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Wolves 1 - Charlton 1

Championship

Molineux

27/10/2012

Attendance: 22,198

Referee: C Pawson

Wolves
1 - 1
Charlton
Bakary Sako 12
 
Lawrie Wilson 58
 
Venue: Molineux
 
Attendance: 22,198
The Teams
Ikeme
 
 
 
Hamer
 
 
Ward
 
 
 
Evina
 
 
Johnson
 
 
 
Morrison
 
 
Berra
 
 
 
Solly
 
 
Foley
 
 
 
Cort
 
 
Henry
 
 
82
 
Dervite
 
 
Sako
 
 
 
Jackson
 
 
Pennant
 
 
82
 
Pritchard
 
 
90
Doumbia
 
 
 
Wilson
 
 
Ebanks-Blake
 
 
46
 
Kerkar
 
 
84
Doyle
 
 
 
Hulse
 
 
Substitutes
De Vries
 
 
 
Button
 
 
Stearman
 
 
 
Taylor
 
 
Batth
 
 
 
Green
 
 
Edwards
 
 
82
 
Cook
 
 
84
Davis
 
 
 
Hollands
 
 
90
Forde
 
 
82
 
Razak
 
 
Sigurdarson
 
 
46
 
Wright-Phillips
 
 
Game Statistics
8
Goal Attempts
9
6
On Target
3
2
Corners
2
1
Offside
4
5
Fouls
12
0
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
45
%
55




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The Journalist

Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday October 27 2012

Time: 5:07PM

Your Comments

"Slip Sliding Away.... Slip Sliding Awayyyyyyyy...." Not enough resource brought in, whilst we've knocked relegation fears on the head, we've also confirmed we're just not in the hunt for promotion with the current crop, Sako once again the only shining light, and once again (where are ya subway) Siggy Woeful !! More staff come February or this is will remain a mid-table team.
AdMant
"Slip Sliding Away.... Slip Sliding Awayyyyyyyy...." Not enough resource brought in, whilst we've knocked relegation fears on the head, we've also confirmed we're just not in the hunt for promotion with the current crop, Sako once again the only shining light, and once again (where are ya subway) Siggy Woeful !! More staff come February or this is will remain a mid-table team.
AdMant
Didn't get to the match as my brother and his wife came round so cannot comment on the performance of the team. It seems as though we dominated Charlton in the first half but could not get the two goal cushion. Then, typically, we gave away a goal and could not knock in another one. I won't be able to get to the next home match either as we have a street outing to a local pub. I will be going to Watford however. I'll report back on that one. We are still OK and will improve over time but it's a bit frustrating to lose points from winning positions!
Southbank60
Didn't get to the match as my brother and his wife came round so cannot comment on the performance of the team. It seems as though we dominated Charlton in the first half but could not get the two goal cushion. Then, typically, we gave away a goal and could not knock in another one. I won't be able to get to the next home match either as we have a street outing to a local pub. I will be going to Watford however. I'll report back on that one. We are still OK and will improve over time but it's a bit frustrating to lose points from winning positions!
Southbank60
Domination and possession with No forward momentum is gonna cost us big time. I don't object to us playing the possession game but you must a/ continue to move the ball forward b/ not give the ball away cheaply c/ expect your players to show for you by moving into good open positions. d/SHOOT!!!! You can tell by my previous that I wasn't impressed.....I really want to be positive but I am really frustrated how we can consistently be the maker of our own downfall. Charlton were to say the least...a poor side but we once again allowed them back into the game. It's ridiculous that we find it so difficult to put any team to the sword. This backing off , backing off will eventually see us punished big time. We can't defend a 1-0. Stale needs to learn this quickly and turn us into a Kevin Keegan type team. I.e. score more than the opposition because you know you will need to.
Rustmonkey
Domination and possession with No forward momentum is gonna cost us big time. I don't object to us playing the possession game but you must a/ continue to move the ball forward b/ not give the ball away cheaply c/ expect your players to show for you by moving into good open positions. d/SHOOT!!!! You can tell by my previous that I wasn't impressed.....I really want to be positive but I am really frustrated how we can consistently be the maker of our own downfall. Charlton were to say the least...a poor side but we once again allowed them back into the game. It's ridiculous that we find it so difficult to put any team to the sword. This backing off , backing off will eventually see us punished big time. We can't defend a 1-0. Stale needs to learn this quickly and turn us into a Kevin Keegan type team. I.e. score more than the opposition because you know you will need to.
Rustmonkey
it is no coincidence Rustmonkey that "D" is in fact the Shoot key on a Fifa keyboard :)
AdMant
it is no coincidence Rustmonkey that "D" is in fact the Shoot key on a Fifa keyboard :)
AdMant
Maybe it will get better with Peszco and Boukhari back, particularly the latter. I am hoping. The African Nations Cup over, then a final push.
lovesW
Maybe it will get better with Peszco and Boukhari back, particularly the latter. I am hoping. The African Nations Cup over, then a final push.
lovesW
 

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