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Wolves 2 - Swansea 2

Premier League

Molineux

22nd October

Attendance: 25,216

Referee: Michael Oliver

Wolves
2 - 2
Swansea
Kevin Doyle 84, Jamie O'Hara 86
 
Danny Graham 23, Joe Allen 35
 
Venue: Molineux
 
Attendance: 25,216
The Teams
Wayne Hennessey
 
 
 
Michel Vorm
 
 
Richard Stearman
 
 
 
Angel Rangel
 
 
Christophe Berra
 
 
 
Garry Monk
 
 
Roger Johnson
 
 
 
Ashley Williams
 
 
Stephen Ward
 
 
 
Neil Taylor
 
 
Matthew Jarvis
 
 
68
 
Nathan Dyer
 
 
83
Karl Henry
 
 
 
Joe Allen
 
 
Jamie O'Hara
 
 
 
Mark Gower
 
 
86
Adam Hammill
 
 
68
 
Leon Britton
 
 
74
Kevin Doyle
 
 
 
Scott Sinclair
 
 
Sylvan Ebanks-Blake
 
 
83
 
Danny Graham
 
 
Substitutes
Dorus De Vries
 
 
 
Gerhard Tremmel
 
 
Jody Craddock
 
 
 
Andrea Orlandi
 
 
74
Stephen Hunt
 
 
 
Wayne Routledge
 
 
83
Sam Vokes
 
 
83
 
Leroy Lita
 
 
Nenad Milijas
 
 
68
 
Luke Moore
 
 
Matt Doherty
 
 
 
Ashley Richards
 
 
Adlene Guedioura
 
 
68
 
Vangells Moras
 
 
86
Game Statistics
20
Goal Attempts
16
13
On Target
14
8
Corners
13
14
Fouls
11
2
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
37
%
63




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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday October 22 2011

Time: 8:11PM

Your Comments

what to say about this game. i sat in the North Bank and witnessed some of the worst football since the "Hoddle days". As a team we sat back for 80 minutes and allowed the Swans to make us look stupid. they passed around us like we were part of a training ground exercise. Players not only looked completely uninterested but also totally lacking in any clue about how to play against the Swansea team. The defence was shambollic, SEB looked way off match fitness and to be honest.....JOH hasn't had a decent game since winning himself a contract. The chorus of boo's that met the substitutes was unfortunate but understandable. ade and Miljas should have started and Hunt is surely a better option than Jarvis who is way below form. The only bright spark in the defence is Ward which is worrying considering he is a striker. The fact that the fans were shouting for Craddock must surely send a message to MM that the defence is all over the place, Arguably worse than last season. That is a real concern considering the great expectation that was placed our new Captain who in my opinion as failed massively to convince me that he was the Bargain compared to Scott Dann. Is this evidence that MM has lost the dressing room? or is it a case that the players were so scared to lose that they couldn't focus on winning. I missed the 2 goals as I had made a decision to leave early but to be honest we didn't deserve a goal let alone a point. For me all the goals did was paper over the cracks of what was a horrible game. "yor getting sacked in the morning" was pprobably not welcome to Micks ears but to be fair, if he doesn't get a grip of his team soon it will be inevitable. I find it hard to take because I like Mick and appreciate what he has done for this club but more of the same will see us relegated by Christmas. We need to sort this out now or i will be sitting in a top notch Championship Stadium. My heart sinks at the thought :(
Rustmonkey
Oh dear, Rustmonkey, I share your feelings. Moreover, having just watched MC demolish MU 6-1, there's worse to come. Even if the loss of Evans explains the scale of the defeat, it doesn't diminish the brilliance of MC. They were awesome. As their players were knocking the ball effortlessly around the pitch, it made me compare their skills with those possessed by our own players. We're in for a hiding on Saturday ... and probably on Wednesday too but that's of secondary importance. Our only hope is that MC become complacent, which is quite likely, given the opinion that Mancini must have formed of us on his visit yesterday. I shudder to think how our defence will fare against such an irresistible force. At least, the Wednesday match gives us an opportunity to assess the form of fringe members of the squad, players who surely can do no worse than many of those in the first eleven. And what about changing the tactics and set-up, MM?
Southbank60
 

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