yeah but nearly scored with a worldie that hit the bar. I don't think we've got to much to worry about if that is his worst game of the season anyway. Some of the best players in the world miss sitters so I wont get too downhearted about it, 99/100 he will score that.
     
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    I think Wolves have done tremendously well this season. The amount of new players they have brought in over 2 seasons has been a lot but NES has really got them working for each other. Could so easily have become another Pompey or QPR situation. As a Villa fan, fair play to them
     
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    Yeah I went. Maybe I'm being harsh but he's set himself very high standards, his touch seemed very heavy yesterday and he gave the ball away few too many times, few bad decisions in the final third and didn't beat his man often enough.

    Despite all that on another day he puts away the sitter, the rocket off the bar goes in and the ridiculous offside decision isn't given and he has a hat trick.
     
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    What has Romain Saiss done to his hair, looks as if he's poured a bottle of bleach over his head :lol:
     

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