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Wolves 1 - Chelsea 2

Premier League

Molineux

2nd January

Attendance: 27,289

Referee: Peter Walton

Wolves
1 - 2
Chelsea
Stephen Ward 84
 
Ramires 54, Frank Lampard 89
 
Venue: Molineux
 
Attendance: 27,289
The Teams
Wayne Hennessey
 
 
 
Petr Cech
 
 
Richard Stearman
 
 
 
Jose Bosingwa
 
 
Roger Johnson
 
 
 
David Luiz
 
 
Christophe Berra
 
 
 
John Terry
 
 
Stephen Ward
 
 
 
Ashley Cole
 
 
Anthony Forde
 
 
46
 
Ramires
 
 
Emmanuel Frimpong
 
 
61
 
Oriol Romeu
 
 
Karl Henry
 
 
 
Raul Meireles
 
 
Adam Hammill
 
 
 
Frank Lampard
 
 
David Edwards
 
 
76
 
Juan Mata
 
 
83
Kevin Doyle
 
 
 
Fernando Torres
 
 
Substitutes
Dorus De Vries
 
 
 
Ross Turnbull
 
 
George Elokobi
 
 
 
Romelu Lukaku
 
 
Sylvan Ebanks-Blake
 
 
 
Paulo Ferreira
 
 
Steven Fletcher
 
 
61
 
Josh McEachran
 
 
83
Stephen Hunt
 
 
 
Sam Hutchinson
 
 
Matthew Jarvis
 
 
46
 
Ryan Bertrand
 
 
Kevin Foley
 
 
76
 
Nathaniel Chalobah
 
 
Game Statistics
9
Goal Attempts
15
5
On Target
10
0
Corners
5
9
Fouls
10
3
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
39
%
61




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The Journalist

Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 2 2012

Time: 5:40PM

Your Comments

Absolutely gutting to watch Lampard ghost into the box without a single player tracking him.
Akela
Even more gutting to see Swansea and Norwich winning,they both have a lot more points at this stage of the season than we ever have,they are going to take some catching.
Crete Wolf
Survival seems to be be down to Bolton, Blackburn and Wigan not doing any better - and there's QPR in reserve....wow!!
lovesW
.....twice 'be'? I have made mistakes on the keyboard in the past, but could this here not be the hand of the divine portending the fate of the 2 B's ?.....which follow... hm....Anyone else with other straws to clutch at?
lovesW
Absolutely gutting to watch Lampard ghost into the box without a single player tracking him. Akela Agreed Akela (although it doesn't change anyting), He shouldn't have been on the pitch. We all know our strengths & weaknesses but no one can deny that it's starting to feel like a conspiracy. How many game changing decisions can we possibly get against us before our luck finally turns. Chelsea were woeful today so down to 9 or 10 would have given us a gift, however, once again a ref bottles it and we end up suffering.
Rustmonkey
lovesW & Rusty-"To be, or not to be(or QPR or Wigan), that is the question: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,(ref's decisions) Or to take arms against a sea of troubles And by opposing end them"...and people say you never use anything you learn at school.
all4divisions
Akela even more gutting that the dirty b*&^%$d should not have been on the pitch, Wolves have been done again by corrupt officials.
johnwolf
Clearly, we have to accept them, A4D, or, like Doyle today, we'll suffer. And it's no good asking for judicial review either. It's outrageous that Milijas was dismissed for his tackle, while Lampard only received a yellow for his assault on Hammill this afternoon. I'm still gutted by the result.
Southbank60
I've said it before, the referees favour the big clubs. Now I'm not implying bribes are involved, not in England, but there is 'influence' by the governing bodies - the double standards applied by disciplinary boards attest to it. England's representatives on the European front must be given a helping hand.
lovesW
lovesW-I think a lot of what we see is down to the refs being 'star struck' around the bigger names.SEB gave Cahill one hell of a whack in the chops the other day and didn't even get a yellow. Had that been at The Emirates, the whacked player(the whackee) would give the impression that he was in need of the last rites, while his teammates would have been demanding the ref invoke Sharia justice and hack off SEB's wayward arm...or something like that.As it was, Cahill reacted in a way befitting a gentlemen and made very little of it. He plays for Bolton, too, which helps.I said on the Bolton thread that it depends on which ref you get, who you play for and where you're playing.
all4divisions
 

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