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VIDEO: Wolves v Stoke preview

The latest weekend of the season is here, the premier league game between Wolves and Stoke is previewed in this video.



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Writer:Akela
Date:Friday December 16 2011
Time: 3:21PM

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interesting, the poll is now swinging back towards 50/50... I dont see us getting anything from this game really, Stoke are playing well, and we cant defend for *****. I really hope im wrong but I see us on the wrong end of 2-1 score. Mick Out !
AdMant
16/12/2011 17:14:00
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I am not optimistic either, especially as JOH will not be playing.
southbank60
16/12/2011 18:36:00
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It depends whether we show up. The memory of that game where we were Quite Pathetic Really because we didn't won't go.
lovesW
16/12/2011 19:55:00
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Hopefully we will get something keep us out of the bottom 3 has any one seen the report MM now admits we only bought 1 player in the summer RJ because we all ready had JOH.Also we will be bringing in new players in Jan to shake things up depending on who could be good news at last.keep fingers crossed for tomorrow and for Jan lets all hope something good happensand we get players of PL quallity and not the usual rubbish from the lower divisions.
kiawolves
16/12/2011 23:10:00
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I notice that Pulis is supporting MM against us numpties, ostensibly displaying solidarity with a fellow-manager in trouble. Not a bit of it: with MM in charge at Molineux it's one fewer team to worry about. I hope we stuff them today for his cheek!
southbank60
17/12/2011 10:37:00
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A draw today would be ok against a tough team but I actually think if we play to our potential then we might scrape a win. I'm not in the MM out crew cause to be honest , I can't see any other manager out there who is available that can improve what we have. Stick with Mick for now. i know this may see us in the Championship but I just don't know who could do a better job. Personally, I would prefer to get rid of TC and give Mick some help in the coaching area of the Team. One thing that is a certainty......I'm gonna get wet and cold in the North Bank. I call it North bank loosely as it is more like the Billy Quiet now. I hate the fact that the club split everyone up. It has killed the atmosphere. I tried so hard last week to get everyone singing.....pffft. They were all to busy eating Prawn sandwiches.......losers. Come on North Bank.....FIND YOUR VOICE AND SUPPORT THE LADS.
Rustmonkey
17/12/2011 12:14:00
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Had a good chuckle reading your opening comment Ad Mant. To the point indeed. I am still waiting to hear how many of us can get together for a beer or five before the Norwich game; fingers crossed I will be making the Chelsea game also. Monkey; relegation would be atrocious and Morgan has a decision to make between now and the New Year which will shape our future. I stand by my assertion that we have a good Premiership squad on paper but their heads have been mushed. Tactics, team selection, organizing a football team- three fundamentals Mick has not got the grasp of at this level. Promotion and staying up were great achievements after which we have gone backwards. A perpetual struggle is not acceptable with the resources available. A lot of money has been spent and with a stadium in development we do not want to be playing Championship football struggling to get 20,000 through the door every week. There was no excuse for last season and the same mistakes are being repeated over and over, I am not the only one to say it has become somewhat boring listening to the same twaddle about cutting out mistakes. I actually bore myself writing that let alone having to keep hearing it. Monkey's question as to who would replace however holds water. We have totally missed the boat on 'Mad' Martin- you watch Sunderland finish in the top ten now. He was out of work long enough and was based in the Midlands; he was ripe for the picking so yes, good question, who would we like to bring in in January if we are hovering above the bottom three. I never look forward to playing Stoke and that is no different today especially considering they come to us on the back of three wins including beating Spurs who were on a proper roll. I hope to be surprised today so I can turn up Tuesday with it not being another must win crisis avoidance game.
New York City Wolf
17/12/2011 13:52:00
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I did not see all. I should have added 'for both halves'.
lovesW
17/12/2011 20:16:00
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Enjoy the beers Wolfie,that could be the high point of the evening!.
Crete Wolf
17/12/2011 21:03:00
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