Bullys Back - A Wolves Story.

Wilko

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anyone know where my wolves badges have gone? and update coming later :D*
 

joshr100

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STEVIE BULLS A TATTER!
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Good start mate even if its with the second best team in the black country ;)
All jokes aside you are doing fantastic keep up the good work pal
 

Wilko

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WOLVES - NOVEMBER REVIEW.


Chelsea 1 - 0 Wolves

Wolves would have been hoping not to loose 2 on the bounce, bit it always looked that way. Chelsea dominated the game from start to finish with Dider Drogba getting a goal in the 28th minute. It always looked like Chelsea would go on and get alot more, but it was Wolves keeper Wayne Hennessey who kept the scoreline down, and made it look alot more even, than it actually was! Steve Bull will be looking forward and will be hoping not to loose next week at home against Man City.


Wolves 1 - 3 Man City

Not a good day for Wolves, totally outclassed in every part in the pitch, it didnt get off with a good start with Edin Dzeko getting a goal in the 5th minute, with Wolves looking tired and not bothered. City continued to dominate and was unlucky not to have more goals. It was Carlos Tevez who got their second on the 52nd minute with a powerful effort from the edge of the box. Wolves were given a bit if hope with a goal through winger Adam Hammill in the 58th minute. Wolves continued to pressure but never looked like scoring. and it was Jo who got City's third with a great header in the 84th minute.


Liverpool 1 - 2 Wolves

Wolves would have been hoping not to lose at Anfeild, and were pretty fortunate to come away with all three points. Adam Hammill opened the scoring against his former club in the 23rd minute. Wolves didnt look good for their 1-0 lead and Liverpool always looked like they were coming back into the game. However it was the Captain who got Wolves' second in the 52nd minute with yet another header. It was a nearvy last few minutes for Wolves after David N'gog put Liverpool 1 goal behind in the 79th minute, Wolves we're dealt another blow after Kevin Doyle had to go off after getting injured. Wolve sheld on for their first win in four.


Wolves 1 - 0 Sunderland

Wolves would have wanted to have all three points from struggling Sunderland, Wolves dominated from start to finish, but we're unable to get it into the back of the net, they continued to pressure and the pressure paid off, with Sully Muntari committing a clumsy challenge on Connor Wickham in the 90th minute, and it was Nenad Milijas who placed the penalty expertly.



West Ham 1 - 1 Wolves

This was a very equal game, with Wolves and West Ham going all out for the win, but it would have felt like a loss for Wolves with West Ham grabbing an eqaliser in the 90th minute. Wolves got their reward for all the pressure from Kevin Doyle in the 69th minute. It was Bull's former strike partner Robbie Keane who broke Wolves' hearts with a great finish in the 90th minute, unsurprisingly he did not celebrate against his boyhood club.




*REALLY ****** ****** OFF, TYPED IT ALL UP ONCE, CLICKED SUBMIT AND IT ****** LOGGED ME OUT AND I ****** LOST IT ALL TAKES THE ****** ****!!!! :mad::mad::mad: *
 

D.Woodgate

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Really like the presentation and appreciate the effort thats gone into it pal! Look forward to seeing how you finish up in the league and the new signings over the next few seasons!
 

Wilko

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Really like the presentation and appreciate the effort thats gone into it pal! Look forward to seeing how you finish up in the league and the new signings over the next few seasons!
cheers mate, havent updated it yet, but im in march, really upset that the story section is going, i'm going to blog it and see ho wit goes :D cheers for the comment - appreciate it :D
 
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