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Wolves
0 - 5
Man Utd

Premier League

Molineux

18th March

Attendance: 27,494

Referee: Anthony Taylor

WolvesMan Utd
Jonathan Evans 21, Antonio Valencia 43, Danny Welbeck 45, Javier Hernandez 56 , 61
Wayne Hennessey     David De Gea    
Ronald Zubar     Rafael Da Silva    
Richard Stearman     Rio Ferdinand    
Sebastien Bassong     Jonathan Evans     74
Stephen Ward     Patrice Evra     63
Kevin Foley     Antonio Valencia    
David Edwards     Michael Carrick     58
David Davis     43 Paul Scholes    
Matthew Jarvis     Danny Welbeck    
Kevin Doyle     58 Javier Hernandez    
Steven Fletcher     77 Wayne Rooney    
Substitutes
Dorus De Vries     Ben Amos    
Michael Kightly     58 Ryan Giggs    
Sylvan Ebanks-Blake     77 Chris Smalling     74
Stephen Hunt     Ji-Sung Park    
Roger Johnson     Ashley Young    
Christophe Berra     Fabio Da Silva     63
Eggert Jonsson     43 Paul Pogba     58
Game Statistics
7
Goal Attempts
22
3
On Target
18
3
Corners
7
6
Fouls
10
1
Yellow Cards
1
1
Red Cards
0
44
%
56

Writer:Akela
Date:Sunday March 18 2012
Time: 3:22PM

Comments

0
Joint bottom of the league, and justifiably going down. Amazing how a team in a supposed relegation dogfight can show so little spine, pride or effort against a team that showed how vulnerable they actually are in Europe this week. You made it like a training match for U*d today and they could have scored double figures. Still think it was a good idea to get rid of Mick mcCarthy? Bet he's laughing at how pathetic your team is without him. Bet you don't bend over and take it up the *****ter for us, eh? Disgraceful.
fifthcolumnblue
18/03/2012 15:32:00
0
Beyond disgraceful. It is a joke. A stand alone circus. Yes it was right to get rid of Mick McCarthy. He started this new trend of giving teams 5 goals, against the Albion. Now we have achieved the same feat against the mighty Fulham and now United. This is going to prove one of the most outstanding relegation's in Premier League history.
New York City Wolf
18/03/2012 16:39:00
0
22 shots. They have tougher training sessions. ******** disgrace continues and nothing is going to change.
New York City Wolf
18/03/2012 16:41:00
0
Difference is that Man U have earned their right to be top......Not bent over and tried to buy it.
Rustmonkey
18/03/2012 21:15:00
0
yea, that's right, and the rags have never spent any money either.
fifthcolumnblue
19/03/2012 00:18:00
0
oh dear tut tut tut I mistook you for a Wigan fan. Silly me, but you come across as one, play in blue. Imagine Martinez with 850 million at his disposal. Think he might scratch second place or so. If we go, which we are, then the intrigue of what happens next may pique my interest. Suppose you were applauding Chelsea when Roman turned up and turned the game upside down. I respect your fan base but don't let your wealth cloud what kind of club you are.
New York City Wolf
19/03/2012 04:12:00
0
A lot of money to only come second and achieve nothing. Maybe another 850 mill in the close season might get you a trophy next year. No matter what ppl think of Man U.........you have a long long way to go before you can even count yourself in the same league as them. Come back to us in 20 years when your team have put their money where their mouths are.
Rustmonkey
19/03/2012 14:35:00
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