Date:Tuesday March 27 2012
Many Wolves fans would have said that the performances over the past couple of months were all criminal.
It's no longer a shock that we start another working week with yet another defeat at the weekend.
It's become expected, the only question has been how many we would actually lose by and considering we've lost 7 out of our last 9 games, conceding 28 goals (15 coming against West Brom, Fulham and Manchester United), that's a fair assumption.
This week, we lost by one an improvement in some respects? But after previously leading a conceding an equaliser within seconds of taking the lead, this is what is actually deemed as criminal.
'I felt we were worth something from today's game. A point would have been a fair result. We got our noses in front and we should have kept the lead for longer. Regarding the penalty, I don't think it was an intentional handball.' Connor told the BBC on Saturday evening.
He continued: 'What we did just wasn't good enough. Having got in front, that's the bit you work hard for. To concede so early after scoring is criminal.
'Our position is not impossible. If we have eight more quality efforts then we won't be far short.'
Vital Wolves Comment: We won't be far short? Short still isn't good enough is it???? The end result would be that we've still been relegated, so I'm not really interested in not be far short, it needs to be turned around.
At one point we were in the mix, three teams from five cut adrift at the bottom battling to survive, now we're bottom of the league and adrift of everyone else.
Even a win next time out and defeats for everyone else will still leave us bottom, we're now playing catch-up, four points from safetly.
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Date:Tuesday March 27 2012
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