Date:Tuesday September 22 2009
Where will we be playing next season?
Well, I am undecided after an exciting start to the Premier League. We have had 3 good games and could have suffered far worse at City had we not played well. We look to be scoring through our strikers (Keogh, Maierhofer and Doyle all having scored so far) and have not been spanked yet, so things are ok - and FAR better than they were last time we got a chance at this level!
We have SEB, Kights and Foley (top scorer, arguably most influential attacking player and player of the season last year) to come into the team and still expect a lot more to come from new signings Milijas and Doyle. With Hennessey looking solid and 2 under-21 England centre backs, we are surely in good shape?
We have yet to face a Big 4. They can certainly deflate you if you are a team of young players that coasted the Championship and have never struggled at this level. We have to worry about Burnley and Birmingham who are both above us. We have to get points at Molineux and we need to get them off the teams around us.
WE HAVE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE EARLY GAMES AGAINST THE 'EASIER TEAMS'!
We have a really tricky spell over Xmas and that is when we will need to play at our best. Wolves played really well away from home last season and if we can make Wolvo a tough place to come to and steal some away points... Who knows?
I really like the attitude of the team right now. Man United never stop until the whistle and as Mick said, we need to play like that. We have shown great effort in most of the games this season and have bounced back from our 2 goal margin defeats both times to win the following matches. We have a home win and an away win. In my opinion, we can certainly stay in this division. We can't compete for Europe yet, but Bully's prediction of us competing for silverware in 4-5 years doesn't seem like the most outrageous suggestion.
A cheeky Carling Cup? Yes please :)
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Date:Tuesday September 22 2009
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