Date:Sunday December 20 2009
It's been a turbulent past few days but now it's time to move on.
We have a big game that could see us rise four or five places. A lot of people will now have forgotten what an impressive two weeks it has been for Wolves. Bouncing back when we looked doomed, and following up with arguably our best ever wins in the premier league away at Spurs.
Hopefully the returning players will carry on where they left off, hunting down every ball, blocking every thing that goes towards our goal and then, creating that bit of magic to win the match.
Owen Coyle is one of the best young managers in the country. He has completely transformed Burnley Football Club and has them playing some of the best football in the league. Their stylish football has wowed everyone, they have not given up in any games and have always continued to play to their strengths. While their home form is largely impressive, it is undermined by their disgraceful away record.
One point out of twenty one is the worst in the league, which leaves way too much pressure on the home games, which they can not be dependent on.
I fully expect their to be nine changes from the side that went to Old Trafford. Marcus Hahnemann and Kevin Foley being the survivors. Foley will play due to the injury of Dave Edwards. Foley was very good against Utd (as he usually is) and should fill the gap at right midfield. Stearman, Craddock, Berra and Ward should be the defence. They have been solid in the last two games (Bolton and Tottenham) and will hope to keep another clean sheet. Milijas and Henry in the middle of midfield. If Milijas is up for it today, he will decide what way the game goes. Jarvis will hope to give Tyrone Mears a horrid time. That leaves the forwards. I was very impressed by Maierhofer at Old Trafford, but it has to be Doyle and Ebanks-Blake. Doyle is our best player along with Milijas and Ebanks-Blake needs a run of games to find his shooting boots.
If you are going to the game, cheers the boys on like we have been doing all season. I'm not sure about this game, it could go either way but I'll go with one nil, and an Ebanks-Blake winner!
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Date:Sunday December 20 2009
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