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Time for a clean sheet from Wolves?

With one clean sheet (that being away at Wigan) this term, I think it's time for another.

Our defence hasn't been as bad as people are saying, mainly because of our last two games against top class opposition, but we need to improve it. Perhaps it is the lack of clean sheets that creates the concern amongst Wolves fans and we need a first clean sheet at the Molineux.

Ronald Zubar is out which means that Kevin Foley could come back. Foley was our best player last season and only injuries has halted his rise to stardom. Michael Mancienne is back, and will most likely fill in at left back. Berra and Craddock have done OK, though I have been more impressed by Berra. Craddock has done rather well, but I do not believe he can keep this up for a whole season.

At the other end, we have not been bad but not great either. Doyle has got three goals so far, as has Jody Craddock. There are about six others on one goal, including Sylvan Ebanks-Blake. I hope he starts, because these are the sort of games he will get his goals in. Birmingham have scored the second lowest goals this season, which means they are unlikely to score away if we keep it solid. Our creative side can be a problem for the Blues. Nenad Milijas has proved he can create the goals we will need, and with Karl Henry beside him, they have the perfect balance.

If you are going, cheer on the boys! I'll be in the middle of playing my own footy match, but I'll make sure I am updated.

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Writer: BloggerWolf Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday November 28 2009

Time: 8:00PM

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Thanks for the input Blogger. Would love a clean sheet, but not sure it is likely. Would settle for any amount of goals let in as lomng as we score one more. A win today and against the imitation wanderers would be top dollar.
OLDGOLD
Nice one Blogger, keep the articles coming!
Wolf Man
 

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