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Molineux

26th December 2010

Attendance: 26,901

Referee: Mike Dean

WolvesWigan
Steven Fletcher 87 Hugo Rodallega 9, Tom Cleverley 20
Wayne Hennessey     Ali Al Habsi    
Ronald Zubar     Steve Gohouri    
Richard Stearman     Gary Caldwell    
Christophe Berra     Antolin Alcaraz    
George Elokobi     70 Ronnie Stam    
Kevin Foley     James McArthur    
David Edwards     54 Mohamed Diame    
Nenad Milijas     Tom Cleverley    
Stephen Hunt     Ben Watson    
Stephen Ward     Charles N'Zogbia    
Sylvan Ebanks-Blake     Hugo Rodallega    
Substitutes
Marcus Hahnemann     Michael Pollitt    
Steven Fletcher     70 Mauro Boselli    
David Jones     Steven Caldwell    
Matthew Jarvis     54 Jordi Gomez    
Marcus Bent     Daniel De Ridder    
Mujangi Bia     Jordan Robinson    
Matt Doherty     Callum McManaman    
Game Statistics
8
Goal Attempts
12
4
On Target
8
7
Corners
3
7
Fouls
14
1
Yellow Cards
3
0
Red Cards
0
54
%
46

Writer:Akela
Date:Sunday December 26 2010
Time: 4:55PM

Comments

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wolves in trouble now to stay up.
johnney handsome
26/12/2010 17:40:00
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Rubbish all of it from the owner down to the tea boy
Mikey1mcl
26/12/2010 17:45:00
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As I thought we played ok against B'ham but it was they that flattered us by playing so badly.And what does Merlin do?plays the same team that started that game,even he was suckered into thinking it was us that were the match winners.That I am afraid is it,our performances against teams around us has been absymal and instead of sitting out of the bottom three looking down on the others,we are propping up the whole league.Even a win now will not get us out of the relegation zone,Mr Allardyce must be starting to stock up on gum tonight waiting for the call on monday morning to return from the wilderness into the promised land?local lad made good!the Dudley messiah!I can see the headlines now.As for players joining us?who would now want to commit to team rock bottom?.As for the game itself,we were woefully short of pace all over the pitch,I think that is the one defining difference between us and other teams,yes even Wigan had pace in abundance,when I'm watching other games on tv it looks like a different game,so quick is the movement and passing.Will Merlin survive?I, as I have said before would stick with him and give him a chance to bring us back up!for I am afraid that is all we have to look forward to now.I am sceptical though that, I cannot now see him surviving the pressure leading up to and after the Liverpool game,it will be immense.You cannot defend against sheer pace,we need some desperately,where will we find it?will it come to us?maybe if we are lucky but I fear it will be without Merlin and Coco.as always Up the Wolves.
Crete Wolf
26/12/2010 18:04:00
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On the plus side, no one has called us a dirty side for a few games.......
OLDGOLD
28/12/2010 11:10:00
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