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Author Archives: Chris Machin

Everton 2-1 Wolves: Out of The Frying Pan, Into The Fire For Wolves

Posted on by Chris Machin

If ever there was a performance to reinforce exactly why Wolves fans should not have got carried away by the masquerade victory against Wigan Athletic two weeks ago, it came at Goodison Park on Saturday. Over the years, Everton was … Continue reading

Wolves 3-1 Wigan Athletic: The Day Wanderers Stopped The Rot

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Editor’s note: Since the memory of last weekend’s Premier League football is still fresh in our minds. here’s a match report of Wolverhampton’s win against Wigan — a match of big importance due to the implications on the relegation zone. … Continue reading

Wolves 1-2 Newcastle United: A Clockwork Orange

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Forty five minutes played, two-nil down. Where’ve we seen that one before? It is in fact the worrying statistic that now looms ominously over the Wolves’ heads. In the last three games, we have found ourselves trailing by two goals … Continue reading

Wolves 5-0 Millwall: Fresh Faces In Midfield Turn In Impressive Performance

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Well, I’ve perked up a bit. 
After the stinging wounds from the weekend defeat against QPR, Wolves put in a refreshing performance Tuesday evening against Millwall in the Carling Cup. 

’The Three M’s’ is common terminology in and around Molineux, … Continue reading

Wolves 0-3 QPR: Karl Henry’s Frustrating Performance

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Prior to kick off, there was a sizeable powercut in the city centre that threw the match itself into question. The essential source of energy went missing from the Molineux surrounding areas, and evidently from the team itself. One team … Continue reading

Wolves 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur: Changing Our Tune

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Much like the weather at Molineux on Saturday afternoon, Wolverhampton Wanderers were very much hot and cold over the 90 minutes against Tottenham Hotspur. The game itselt saw two sides that couldn’t have been more different. Contrasting styles, contrasting early … Continue reading

All Wonderfully Quiet On The Wolverhampton Wanderers Front

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With the pantomime and debacle that was transfer deadline day firmly behind us, we are left to reflect on what that one cataclysmic day has left in its wake. Much like Wolves’ last outing against Aston Villa, August 31st was … Continue reading

6 Encouraging Signs From Wolverhampton Wanderers So Far This Season

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With two games, two wins, six points and just about as many monkeys already off our backs, you’d forgive the Wolverhampton Wanderers faithful for getting a little carried away.?? Whilst the media have opted to play the illusionist and conjure … Continue reading

How I Survived Survival Sunday at Wolves; And Why I’m Worried About Next Season

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The date was Sunday, May 22nd 2011. The day and indeed the whole week prior to it was the closest, most intriguing Barclays Premier League survival battle in years – possibly ever. The publicity and anticipation spread worldwide. For one … Continue reading