Date:Monday December 14 2009
Kevin Doyle scored the winner inside the opening three minutes for Wolves against Tottenham at White Hart Lane on Saturday.
Very few Wolves fans would have expected us to return with the points, but that was exactly what we did and while Spurs may have dominated the game if you study the statistics. As Wolves gaffer Mick McCarthy pointed out after the game, they offered little in the way of real chances: 'Marcus Hahnemann's not been diving around making saves everywhere. I expect my keeper to have to make saves when we go to Spurs.' McCarthy told the BBC.
McCarthy continued to add: 'Possession and passes and switching play - really good stuff at times from Spurs but Marcus made one really good save and no, we haven't been mullered.'
NewportSpur, a Tottenham, but resident Vital Wolves user due to our Wolverhampton Wolves Speedway Forum wrote: A good win for you and you deserved it, many congratulations - even though it was a very poor performance by us! You certainly knew how to contain us and keep us quiet, we hardly made any chances at all in comparison to recent weeks! Well done you's.
Irish Wolf wrote: Great result, now out of the drop zone. Please can we now stay out :)
On the article comments E17YID wrote: your team played us off the park ... if you lot perform like that week in week out you will be fine credit to your team for a well won 3 points !!! and jljyid added: from one really pi$$ed off spurs fan i felt i should come here and say well done boys well done and good luck for the rest of the season i hope you can stay up
Vital Wolves Comment: Who would have thought? Premier League wins are actually just like buses etc..!
Bring on Manchester United!
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Date:Monday December 14 2009
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