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Wolves kept believing

Wolves kept believing

While everyone seemingly was writing us off just a few short weeks ago, thankfully the Wolves squad kept the faith.

A run of four without defeat, was followed by a run of five without a win with Wolves dropping into the relegation zone.

But back-to-back victories for the first time since December 2009 has put our destiny back in our own hands going into the final game of the season.

'We've always kept our belief, which is so important because without it we'd have gone a few weeks ago,'

'But we stuck together when times were bad and cracked on and managed to pick up a few points. Hunt told Wolves Official Website.

Wolves are now out of the relegation places and a third successive win (something not achieved since we were last in the Championship) against Blackburn, would guarantee Premier League survival.

He added: 'Hopefully we'll get one more performance from all of us and we'll all be flying.'

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Writer:Akela
Date:Wednesday May 18 2011
Time: 11:00AM

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It seems as though the tension is preventing us from putting pen to paper. It's nice to see that Hunty remains upbeat and as chirpy as ever. If he truly reflects the feelings of the team, we will be alright. We have the ability to win the game and success in the last two matches will have given the players the confidence they previously lacked. As my contribution I am only going to whisper for the next few days in order to save my vocal strength for the match.
Southbank60
19/05/2011 08:35:00
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Welcome to the optimists' stand, Southbank. As for myself, I have been busy working out all the permutations possible - not that they will be needed, just that it is the perfect occasion for some math play. The probability is for Blues and Blackpool to go down, but form has not been something to bank on, so if the trend continues that becomes an improbability! "BEAT BLACKBURN" - indeed.
lovesW
19/05/2011 12:20:00
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You presume too much lovesW: I am as far removed from the optimists' stand as it is possible to be. I know all the pundits (apart from Matt le Tissier) and websites (except for nervous Wolves bloggers like me) have made us favourites to beat the drop (what an amazing turnaround), but it really is too close to call. Although the weight of opinion does not convince me, I worry that it might affect the lads' performance. While I don't want to infect them with my anxieties, I hope they remain focused on the job and avoid making silly errors. If they do that, my head tells me that we will survive.
Southbank60
20/05/2011 10:54:00
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Southbank! Now it is only the probable I am presuming;you are presuming the improbable, as I myself was was doing months ago, only, in my case, with positive expectation, and all justified since. Silly errors....I have come to accept those as a factor of the 'beyond', beyond anything anyone can to anything about. Only thing is that the other four games will be as tension-packed. 'Concentrate on our own game' goes for the players.I know I will checking the scores at every throw-in or goal kick or stoppage, notwithstanding, with the names of two teams down at any point in mind.
lovesW
20/05/2011 14:58:00
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